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Here’s The 2022 Ford Maverick First Edition Package Graphics Up Close

The 2022 Ford Maverick was revealed last month, and Ford Authority has since reported all of the fine details regarding The Blue Oval’s new compact pickup. One thing that hasn’t been discussed in too much detail, however, is the Ford Maverick First Edition. Ford has thus far only provided images of XLT and Lariat trims, but not this top-of-the-line option package. However, Ford Authority was able to capture some up-close images of the Ford Maverick First Edition graphics at the Chicago Auto Show, where we also got a detailed look at the 2021 Ford Escape SEL AWD Stealth Package.

The First Edition’s graphics are present on the hood and sides of the pickup. From a distance, they just look like contrasting colors, but up close, it’s a much different story, as we can see in these photos. “First Edition” script spans the entire graphic, with specs of the Maverick’s body color peeking through as well for a visually interesting effect.

The First Edition package is available on Lariat-trimmed Mavericks. The package costs $1,495 and includes the following:

  • 17-inch unique aluminum wheels on gas only (includes 235/65R17 aggressive A/T tire)
  • 18-inch black-painted wheel on hybrid only (includes 225/60R18 A/S BSW tires)
  • Black painted roof
  • Black mirror skull caps
  • Power tilt/slide moon roof
  • Tonneau cover – soft folding
  • Unique First Edition hood and side graphics decals

The Maverick First Edition package also requires buyers to select the Lariat Luxury Package, which is the only way to get SYNC 3 with a Maverick, as Ford Authority exclusively reported yesterday. The Lariat Luxury Package costs an additional $3,340, which pushes the price of the First Edition up to $33,005 sans any additional options. Though as Ford Authority reported back in June, options can add several thousand more dollars to that total, too.

We’ll have more 2021 Chicago Auto Show pictures and news soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Maverick news and 24/7 Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Mike Parnell

    It figures Ford would find a way to get the Maverick price up over the +$30,000 level, with useless stuff. I wonder how many of the $20,000 Mavericks they will make now? Next thing you know, it will be in the same price range as the Ranger.

    1. John

      Yes, SHAME on them for attempting to make a profit on a relatively low-profit vehicle. And making it a special one-year edition and limiting its production OBVIOUSLY means they’ll all cost $30k+ from now on. However the hell that makes sense.

      Now, go yell at those kids, they’re getting awfully close to your lawn.


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