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2023 Ford Maverick Tremor Heads To Mexico Early Next Year

Ford Mexico is in the midst of a major transformation as it aims to become a major export for engineering services following the opening of a new Global Technology and Business Center, as well as the launch of several new products including the 2022 Ford Expedition and E-Transit in March, as well as the Ford Lobo Raptor R – otherwise known as the Ford F-150 Raptor R in the U.S. – later this year. Now, that lineup is set to expand once again, as the recently-revealed 2023 Ford Maverick Tremor will also launch in Mexico early next year, the automaker has announced.

The Mexican version of the 2023 Ford Maverick Tremor is identical in every way to variant headed to the U.S., which means that it features a number of unique exterior treatments including its front grille and lower front fascia designed to improve the truck’s approach angle, blacked-out Ford logos, headlights, and taillights, Tremor Orange tow hooks, unique dark gray anodized 17-inch aluminum wheels with Tremor Orange accents, and standard all-terrain tires.

Inside, the Maverick Tremor gets Black Onyx seats with stitched Tremor logos and Tremor Orange accents, while that signature color also adorns the door pulls, register vents, and center console.

Available in conjunction with XLT and Lariat trims, the 2023 Ford Maverick Tremor is powered exclusively by the turbocharged Ford 2.0L I-4 EcoBoost, and utilizes the same twin-clutch rear-drive all-wheel drive system with a differential lock that’s present in the Ford Bronco Sport Badlands. Other enhancements include unique springs and shocks, a one-inch lift, beefier half shafts, a heavy-duty transmission cooler, and steel skid plates.

The Maverick Tremor is capable of hauling up to 1,200 pounds of max payload and can tow as much as 2,000 pounds. Five selectable drive modes are available, as well as Trail Control. Production is slated to begin this fall, with deliveries beginning in Mexico at an as-of-now undetermined date in 2023.

We’ll have more on the Maverick Tremor soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Maverick news and comprehensive 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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Comments

  1. Joe

    For $3000.00 and losing the 4K package, 300 pounds in payload,waste of money.

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  2. No Trommer Pockage

    Agree^^^ That’s allot of money for color accents and better seating surfaces. I like these trucks tho and might consider one when I’m in the market. If I order it now, maybe I can get it in two years.

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  3. Dominic LaMarra

    I don’t understand why Ford will take something like this Maverick and change into something else. The high demand is related to its economy. If people want off road and power, buy a Raptor!

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  4. JSG

    LESS PRODUCT MORE MONEY
    Leave maverick alone for a few years. The builders can’t keep up with the demand now. And don’t forget what got maverick where it is now. Mileage and Price. Don’t change anything. I would like to enjoy the one I got ordered. If they ever get it built.

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    1. Larry Cooley

      Amen brother!

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  5. mike s

    If they are gonna start producing them in fall of this year, why will people not get them until 2023? Ford just keeps screwing with people for no other reason than the fact they can. More likely lots of Mexicans will get the vehicle before us US people. I think a boycott of Ford in called for. Do not give them your money. Do not put in an order for the Maverick this September!

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  6. Gayla Steward-Reardon

    Ford needs to build the Maverick trucks … the XL…XLT…the Lariat. Concentrate on doing this and getting the product to the consumer.

    I’ve read too many complaints — some people ordered their trucks the end of 2021…still no truck.

    I’m in the “waiting line” to have an order placed for an XLT, price has already increased about a thousand dollars. Now I understand order taking has backed off until SEPTEMBER.

    And if the production pushes me into a 2023 model…. What’s that going to cost????

    Build the trucks now!

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  7. Daniel

    They figured out that the approach angle and non-locking rear diff makes off-roading difficult with the Maverick. I can climb modest hills and can move through sand if I get a run at it, but if I get to a place where one wheel is in the air, especially if it is a rear wheel, the truck stops. Having a locking diff is necessary to keep from being a recovery rather than an overlander.

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  8. donnie

    I wonder how many customers have passed away waiting for their order-why offer something you cannot furnish and then use an excuse we did not realize how popular it would be— Then why did you make it??????? unless you thought it would be popular-why did you no offer some options like Homelink to at least let the consumer decide about paying extra-maybe common folk should make some off these marketing decisions-Ford, you are going backwards in some ways

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  9. John P

    What happened to towing ? Ford cut the towing capacity of the Maverick Tremor with the turbocharged Ford 2.0L I-4 EcoBoost, to 2,000 lbs ? I thought 2,000 lbs was the towing capacity of a Hybrid Maverick, and with the EcoBoost it was 4,000 lbs. Very confusing, What is going on in the world today ?

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  10. Bill Byrne

    Great ,another one to choose and CANT GET IT !!!!!!!!!! I ordered xlt in OCT 2021-dont see it in my driveway yet ????????????????????and not ONE word from Ford NO customer service !! I call them the end of each month to check on it , answer its in the system but no VIN # yet !

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