When the 2022 Ford Maverick was revealed this morning, the big news was that the new compact pickup will feature a starting MSRP of under $20k (which Ford Authority was the first to report in February), making it a true value proposition. However, as is always the case with new vehicles, one can quickly multiply that cost by adding on options. Thus, we were wondering – just how expensive can the top-trim, fully-loaded 2022 Ford Maverick Lariat be? Now, we have our answer – $36,210.
That price includes Ford’s mandatory $1,495 destination and delivery charge, along with $8,140 in options, tacked onto the base price of the 2022 Ford Maverick Lariat, which starts out at $26,575. That’s still not a ton of money for a new vehicle, but some options are undoubtedly pricey. That includes all-wheel-drive, which runs an additional $3,305. However, the Lariat does come standard with Ford’s 2.0L EcoBoost I-4, at least.
For our particular tester, we also added Cyber Orange paint for an additional $495, the 4K Tow Package ($745), Ford Co-Pilot360 ($540), the FX4 Off-Road Package ($800), and the Lariat Luxury Package ($3,340). Those that want to jack up the price even further can do so by adding on any number of accessories Ford offers, including everything from a first aid kit to a console vault.
Those that opt for the limited First Edition Maverick will pay just a bit more than our loaded Lariat – roughly $200 extra, even though the option costs an additional $1,495. This is because the FX4 package and Cyber Orange paint aren’t available in conjunction with the First Edition, which makes the final price difference rather minute.
Regardless, it’ll be interesting to see how many customers opt to deck out their Mavericks in this sort of configuration. For $36k, one could step up to a lower-trimmed Ford Ranger or Ford F-150, while even the cheapest Ford Super Duty has a starting MSRP of just under $35k, minus destination and delivery.