Stimpy433

Lariat
Well-known member
First Name
Chad
Joined
Aug 8, 2021
Messages
206
Reaction score
781
Location
Iowa
Vehicle(s)
Ram 1500
Trim
Lariat
So basically no difference between AWD MPG and FWD....
 

Gmood1

XLT
Well-known member
First Name
G-man
Joined
Aug 4, 2021
Messages
80
Reaction score
95
Location
Alabama
Vehicle(s)
Kia Optima
Trim
XLT
Right on the money, as I thought it would be! 😁
I can certainly live with that!
 

Packer Bill

Lariat
Well-known member
First Name
Bill
Joined
Jun 21, 2021
Messages
231
Reaction score
245
Location
South Dakota
Vehicle(s)
Mazda CX-5
Trim
Lariat
I was hoping for this MPG for 2.0 engine. It is the same MPG for my compact SUV but with a much more powerful engine!!:)
 

XVictorious

New member
First Name
Joe
Joined
Aug 16, 2021
Messages
3
Reaction score
5
Location
Virginia, but I wish I was back in Texas!
Vehicle(s)
Ford Ranger
Trim
Undecided
Vehicle Showcase
1
OK, a decent bit better than my old 2.0L Ranger, even with a 5-speed.
 

BDennis

XLT
Well-known member
First Name
Bruce
Joined
Jun 29, 2021
Messages
371
Reaction score
421
Location
So Cal
Vehicle(s)
Ford Fusion, E450 Leprechaun
Trim
XLT
Because it is not full time AWD, limited slip differential works to engage awd as needed.
No, the real difference is the final gear ratio. The 4K tow package is 3.81 and the FWD or AWD without the 4K is 3.61.
 

Dan_E26

XLT
Well-known member
Joined
Apr 21, 2021
Messages
51
Reaction score
131
Location
NJ
Vehicle(s)
2013 Focus, 2018 Sonata SEL
Trim
XLT
Sold. I was thinking about the Hybrid but 26 combined is enough. I basically got that in my old Focus and only a hair better (27) in my new Sonata, both with significantly less power.
 

WasChops

First Edition
Well-known member
First Name
Tom
Joined
Aug 16, 2021
Messages
232
Reaction score
144
Location
Tampa, Florida
Vehicle(s)
Nothing
Trim
First Edition
Window sticker for 2.0L FWD.

23 mpg city
30 mpg highway
26 mpg combined


Official 2022 Maverick Window Sticker for 2.0L FWD EPA MPG.jpg
Curious if anyone has the Sticker for the 1st Edition AWD w 4k towing package? I am presuming there will be a difference in the MPG #s
 

vap0rtranz

XLT
Well-known member
First Name
JP
Joined
Jul 28, 2021
Messages
268
Reaction score
353
Location
Wisconsin
Vehicle(s)
Volt, Wrangler
Trim
XLT
OK, a decent bit better than my old 2.0L Ranger, even with a 5-speed.
What year?

I had a late 90s Ranger with the Cologne 4.0L so it was a gas guzzler but no complaints otherwise. And old 4bangers in Rangers are near impossible to find, at least in decent shape ...
 

vap0rtranz

XLT
Well-known member
First Name
JP
Joined
Jul 28, 2021
Messages
268
Reaction score
353
Location
Wisconsin
Vehicle(s)
Volt, Wrangler
Trim
XLT
This is very, very good news.

Now the Maverick has broken the 30MPG ceiling for trucks with the EcoBoost and become the least expensive Hybrid on the market. 2 wins!

Let's get back to our regularly scheduled waiting game ...
 

WesM

XLT
Well-known member
First Name
Wes
Joined
Jul 22, 2021
Messages
322
Reaction score
610
Location
Maryland USA
Vehicle(s)
Rav4, Civic
Trim
XLT
Crazy, the EB should get better MPGs than my 176hp, 2014 AWD Rav4. Honestly if they had only released the Maverick with the Echoboost I would have still bought it, the hybrid is just icing on the cake.
 
Advertisement

 
Advertisement
Top