New to this Forum, first post, been only viewing. Love your ride! Ordered mine 10/6, Hybrid Lariat in Cactus Grey with Hood Deflector, touch link lighting, Hard Trifold cover and security lock for the Tailgate. Going by your dates I should see mine in June! No worries I have a 2019 Black Ranger XLT as my trade in, the longer it takes the better my down payment. I opted for the hood deflector, have one on my Ranger, worth it with Black! Which is another reason Im going with a lighter color. Not an easy decision to trade in the Ranger, love the truck but tired of paying for gas AND Im totally sold on the eCVT, extremely reliable when compared to a regular hydraulic tranny. Enjoy your pickup, cant wait for mine...Recently retired and wish to cut costs, live in California and gas prices suck here.Ordered 6/29. Original build date 11/29, then 12/6, then 12/20, then finally built 1/3/2022. Shipped on 1/4 or 1/5, stalked the rail car movement until it arrived at Wayne Assembly on 1/16, and delivered to the dealer 1/18 (yesterday).
Very happy with this new addition! The Mav's overall height seems shorter than our 1995 Ranger 2.3l s/c 4x2 M/T ($14.5 k MSRP in 1995). [Update: Ranger of that era actually had a shorter height than the Mav.]
BTW, that Ranger M/T 5-spd with manual windows was anemic with it's 112 HP and 135 ft-#. Fast-forward 27 years later and I get this loaded Mav for $31.8K MSRP??!! DANG...inflation adjusted, this is the best value automobile out there!
The animations on the drive modes are so slick. I like the subtle B&O audio logos. B&O (Harman) did a great job with the audio, and a quiet interior. As quick and as quiet as the similarly-powered 2018 Fusion Titanium Hybrid I'm replacing. Seems like the Mav has better freeway passing ability as compared to our 2018 Fusion Hybrid. The Mav does not come with auto-dimming, electrochromic rearview or sideview mirrors, but I can live with that. The lane centering system is awesome, and way better than the lane keeping aid in my 2018 Fusion.
Alto Blue seems very different in various lighting. I swear I can see some greenish hues at times. My wife disagrees, and tells me I'm color blind. Anyway, it makes me reminiscent of the bluish-green Ford Explorers of the 1990s/2000s. Alto Blue looks almost black when it's overcast. I prefer a purer blue metallic, like the 2022 Mustang Atlas Blue.
But back to the Mav, Alto Blue is a great contrast to the blues in the interior panels and seat trim. I would not want to look at the door jambs of a Velocity Blue Mav against this Lariat interior trim or seating trim.
The Mav feels spacious (front and back) for my 5'7" frame. No floor mats in the back seat? Strange.
39.5 MPG c/h mix on my way home from the dealer on a 38 F morning.
Factory soft trifold tonneau fits well. The weep holes look clean (my build date was after the recall on the weep hole clearing procedure). Here are some pics!