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2023 Ford Maverick Consumer Reviews

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5 out of 5 stars

Useful and Fun

Tim hurt, 05/08/2023
2023 Ford Maverick XL 4dr SuperCrew SB (2.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT)
48 of 51 people found this review helpful

I will be brief. I waited 207 days for this truck. Its the fwd XL eco boost in Area 51. I was worried about the road and wind noise when I bought it. Reviews said it was a loud truck. Those reviews must have been from the competition because this is a quiet , capable, and solid feeling truck. On a rough stretch of interstate at 70 mph Yes there was road and tire noise. That is to be expected from most cars. Wind noise is not an issue. I worried that with all the plastic in the dash, doors, and panels this thing was going to shake loose and rattle. Not yet. The 2.0 is quick. Mash the pedal and it goes. I get about 31Mpg on the road and 22 or so in town. One complaint. The backup camera image is a bit washed out. This truck was well worth the wait. Easy to get in and out of, easy and fun to drive.

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4 out of 5 stars

Maverlous!

Rickola, 02/24/2023
updated 08/28/2023
2023 Ford Maverick XLT 4dr SuperCrew SB (2.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT)
25 of 28 people found this review helpful

Solid little truck, drive is secure and more fun than expected. Turbo boost opens up space on the highway. Great visibility from the cab. 360 Pilot system provides clear feedback. Heated seats and steering wheel along with remote start make for a toasty winter morning drive. AWD hugs the road and the handling is quite decent through curves. Good power with the quickish 2.0 liter gas engine and overall mpg is 28.2 for first thousand miles. If only the AWD came with the hybrid! This is a 2023 XLT w/luxury pkg, AWD, and Co-pilot 360. Easy to exit and enter.

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5 out of 5 stars

Best vehicle for the money

Martin S. , 02/28/2023
2023 Ford Maverick XL 4dr SuperCrew SB (2.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT)
28 of 33 people found this review helpful

I have owned a base hybrid model for a few months now and i can't find anything wrong with this vehicle . 23k out the door ...averaging 44 MPG combined , perfect size for the city or country road , two car seats in it with plenty of space left , very practical especially with a hard foldable bed cover i put on it , physical buttons for most features you need, people talk to me about mine wherever i go...could be the cool Area 51 color :-) but seriously , i have always wanted a truck without paying the truck gas tax and this thing hits it way out of the ball park . No issues so far and hopefully it will stay like that for a long long time .

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5 out of 5 stars

A good value that is worth the wait.

Mike G, 07/07/2023
2023 Ford Maverick XL 4dr SuperCrew SB (2.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT)
23 of 27 people found this review helpful

If you can wait for delivery, you will be happy with the truck. Plenty of room for driver and front passenger. (We have an 2018 Escape, the Mavrick overall is bigger, but little, smaller than the Ridgeline). It is easy to get enter and exit out of the vehicle for people of all ages. handle cargo with ease. have hauled about 800 pounds of stone and truck handled it with ease. Avg fuel economy is about 42mpg. (65% highway and 45% around town). Road noise is not that bad for the XL version. A lot of thought went into the overall design of the interior has lots of little features. For negatives, the XL rims will help encourage you to get aftermarket rims with better tires. Some might find the plastic boring. If Ford came up with awd electric version of Maverick would be quite popular in my opinion. At the present there is not much choice in the market segment for this type of vehicle. If you are considering a Mavrick, plan ahead for what you like and put your order in as soon as possible.

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3 out of 5 stars

Too many annoying little problems

M.O., 12/17/2022
2023 Ford Maverick XLT 4dr SuperCrew SB (2.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid EVT)
43 of 52 people found this review helpful

Yes. It is a nice looking truck. The drive is good, the acceleration is fine, it feels fine. However, many little things ruin the good experience. The acceleration is noisy and it feels like the transmission is slipping . Just a feeling but annoying. The stop/start feature is surely a matter of preference, but it feels like the start is delayed, not quick enough for some maneuvers. There is a switch to turn it off but it must be done every time you turn engine on. The monitor for radio and other electronics often freezes and/or there is no sound. It resets after turning the car off. But sometimes stays frozen for a long time. That should not be happening in a 6 months old truck. The front door storage is practically unusable. Ford and many reviewers made a big deal how clever the design is, but it doesn’t work. The place for bottles is so shallow that they can’t stay straight. They fall the moment you start driving. Well, if you don’t mind these little issues, the truck is fine. My model is XLT, 4 turbo,

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