There are endless ways to customize the new Maverick.
It turns out that America isn't against compact pickup trucks at all. At least, that's based on the strong initial reception to the new Ford Maverick which has surpassed 100,000 reservations. Set to make its way to dealerships this fall, the buzz surrounding the Maverick is unlikely to die down anytime soon. Thanks to Maverick Truck Club, we can now see a big batch of real-life images of the Ranger's baby brother. These pictures show what it looks like when equipped with the SnugTop truck topper, when wearing some of the many accessories that are available, and what the different trims and colors look like.
The SnugTop is a $3,449 option and not only encloses the bed area but has quite an impact on the appearance of the Maverick. On display at a private Ford event in Dallas, we can see that this bed cap has side windows that tilt open by around two inches. The height of the bed cap is around four inches higher than the Maverick's fixed roof. The one pictured here has an interior light bar. A Work version of the bed cap can also be seen on an Oxford White Maverick.
Instead of side windows, the Work model has panels that appear to open up, perhaps to provide easy access to tools or anything in the bed area.
Several Mavericks were also spotted wearing some awesome accessories. One of these was a Cyber Orange Lariat that looked particularly aggressive with Satin Black exterior parts. These included a hood scoop kit for $399, a tailgate applique for $309, and a tailgate spoiler for $219. A low-profile bed rack is another sporty add-on.
Another batch of pictures showed Mavericks in various colors and trims parked alongside each other, demonstrating the scope of customization on offer. Truck buyers love speccing a vehicle to their exacting tastes and just like the new Bronco, the Maverick offers customers plenty of choices.
The 2022 Ford Maverick starts at just under $20,000 for the XL in hybrid guise. XLT and Lariat trims are also offered, as is a 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine. The range-topper will cost $26,575 with the latter engine choice and includes features like 18-inch machined wheels and ActiveX upholstery. You can spend up to $40,000 on the First Edition model, though.