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Ford Maverick Hybrid Heading To Argentina

The Ford Maverick has launched in several countries since debuting in the U.S. for the 2022 model year, including Argentina, where the compact pickup went on sale in late 2021, albeit with just one engine choice – the turbocharged Ford 2.0L I-4 EcoBoost. Since then, FoMoCo has launched a number of new models in that same South American country, including the all-new Ford Ranger Raptor and Territory, helping to fuel a surge that saw Ford Argentina’s sales grow by 19 percent last month and 37 percent year-to-date. Now, customers there will soon have a new product to choose from as well – the Ford Maverick Hybrid.

Ford Maverick Hybrid Argentina - Exterior 002 - Rear Three Quarters

The Ford Maverick Hybrid will become the very first electrified pickup in Argentina when it launches there, and will also become the fifth such model in that country’s Blue Oval lineup, too. It’s essentially identical to the U.S. version, as one would expect, which means that it’s powered by the 2.5L Atkinson cycle four-cylinder gas engine coupled with an electric motor and a 1.1 KWh battery, which generate a combined 191 horsepower that flows to the front wheels via an e-CVT transmission.

The main draw of the Ford Maverick Hybrid, of course, is its excellent fuel economy ratings, which – in the U.S., at least – come in at 42 miles-per-gallon in the city and 33 on the highway. Inside the cabin, the electrified pickup is equipped with a standard 8-inch infotainment screen running Sync 2.5 software, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility, and a 6.5-inch digital screen located within the instrument cluster.

Ford Maverick Hybrid Argentina - Interior 001 - Instrument Cluster

The Maverick Hybrid is available in six colors in Argentina – Oxford White, Panther Black, Lightning Blue, Mercury Gray, Cactus Gray, and Silver Gray. The electrified pickup features a starting MSRP of ARS 16.100,000, and comes with a 3-year or 100,000 kilometer warranty while the high-voltage battery and hybrid system components are also warranted for 8 years or 160,000 kilometers.

We’ll have much more on the Maverick soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Maverick news and continuous 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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  1. Bill Hester

    How about catching up with demand in the US before reaching out ! !

    1. maverickless

      was the first thing i thought as well. they can’t keep up with US demand, my local dealer told me they can easily sell them for 7-12k over MSRP because of demand. and ford wants to produce them for another market already?

  2. Gayla

    Can’t believe that Ford is so worried about other countries. What is wrong with filling the huge back order of US mavericks …. I placed my order in July 2022… last contact from Ford was they couldn’t get parts…. Mainly chips. So sad. I may give up and wait for the new Tacoma hybrid coming early 2024.

  3. Brad Green

    What about my maverick hybrid which I ordered 7 months ago from Canada? If you can’t deal with your current commitments we would you commit to more?

  4. Tom

    I placed my order in July and keep getting a dear John letter! How about taking care of long time customers before selling to others!

  5. Lynda

    How is Ford allowed to open for orders on the 2024’s when they can’t even finish on the 2022’s and are giving the 2023’s to the 2022 costumers?
    Ford needs to finish up all back orders before making New trucks/cars.

  6. Lynda

    I just talked to a lady Sunday 5/21/23 about her Maverick. She said she ordered hers 18
    months ago for the 2022 and they gave her a 2023 since it took so long. It’s a nice orange. I believe she said she’s had it now for two months.

  7. D Sutton

    Hahahahaha – I have had 2 on order this year since the order banks opened and getting close to the -” Hey you aint getting your trucks Please try again ” notification but if I was in Argentina ……. what a joke.

  8. Robert May

    I, too am deeply saddened that Ford can’t seem to deliver the Maverick I ordered last year – yet they are marketing them in other countries! Believe they should fill American Orders first – then worry about South American countries.


    It would be nice if they would just catch up with US Orders.
    561 days ago, when I got conformation that my maverick was on order.

  10. Phil

    I plan on waiting for the ($23,000) 2024 Toyota Stout Hybrid compact pickup truck. If I ordered a 2024 Hybrid Maverick in July it properly would take 6 to 12 mouths to receive it or not at all. Some are still waiting for their 2022 or 2023 Ford Mavericks. South America got theirs.

  11. Matthew Hart

    I have a question about the 2023 Ford Maverick that I ordered last September. If Ford knows that they have more orders than they can fulfill, then why don’t they convert the unscheduled orders to 2024’s on July 17? They could keep the order bank closed for new orders, until they schedule all the outstanding orders. Does that make sense or am I missing something?


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