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2023 Maverick Tremor Off-Road Package Shows Up On Ford’s Own Website

The Blue Oval threw us quite a surprise this evening by issuing an update to its publicly-facing website that not only shows a photo of the much-anticipated 2023 Maverick Tremor off-road package, but that also provides some details about it.

The page in question, which can be found on the primary Maverick landing page here, shows a single photo of the Maverick Tremor along with a headline that reads, “New 2023 Maverick Tremor Off-Road Package,” followed by some words about the package, as follows:

“This unbridled beast thrives off the beaten path. The new Maverick Tremor Off-Road Package is equipped with Advanced 4WD with a Twin-Clutch Rear Drive gear plus, selectable drive modes to help provide a firm grip on any terrain. An off-road-tuned suspension with a higher (1-inch) ride height coupled with wide rugged tires and steel skid plates help to carry it over whatever obstacle nature throws in its path. A bold grille with unique Tremor badging and accents inside and out commands attention.”

That already tells us quite a bit about the upcoming Maverick Tremor, at least as far as features are concerned. But it gets even better, as that bout of text above is accompanied by the following:

“Preproduction vehicle shown with optional equipment. Available to order beginning in August 2022 and arriving Fall 2022. Closed course. Professional driver. Always consult the Owner’s Manual before off-road driving, know your terrain and trail difficulty, and use appropriate safety gear.”

So, now we know that orders will open starting August, which is one month before what we had reported earlier this week.

We’ve been eagerly awaiting the Ford Maverick Tremor, and have even caught the small pickup equipped with the off-road package completely undisguised over the past few days in not one but two different colors. Now, however, Ford has made it official on its own page. Stay glued to Ford Authority for more.

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  1. Leo

    Hopefully they will extend the twin clutch option to all AWD Mavericks, as well as a select shift trans and 2.3 ecoboost. Hopefully it offer dual exhaust like the F150 Tremor.

  2. grumpyunk

    Not gonna bet my paycheck. If they had the select shift AWD version to fit the FWD layout already, putting it up with a 2.3 should not be out of reason, but doing so without having done the engineering on a maxed-out production line is like adding new demand to an already over-demanded vehicle. Why spend now as they cannot meet demand as it is?

    1. JohnTaurus

      Lol so they should have developed it more, AND not at all.

  3. William Stacknick

    haven,t even got my 2022maverick and there taking orders for 2023 7months ive been waiting for my 2022 how long will the wait be for a 2023

  4. Michael

    Take a $25,000 vehicle and turn it into a $40,000 vehicle. Just what we need, more overpriced vehicles, with options we do not need.

    1. Don

      Then don’t order it. Problem solved.

    2. Rhy

      Then DON’T buy the Tremor and stick with an XLT Hybrid. Not all Maverick’s are going to be $25,000 it’s not like they jacked the prices of the cheaper versions up didn’t they? The Tremor is for a completely different buyer demographic. Also, I doubt the Tremor will start at $40k. I’m assuming mid 30s.


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