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Ford Maverick Incentive Offers 3.9 Percent APR In December 2022

A Ford Maverick incentive offers 3.9 percent APR financing during December 2022. However, it’s important to note that this particular offer may not be available for all markets. Additionally, this incentive is only applicable toward the purchase of a 2022 model year pickup, and excludes 2023 model year vehicles.

Ford Maverick Incentives

Below, we’ve compiled a list of 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: 3.9 percent APR financing for 60 months
    • Requires Ford Credit Financing
  • Miami: 3.9 percent APR for 60 months
    • Requires Ford Credit Financing
  • Los Angeles: 3.9 percent APR for 60 months
    • Requires Ford Credit Financing

The above Maverick incentives will run through January 3rd, 2023.

Interested buyers should note that the list of incentives above does not represent a comprehensive list of every Ford incentive available for the Maverick, but rather samples for large select markets. With that in mind, we recommend checking with your local dealer to find out what discounts and incentives are available in your area.

Ford Maverick Pricing

For reference, here are the 2022 and 2023 Ford Maverick trim levels and their corresponding starting MSRPs, including the destination charge and acquisition fee (when applicable):

2022 Ford Maverick

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

2023 Ford Maverick

  • XL – $22,195
  • XLT – $24,455
  • Lariat – $27,995

Disclaimers

  • Must take delivery from an authorized Ford dealer’s stock by January 3rd, 2023, 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.

Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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Comments

  1. Mike

    Sad that those of us who have waited the longest (1+year) will be paying WAY more than if we had been delivered as promised by dealers when ordered (6-8 weeks LOL!) due to increase in loan rates…

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    1. RWFA

      Have to agree, that is a bummer.

      Too bad Ford Credit can’t/won’t do something about that.

      Reply
  2. Flp

    Why not make it 0% interest? Or $2500 cash back? Because there are NO Mavericks FOR SALE!

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    1. OhioRick

      Was about to type the same response!

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    2. Betty

      I was also going to say that what good is an incentive offer when there are no Mavericks around

      Reply
  3. nkhogge

    Once again FoMoCo is sticking to those of us who have been waiting for over a year for our new Mavericks. Thanks a lot.

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  4. SONNY HEISE

    HOW ABOUT THE LITTLE GUY THAT LIVE IN GOD COUNTRY AND NOT IN DEMCRIME STATES WE NEVER GET ANYTHING LOL

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    1. Eric Barrows

      Uhhhh.Including an ‘Educaashin’ ?

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      1. Waiting for Maverick Hybrid

        That’s harsh, y’all Woke folks!

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    2. RWFA

      Clever “DEMCRIME” spouting fool’s too ignorant to know GOP run states are over represented in crime statistics. But that’s what you get watching Fox, garbage in garbage out.

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      1. Rick

        Yes we should all be watching CNN and MSNBC where we can pretend that the vast majority of all crimes are not happening in the blue counties and cities in those red states.

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        1. RWFA

          Can’t speak to cnn but I’ve never seen msnbc try to skew stats to make it appear one way or the other.

          Reply
  5. Jim Summers

    I paid almost 26% over sticker, after negotiating, for my 2022 XLT, 2L Turbo (gas only), with factory tow package and cloth interior in January, 2022. Nothing has changed. In economic terms it’s known as P.E.D. – “Price Elasticity of Demand”. Ford clearly knows how to use this circumstance to its best advantage. Not so much for its customers.

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  6. John Doe

    What crock of s–t! Ordered Sep 2021, no vehicle now raise price, where are incentives for
    Folks who ordered!??Hybrid!

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  7. J. H.

    Ordered my 2022 hybrid Maverick in November 2021. Learned last month it will not be built. I was told I’d be getting a 2023, at the 2022 price. Will wait and see. May need to consider a foreign vehicle.

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    1. Waiting for Maverick Hybrid

      Might be mistaken, but isn’t made in Mexico “really” a foreign vehicle? If us American customers weren’t so gutless, we would just shutdown buying from all US auto manufacturers until all assembly’s are made in America.

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      1. RWFA

        You should get a move on man, so you can wait at the front of that line.

        Reply
  8. Mike

    In the disclaimer “2022” should be “2023”.

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  9. Michael

    One thing i learned about ford is not believe a dam thing they say! I ordered September 10-2021 hade my Vin # told me truck would be built September 26 then told me October 16.then told me November 26 then told me we will be the first built starting in December i should get my new vin# . Haven’t heard a dam thing yet. Goings-on 16 months. At this point I don’t give a dam. Iam starting to look for something new now. I will never buy a Ford again

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    1. RWFA

      But yet you haven’t cancelled your dam order?

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      1. Al

        same story with a build date of Dec 19. Meanwhile, there was one on the lot that by chance someone didn’t want. I had to buy it for 4 years. The promised 2yr lease was $309, a great deal. Now I’m paying almost double, but I’ll own it. When mine comes in, my son will buy it and we’ll swap.

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        1. mike s

          Al, did they sell it to you at sticker?

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  10. Don

    Ordered my 2023 hybrid Maverick oct,17 2022 my first time at this! I have a VIN and build date of December 19, 2022, after reading the reply’s makes me wonder when my truck will be built! I was told I could get 3.9 percent. I don’t know what to expect anymore!

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    1. RWFA

      Please keep us posted Don! Would be cool to know how it all shakes out.

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    2. Betty

      That’s strange as the 23’s opened in Sept 2022 and closed the same week. How did you order in Oct.??

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  11. Don

    Sorry Betty It was September 17 2022 when I ordered it

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  12. Micheal

    Was at my dealer on November 18th to check on my hybrid maverick order that I made on Sept. 19th. They had a 2022 FX4 maverick eco-boost turbo charge with tow and luxury package, but not the ford 360. It was on a truck coming from factory. I put my deposit on it. They said it would be there in 4 days. By Thanksgiving, still no truck. Sunday after Thanksgiving someone had turned back a Lariat, had ford 360 and tow package, but not the luxury package. I was 1st person there and bought the Lariat. Then a week later the FX4 showed up. I bought that one also. I love both. They’re both AWD. They are both Alto Blue. I guess if the one I actually ordered comes in. I will be a proud owner of 3 mavericks. Crazy how things work out. The hybrid is the one I truly wanted for the gas mileage. Will see if and when it might come in.

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  13. Ed

    It not very good when you snub Americans the you won’t them the truck we want to by. Maybe Ford makes to much money on customer
    If you want to stay in business, then you can’t treat people like this

    Reply

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