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2023 Ford Maverick Prices Increase, But 2.0L Fee Dropped

The 2023 Ford Maverick will represent the model’s second year of production, while it remains as popular as ever, with some 2022 model year customers still waiting to take delivery of their new compact pickup. However, new customers looking to purchase a 2023 Ford Maverick will find that prices have increased across the board, though the turbocharged Ford 2.0L I-4 EcoBoost I-4 is now a no-charge option on all trims, while the all-wheel drive option price has also been changed to reflect that.

2023 Ford Maverick Price Changes
2023 Ford Maverick Price – September 19 2022 Ford Maverick Price – September 19 + / – September 19 Price
XL $22,195 $20,995 +$1200
XLT $24,455 $23,360 +$1095
Lariat $27,955 $26,860 +$1095
2.0 L I-4 EcoBoost $0 $435 $-435
2.0L I-4 EcoBoost AWD $2,220 $2,655 $-435
Destination $1,495 $1,495

Price changes for the 2023 Ford Maverick vary based on trim, but the base XL now starts out at $22,195, which is a $1,200 jump from the previous MSRP of $20,995. Both the XLT and Lariat will be $1,095 more expensive for the new model year, with the former starting out at $24,455 and the latter featuring a base price of $27,955. Destination charges remain unchanged at $1,495. In addition to these price changes, the 2023 Ford Maverick will also be getting a Black Appearance Package for the new model year, while the 2023 Maverick XL is gaining standard cruise control, as Ford Authority reported last week.

The biggest change coming to the 2023 Maverick, however, is the addition of the new Tremor Off-Road Package – which adds a unique all-wheel drive system that utilizes a twin-clutch rear-drive unit with a differential lock feature, specially-tuned springs and shocks, upgraded half shafts, a heavy-duty transmission cooler, steel skid plates, unique dark gray anodized 17-inch aluminum wheels, standard all-terrain tires, and various Tremor Orange accents to the pickup.

However, both the Black Appearance Package and Tremor Off-Road Package are currently supply constrained, along with a number of other options and packages. Regardless, in addition to a delay in order banks opening up, 2023 Ford Maverick production was also pushed back several weeks recently and is currently scheduled to begin at the Hermosillo Assembly plant in Mexico on November 14th, 2022.

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

    It’s confusing that Ford introduces a fantastic new S650 Mustang that will likely be extremely popular, but they can’t fill the pending orders for the 2022 Maverick. It seems like a waste of time placing an order for any Ford products. Somebody tell me why after two years we still have a chip shortage. Something doesn’t add up. My interest for ordering a Maverick has waned realizing that with Ford back logged filling 2022 orders. The 2023 orders when ordering banks open will likely take at least a year to get the vehicle. I’m not following other manufacturers, but it seems that Ford has bigger issues than others filling orders. I’ve decided to pass on a new Maverick, keeping my current vehicle

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    1. Ted

      If you look a the sales data, Ford is actually having fewer problems than other manufacturers currently. The entire industry and most electronics industries continue to struggle with semiconductor availability.

      The release of S650 has nothing to do with Maverick as they are designed by different teams and built in different factories, ignoring that S650 won’t be built until the 2024 model year.

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    2. Mike

      Me too.

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  2. John Coviello

    The fact that the EcoBoast 2.0L is now a standard feature with no additional cost says that most customers still want the ICE version of this vehicle !!!!!!!

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    1. Scoutdude

      You’ve got that backwards. Demand for the Hybrid is so high that they can’t come close to meeting that demand so by making the 2.0T a no cost option they are hoping that more customers will choose that instead.

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      1. NoComment

        Correct

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    2. Jim

      Nope. It says that the orders heavily favor the hybrid so they’re taking the premium off of the ice.

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  3. David R. Kerschner

    What is the root cause of all these production issues of the Ford Maverick?? When will production start on the 2023 Ranchero ? Maybe Ford needs a change in their Marketing,Manufacturing and Supplier Management Group!

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  4. David R. Kerschner

    Build it ( Maverick and Ranchero) and sales will come!! Ford needs a major change in Upper Management !! Stock price would more than double!

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  5. Charles Tate

    So if I don’t order a Maverick this week, I won’t be able to order one later ?

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    1. Bill

      It may already be too late. Though, unlike last year, you may actually see Mavericks showing up at dealerships.

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    2. Vince

      9/20 was the last day for hybrids. 9/21 is the last day for Ecoboost.

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  6. Peter H Aveleno

    I finally got mine.. Ordered 8/21/2021.. Delivered 9/14/2022 XLT w/ Luxury package.
    It’s even more than I expected. I’m glad I waited!

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  7. Michael Reese

    Still waiting on my XLT with luxury package ordered 09/22 /21 for the 2022 supposed to start production on 09/22-22 so you don’t know when it will be delivered

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  8. Susan

    I missed the window on ordering a 2023 hybrid as I had planned so I take it as not meant to be. I would really rather wait until the Maverick comes in a plug in hybrid. I have a Prius PHEV and I absolutely love it. Most tanks of gas I ave 90+ mpgs

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