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Listen To Borla’s Upcoming Ford Maverick Exhaust: Video

As a popular choice on the new vehicle market, it’s no surprise to see that the Ford Maverick has also inspired a number of aftermarket companies to churn out parts and accessories for the compact pickup, too. One of the more popular categories – for both the Maverick and most other vehicles – is exhaust system upgrades, and so far, owners can choose from offerings from the likes of MRT and Magnaflow, to name just a couple. Now, yet another long-time maker of aftermarket exhaust systems – Borla – is showing off its own Ford Maverick S-Type exhaust system in a new video.

Ford Maverick Borla S-Type Exhaust System - Exterior 002 - Rear

Though it hasn’t yet released all of the details regarding its new Ford Maverick exhaust, we do know that this new S-Type offering is a cat-back system designed to work with models equipped with the turbocharged Ford 2.0L I-4 EcoBoost engine, specifically. The company currently offers three different types of exhaust systems for a variety of vehicles – ATAK, S-Type, and Touring, each with its own unique characteristics.

As far as the S-Type exhaust goes, it’s designed to provide a more aggressive sound without any sort of annoying drone on the highway while also freeing up airflow and, as a result, some extra performance. Borla’s S-Type exhaust systems are also designed to fit each vehicle perfectly and stand the test of time thanks to quality construction and the use of stainless steel.

In this video, Borla gives us a preview of what the new Ford Maverick S-Type exhaust system will sound like, and right off the bat, it emits a deeper tone upon startup, as well as throughout the rev range. It’s certainly sportier than the stock, rather quiet pipes, and as such, we imagine that more than a few owners will be interested in purchasing it.

We’ll have more parts and accessories to share 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. rangerdanger

    OMG LOL.

    1. Jim Glass

      If it doesn’t to performance/efficiency, a waste of money. If you want a performance truck, get a Raptor.

  2. Pure Sound

    POS sound of an in-line engine.

  3. Mike

    Sound’s like a baseball card in the spokes of a bicycle. Really funny, all bark and NO bite!

  4. Yerd

    Sounds like a 90s civic with the muffler rusted through

  5. TomD

    For the record that sick and not in a good way. To me it sounds like the neighborhood kid that put a two cycle engine on his bicycle,
    I am sick of listening to cars and trucks with 4 cylinder engines tearing around sounding like lawnmowers. Just put it back the way it was. Sound is not going to make it go fast.

  6. blksn8k

    Typical 4 banger fart in a can noise. I’m sure the kids will love it.

    1. finalley99

      I’ve got a Focus RS that I’m QUITE happy with making 425 HP/Tq to the wheels, and soon to be making 500+. I think you sound like a fart in a can

  7. finalley99

    The revs sound like a Focus ST.

  8. Clyde Harold Clevenger

    To sound like a lawn mower in exchange for a small boost in performance seems a bad trade to me.

  9. Gary

    You could have had a V8. I would be embarrassed to drive with that system on my truck

  10. Charles Wade

    Great upgrading the sound! How about filling orders, I placed an order in January 22, still no build date or Vin
    Sure glad I STILL have my 2012 F150.

  11. billbillw

    That sounds like a broken fart machine…
    No Thanks…not on my Maverick.


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