Over 40 mpg and instructions for making your own accessories? Yes please. benefit. The new Ford Maverick is equipped with a high-efficiency hybrid of over 40 MP (5.9 liters per 100 km), a simple but elegant interior to the touch and an initial price of just $19995.
Maverick also puts the trend of big trucks under its hood: no V8 or even a V6. Instead, the default powertrain is a hybrid that combines 162 hp (120 kW), 155 lb-ft (210 Nm) and a 2.5-liter Atkinson-cycle four-cylinder engine with 126 hp (94 kW). , 333 feet. Electric traction motor (234 Nm), 191 hp (142 kW) via a continuously variable transmission (CVT) to the front wheels.
The front differential hybrid truck may have a good score on the toxicity and masculinity chart, but it is very effective. Although Ford is still waiting for the official EPA rating for this engine, I had an average of 40 mpg on the first day with a mix of city streets, country roads, and some highways. I also clocked 45MP (5.2L/100km) on country roads on the second day, despite carrying 1,000 pounds of mulch in bed. The Maverick has a total payload of 1,500 1,500 (680 kg), with a tensile weight of 2,000 yen (907 kg). It's powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine (186 kW), 277 lb-ft (375 Nm), 2.0-liter (with CVT), FWD ($1,085) or all-wheel drive ($3,074) for use. The latter drives most of the front wheels but sends the power back if needed and available. For an additional $800, you can add the FX4 Off-Road Package, too. This is a less efficient engine, with a combined 26 MP (9 L/100 km), or 25 MPH (9.4 L/100 km) AWD combination. at 33.3 mpg (7 liters per 100 km) while driving quietly. With the help of the trailer, Ford launched a number of Mavericks to see how heavy loads affected things. I chose the AWD Maverick, which weighs 7445 (14 1814) and arrived at the heaviest trailer. Loaded with a pair of ATVs, it weighs 3,650 lb (1,656 kg). Although I was aware of the extra mass hanging in the back of the truck, driving wasn't difficult, despite the fuel economy being reduced by about 50%.
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I knew I wanted to make Maverick work. I wasn't expecting his cabin to overwhelm me so much that it looks cheap and happy at best. Using durable plastic-like materials, Ford designers acted ruthlessly and gave the cabin a real charm. For me, the cool spot of the trim is the $22,280 XLT, because I suck at the bright orange accents. But no matter the cheapest XL or the most expensive $25,490, you can get the same set. The Maverick rear seat has 36 inches of rear legroom. Jonathan Gatlin If you lift the back seat, you'll find a lot more room. Ford dealers sell accessories for this storage facility, or you can 3D print your existing files with Ford files. Ford also has a hatch behind the center console for adding accessories. Ford door tags also have plenty of storage space. Jonathan Gatlin, for example, puts a large bottle of water in each cap. Ford can also store a tablet or laptop in the entryway. The Ford Maverick only has a short bed, but thanks to the flexible tailgate, you can carry 8 4 4 sheets. The Ford tailgate is located in the middle position, which allows you to carry larger loads. Ford this maverick nude bed. Jonathan Gatlin Ford pays $495 for a spray mattress. Jonathan Gitlin XLT and Lariat Mavericks have both AC and AC power lights with the factory. Ford but you can DIY with Ford's help - just scan this QR code to get tutorial videos. Jonathan Gitlin Among her DIY videos are the instructions for this $40 bike rack. Jonathan Gitlin
Even the cheapest Maverick XL Hybrid has a suite of advanced driver assistance systems as standard. It includes automatic headlights and automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection. For an extra $540, you can add adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping, blind-spot monitors and traffic alerts, emergency assist steering, and hill descent control.
There is only one entertainment option. An 8-inch touchscreen with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, USB-A and USB-C ports for connecting your devices, and a 4G LTE hotspot. Pay attention to how people use the Mavericks. The front of the center console houses the driver and passenger phones, including the rest of the phone. Door cards can lift 1-liter water bottles, large insulated glass, and even laptops and tablets for the backseat, and you'll find even more storage bins.Advertise
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Ford is clearly targeting the manufacturing segment with the Maverick. There are eight mounting grooves (one on the rear of the center console and seven on the underside of the bucket) that Ford calls the Ford Integrated Connectivity System. You can buy accessories that use these slots, but you can also scan a QR code in bed that takes you to CAD files and films and tells you how you can print your poses like storage dividers and 3D cup holders. And a bucket.
Ford followed suit with the Maverick Throne. Although the bed is only 4.5 feet long, by placing the tailgate in the middle position and using the packing provided, you can load it with sheets of 4 x 8 x 8 plywood. There is a storage compartment behind one of the rear wheels, and slots on the The sides make your own bed divider. AC outlet and interior bed lighting. But the XL includes all the wires to install its power and lights, only a QR code apart from the helpful video instructions. Ford also shows you how to make your own bike for $40, and new DIY videos come up regularly.Zoom/Street art says it all - we do it we love trucks ! Jonathan Gatlin
Those who need a hardworking truck may still prefer the larger F-150 Hybrid, which can run 240v appliances and comes with a larger bed. But the overall load on the big F-150 isn't really much, and you have to pay two to three times what the Maverick does. For drivers who don't need a huge bed and 7.2 kilowatts of electricity, want to save fuel in a truck, or just want a cheap truck that they can customize themselves, the Maverick is well worth the time.
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The 2022 Ford Maverick is a cheap, fun and easy-to-use pickup
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