How much does an exclusive version of the Ford Maverick pickup cost?

How much does an exclusive version of the Ford Maverick pickup cost?


On foreign forums, information has appeared about what to expect from the new subcompact Ford Maverick pickup in the exclusive First Edition in terms of price. At the moment, the American company has not presented this version of its new product.

The Ford Maverick is a new compact pickup with a starting price of just $ 19,995, although you can easily spend twice as much if you choose every option when ordering the exclusive First Edition. Ford has yet to reveal what the Maverick First Edition looks like, but now we can check out the pricing for this pickup variant. Data taken from foreign forums.

Based on the Lariat, the First Edition Package adds unique graphic decals to the bonnet and lower door trims, a glossy black roof, soft-fold cargo deck lid, black skull-shaped side mirror covers and body-colored door handles.

The First Edition petrol variants are equipped with 17-inch aluminum wheels, while the hybrid version of the model gets 18-inch wheels painted in black. The First Edition is only available in three exterior colors: Area 51, Carbonized Gray and Rapid Red. Installing the First Edition “package” is also the only way to order Maverick in the latest color for an additional $ 495 fee.

The First Edition comes with an additional $ 1,495, but it requires the Lariat Luxury Package and Ford Co-Pilot360, as well as AWD and 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine. If you require Rapid Red paint, the total cost of these additional services is $ 8,090.

The 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine has 250 hp, which can be sent to the front or all four wheels. Alternatively, the Lariat is also available with an electrified 2.5-liter four-cylinder that generates 191 hp, but this powerplant is not available on the First Edition.

Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Ford is abandoning the F-150 diesel engine due to low demand. The era of mainstream diesel pickups is coming to an end as the Ford F-150 ditches its 3.0-liter PowerStroke V6.

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