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Ford Maverick Incentive Offers 3.9 Percent APR In September 2022

A Ford Maverick incentive offers 3.9 percent APR financing during September 2022 in certain markets.

Ford Maverick Incentives

Below, we’ve compiled the 2022 Ford Maverick incentives for four major U.S. markets:

  • New York City: 3.9 percent APR for 60 months
    • Requires Ford Credit Financing
  • Detroit: no offers currently listed
  • Miami: no offers currently listed
  • Los Angeles: no offers currently listed

The above Maverick incentives will run thru October 3rd, 2022. Prospective buyers should note that the above is not a comprehensive list of every Ford incentive available for the Maverick, but rather samples for select markets. As such, we recommend checking with your local dealer to see exactly what Ford discount offers are available in your area.

It’s worth noting that Ford Maverick inventory remains extremely limited as the automaker works to fulfill existing customer orders in the face of constrained supply of various parts and components. The circumstance has resulted in Ford suggesting customers remove certain options and features from Maverick orders in order to expedite the pickup’s assembly and delivery. Shortly thereafter, order books for the compact pickup closed for the 2022 model year, and some existing orders will be pushed back to the 2023 model year. In addition, Ford has also removed all Maverick lease deals.

Ford Maverick Pricing

For reference, here are the 2022 Ford Maverick trim levels and their corresponding starting MSRPs, including the destination charge and acquisition fee (when applicable):

  • XL – $20,995
  • XLT – $23,360
  • Lariat – $26,860

Disclaimers

  • Must take delivery from an authorized Ford dealer’s stock by October 3rd, 2022, unless specified otherwise.
  • See dealer for details.
  • Incentive for the United States of America, unless otherwise specified.
  • Some customers may not qualify for this offer.
  • Residency restrictions apply.
  • Offer not available with special finance, lease, and some other offers.

We strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information about the vehicles and their incentives in question, but errors and misprints can happen. In addition, the manufacturer can change incentive information at any time and without notice. Always consult with your dealer regarding color availability information before making purchase decisions. Ford Authority will not be held responsible for any misprints, typos or any other errors.

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Comments

  1. George Bartels

    Hi, I’m in Canada, I ordered a Maverick in November 2021.
    What will have happened to that order?
    I was told that the order had been cancelled. Must I reorder?
    Thanks…George

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    1. Denis Paquet

      They cant just cancel your order for no reason i would get the dealership involve…it took 10 months to get mine but i was all over it until i got the key….good luck

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  2. Linda Tribbeett

    I ordered my Maverick in Jan of 2021 and STILL do not have it. STILL waiting…..

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    1. Jack29

      A suggestion that might speed up your order: if you chose any “late availability” options, tell your dealer to cancel them immediately. I ordered my hybrid XL in late August ’21, then canceled the hard bedliner option shortly afterwards upon learning this – and I received the truck right before Christmas.

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  3. Steve

    Have any of you that ordered this thing seen it up close in real life? My God has every one lost there taste in vehicles? I don’t get it. This is one of the ugliest trucks out there. I seen them on the road and every time, I say to myself, what were you thinking? Do yourself a favor and get the Ranger.

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    1. William

      I have the new Maverick hybrid. Love it. Averaging 42 mpg over first 1245 miles. Ford needs a hybrid Ranger.

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    2. Jack29

      Personally, I don’t see the Ranger as doing myself a favor, since it costs more, the ride isn’t nearly as nice, and it gets sh!tty mpg like all of the rest of the non-Maverick ICE trucks. In contrast, my lifetime average mpg with my hybrid Maverick is 44.1 mpg, and 49.3 mpg over the last two tanks (locally in my suburb/non-freeway), is the perfect size, and rides more like a smooth car than a truck.

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    3. Bill Byrne

      sorry I like it. why a Ranger?? the maverick gets 2 times the gas mileage, my 2019 f150 gets same as a ranger !!

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    4. Troy M.

      It’s a unique vehicle at a competitive price! Clearly the orders don’t lie. Maybe you don’t like it, but thousands do!

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  4. Augy

    That photo of the Maverick towing a camper trailer may be a bit deceiving. Ford specs are 4000 lbs max, and only 40 sq ft frontal area. That trailer looks to be over 40 square ft front area.

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  5. TOM

    you know I do like that there is a forum for information about the Ford vehicles but it’s really infuriating that it’s quite evident that Ford doesn’t pay any attention to it at all. if they did their total neglect of the customer is quite alarming, how come they don’t assign someone to at least update us periodically other that those excuse emails that tell us nothing other that wait some more. I know this forum doesn’t have any affiliation to Ford but it should be monitored by FORD and issues identified should be a concern for them to address as customer service. DROPPED BALL is a total understatement, Ford get your act together and resolve ALL the problems and not continue to make excuses and inaction, Henry Ford would have not let anything stand in the way of getting these issues resolved, just think of how many vehicles could have been sold instead of closing the order bank if Ford had taken proper steps.

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  6. Bill Byrne

    WHY?? YOU CANT FIND ONE !! I ordered Oct 21, base xlt, I dont see it in my driveway ???

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  7. donnie

    with the prices they are adding Dealers) to msrp, they ought to offer 0% financing–
    So let me understand this-ford builds a truck that they say more people can afford (msrp) and then when it gets to the dealer, the dealer jacks up the price on the msrp. Now the guy (or girl) that could have afforded the 30,000 dollar truck has to try and handle a payment on a 34,000-39,000 dollar truck (depending on how greedy the dealer gets. And by the way, farley and his cronies say and do nothing?????????????

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  8. jR

    I did the research online and found out that if you don’t order directly with Ford / Dealership. Then you are subject to the Dealer Markup. FORD has nothing to do with the price that dealers charge. Hence you can pay under or over MSRP at the time of sale. I was able to go to the dealership, establish a relationship with the Salesman. I had them agree to the MSRP in writing, also to all the costs. I have a “Contract” with the Dealership and know all of the costs. My salesman called me when the Phone Banks opened ( earlier then the internet knew ) and I have a 2023 XLT with Luxury package and sliding back window for under 28K ordered. I already have the confirmation from FORD and FORD will let me know when the truck goes to Build / Built / Shipped / Ready at the dealership for me. It took some sleuthing and persistence but all in all so far it has been really easy to get what I wanted. Now let’s see how long it takes to get it……………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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