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2022 Ford Maverick Looks Great With Lime Green Paint

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The 2022 Ford Maverick is available in a variety of cool colors, but as is usually the case, its available palette isn’t quite large enough to satisfy every taste. That has prompted some folks to, at the very least, vinyl wrap their Mavericks in different colors, which is much easier and cheaper than repainting an entire vehicle. Meanwhile, more than one 2022 Ford Maverick owner has painted the pickup’s trim pieces body color for a more monochromatic look, too. Now, we’re getting a look at yet another unique color on the new model – a lime green-like hue, courtesy of a user at the Maverick Truck Club forums.

That user spotted this very polarizing pickup driving down the highway, and managed to snap a couple of pictures of it to show off in the forums. Thus far, no one is really sure if the truck is sporting a vinyl wrap or a total repaint, but our bet would be on the former. It’s also quite possible that this is a fleet vehicle of some sort, though it has no business name or other identifiers on it yet. However, is still wearing a paper tag, so it’s quite new as well.

Given the fact that the 2022 Ford Maverick has already proven to be a hit with business owners, it’s likely we’ll see many more custom wrapped pickups in the coming months and years. Regardless, most everyone else prefers duller, less head-turning hues like white and gray, according to a recent study.

One thing Maverick owners do like, however, is to modify their brand new pickups. In recent months, we’ve seen some ingenious upgrades performed by those same folks, including the installation of a digital instrument cluster from the Ford Escape, as well as that same model’s steering wheel, which can help enable cruise control in Maverick XL models that don’t come equipped with that particular feature.

We’ll have more on the Maverick soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Maverick news and continuous Ford news coverage.

Photos Credit: Johnny California 

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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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Comments

  1. E64

    That maybe a “Serv-pro” truck. It appears similar in color.

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    1. JohnTaurus

      Yep. It does look like their particular shade of green.

      It’s definitely some sort of company vehicle, the decals just haven’t been applied yet.

      I’d like to see Eruption Green offered on the Maverick, but I’m pleased that the XL in particular is available in some interesting colors already.

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  2. William Kerley

    I like it “Mystery color”would sell I bet

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  3. Dee Hart

    That’s a hard NO for me…

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  4. hacmaverick

    Still waiting for my 22 lariat. I hope it gets here soon. I may have to cancel my order and find something else. I really can’t wait much longer.

    Harold

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    1. Kenny D

      I’am in the same boat, and I been looking at the GMC Limited Denali, with the NEW 13″ Display and the Dealers are screwing everyone and anyone on these too. 10K+ Over MSRP. Sooooo, That isn’t working either???? W T H do we do here MAV??? I had a deposit on the LIGHTNING also that went South, cancelled it!!! RIVIAN’S are $80/90K, the NEW Silverado EV is outta site also in Pricing. I just want my F-150 I ordered, AND…. With ALL the Options Too. I ordered mine way B4 they Started Eliminating OPTIONS off the Build’s?

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    2. Pikey87

      I feel your pain. I ordered October 14th, and still am not even scheduled for production. Absolutely unacceptable. I ordered a mass produced 22k vehicle, not a multimillion dollar supercar! I’ve been very patient and understanding, but I’ve started getting very irritated about the complete lack of communication from ford over these past 7 months. Couple that with the fact that I’m still looking at a month or so after getting my build scheduled!

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  5. Kenny D

    Well, I would not buy it. If it were a 1969 MACH 1 Maybe….

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  6. David Dickinson

    Suddenly, I feel the need for a very large shot of tequila.

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  7. MAGA

    Complain to Ford about what the dealers are doing. That it is causing Ford to lose customers. That really is considered price gouging. For example, when gas is in short supply, gas stations are not allowed to increase the price of gas at their stations. It’s illegal.

    price gouging

    noun

    ” 1. the action or practice of overcharging customers for something by sharply increasing its price, especially in order to take advantage of sudden high demand: North American.”
    Explains it all, huh? This needs to be looked into. We need to get an investigation going on them price gouging these Mavericks and other vehicles. Let your local dealer know you are asking that they be investigated for price gouging and let Ford know also. It’s time the people stand up to crap like this. WE are the ones suffering here.

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  8. David solis

    Light bulb has turned off at Ford. No more better ideas. Lime green paint,you have to copy toyota to sell your overpriced cars. Pathetic company, pay your workers in Mexico more and maybe you can build a quality car or maybe a motor that doesn’t blow up. Price gouging, no thanks. This u.s. auto worker spends his retirement checks on toyota. You suck!

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