It’s been about two years since Ford has started production on the Maverick. However, there are many customers that didn’t quite receive what they wanted out of it. Only because their orders hadn’t been filled or the trucks themselves never went into production. Such a development is applicable to the 2022 model year as well as the 2023 model year of Mavericks. In the interim, the Maverick has experienced plenty of demand. All with the difficulty of Ford’s own production struggles, there’s plenty of buyers that have been experiencing a long wait between months.
In a statement, Ford has admitted that there had been wait times of 300 to 600 days from such times that they had placed their order in the way that they would take delivery. Many users have been expressing concern about the process of receiving their trucks.
Recently an incentive bulletin had been delivered to dealers, in regards to the program asthey’d pay back the buyers who had been originally waiting. Ford was able to allow for the Maverick Ecoboost buyers to receive a discount. Specifically in the quantity of $1,750 off of the price, all while hybrid buyers would only receive about $2,750 off of the price. In addition, the buyers that are actually eligible are the ones that only receive a Model Year Transition offer from late 2022. Those individuals have a money-back offer of up to $2,750 available.
As the truck debuted in mid-2021, the Maverick Hybrid XL had begun at a price estimate of $21,490, in addition to the destination charge.
Back when it debuted, the hybrid engine was available, while now, the Maverick begins with the Ecoboost engine, all as it shows an increase in the entry price to the Mavericks upon two fronts, in which case, the Ecoboost engine shows a base Maverick can begin at $24,995. Now, if only the Maverick Hybrid could just start making more of those models.