Entering its second model year, the Ford Maverick remains as hot as ever, which prompted FoMoCo to close order banks after they were open for a mere week. As the automaker faces a massive backlog of carryover 2022 model year orders and a record number of new ones, it will take some time for supply to catch up with demand. Regardless, for those that are able to secure a 2023 Ford Maverick, it’s worth noting that the truck’s build and price configurator is now live, giving them a chance to spec out their prospective new ride online.
Those in the market for a 2023 Ford Maverick will find a handful of changes have taken place for the new model year, starting with a noticeable price hike across the board, ranging from $1,095 for the XLT and Lariat up to $1,200 for the base XL trim. However, The Blue Oval did make the turbocharged Ford 2.0L I-4 EcoBoost I-4 a no-cost option on all trims, while Lariat EcoBoost models now come standard with all-wheel drive.
2023 Ford Maverick shoppers will also be able to choose from a few new packages, including the Black Appearance Package, as well as the Tremor Off-Road Package and Tremor Off-Road Appearance Package. Additionally, XL-trimmed Mavericks have also gained standard cruise control for 2023, while the XLT Luxury Package has dropped several features that were formerly available, and the Maverick is gaining a depopulated key, as Ford Authority reported last week. However, supply constraints currently affect nearly every option available on the compact pickup.