Ford Maverick 2000 mile Review

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I've been a few trips and already put a few miles on my truck. I decided to make a couple videos instead of typing everything out lol.

Part 1 - Me talking about the truck.

Part 2 - Me walking around the truck and showing how I use it.

 

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I've been a few trips and already put a few miles on my truck. I decided to make a couple videos instead of typing everything out lol.
Thanks for posting!
 

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I've been a few trips and already put a few miles on my truck. I decided to make a couple videos instead of typing everything out lol.

Part 1 - Me talking about the truck.

Part 2 - Me walking around the truck and showing how I use it.
Looks like you are enjoying your new truck!!
 

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The gauntlet had been thrown...1k miles reviews are old news, it's a race to the first 3k miles review now boys!!!
 


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So awesome to see a real world review. Thanks for taking the time. I just watched all of them including your offroading video. Basically exactly the type of terrain id see at worst to go hunting/mountain biking/camping/hiking. With the same tires do you think a hybrid would have had much trouble? It looked like it wouldnt just watching the video
 
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The gauntlet had been thrown...1k miles reviews are old news, it's a race to the first 3k miles review now boys!!!
I'll hit 3000 miles this afternoon lol. I've been going hunting every weekend since i got it so thats how im racking up the miles.
 
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So awesome to see a real world review. Thanks for taking the time. I just watched all of them including your offroading video. Basically exactly the type of terrain id see at worst to go hunting/mountain biking/camping/hiking. With the same tires do you think a hybrid would have had much trouble? It looked like it wouldnt just watching the video
I do. In the video its dry, and when one wheel spins with the open differential the opposite wheel doesn't do much. with the all wheel drive i at least have the rear tires to at least help me push through. when it is wet where i hunt, i wouldnt even leave the county road if all i had was front wheel drive. It's nothing ridiculous as you can see in the video, but it being wet makes things significantly more slick. Not saying it couldn't handle it, I just know personally I would not be comfortable with just front wheel drive.
 

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I do. In the video its dry, and when one wheel spins with the open differential the opposite wheel doesn't do much. with the all wheel drive i at least have the rear tires to at least help me push through. when it is wet where i hunt, i wouldnt even leave the county road if all i had was front wheel drive. It's nothing ridiculous as you can see in the video, but it being wet makes things significantly more slick. Not saying it couldn't handle it, I just know personally I would not be comfortable with just front wheel drive.
Thanks. Def not considering taking it anywhere wet or muddy. Even if it's a bit less capable than your awd it will be more than enough for my needs. We can take my one of my friends' trucks if there is snow on the ground or it's muddy for hunting. I'm lucky to have access to bigger trucks i can borrow too
 
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Thanks. Def not considering taking it anywhere wet or muddy. Even if it's a bit less capable than your awd it will be more than enough for my needs. We can take my one of my friends' trucks if there is snow on the ground or it's muddy for hunting. I'm lucky to have access to bigger trucks i can borrow too
Then yeah man, you're good! everything you saw in the video is the extent of what I do. That having the potential to be wet is the main reason I went with the FX4.
 

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Then yeah man, you're good! everything you saw in the video is the extent of what I do. That having the potential to be wet is the main reason I went with the FX4.
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