Though, Ford touted the 2022 Maverick would have excellent efficiency, it turns out that this truck is even more eco-friendly than the automaker predicted. The EPA recently released estimated efficiency ratings for the 2022 Ford Maverick for those of us who have been eagerly awaiting them.
Originally, Ford had predicted that the hybrid powertrain of the 2022 Maverick would get a city efficiency rating of 40 mpg, at best. Now, this powertrain is estimated to get 2 mpg more on the city. It’s also set to get 33 mpg on the highway, if you were curious.1
Even if you don’t go with the hybrid version of the Maverick, however, the gas version still gets decent fuel economy. When equipped with front-wheel drive, this truck gets an EPA-estimated 23 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway. And with all-wheel drive, city efficiency is 22 mpg while highway efficiency is 29 mpg.
Efficiency isn’t the only quality that makes the 2022 Maverick shine. It also has an affordable starting MSRP under $20K, a brand-exclusive FLEXBED™ for bed adaptability, a 1,500-pound payload capacity, and an available 4,000-pound max towing capacity. And attractive tech offerings like in-vehicle Wi-Fi, FordPass™ Connect, and an available eight-speaker B&O® sound system.
Contact us at Sun State Ford to reserve a 2022 Maverick for yourself. We’ll be happy to share more about why this new pickup will elevate your lifestyle in Orlando, Florida.
1 2.5L hybrid powertrain. Actual mileage will vary. Final EPA estimated ratings available later in the 2021 calendar year.