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Scout Tuktut Is New Camper Option For Ford Maverick Owners

The Ford Maverick has been a smash hit since the day the compact pickup launched, offering up stellar fuel economy and truck-like utility at a bargain basement price. As such, it’s no surprise that the Maverick has enjoyed a robust flow of new aftermarket parts and accessories in recent months, including an active cargo system from Leitner Designs and a platform camper from GFC. Now, those interesting in using their Ford Maverick for overnight stays in the wilderness have yet another option in that category – the Scout Tuktut.

Ford Maverick Scout Tuktut Camper - Interior 001

The Scout Tuktut was created by Adventurer Manufacturing and is a hard side, non-slide cabover camper designed to be lightweight and affordable with plenty of customization options available to suit everyone’s needs. It joins the company’s existing lineup of Kenai, Olympic, and Yoho campers, but is smaller, making it the perfect fit for the Ford Maverick, as well as other vehicles like the Jeep Gladiator, Ford Ranger, and Toyota Tacoma.

Weighing in at 634 pounds dry, the Scout Tuktut is also 300 pounds lighter than the Yoho, and it’s being sold as somewhat of a blank canvas on which owners can build to their specific taste or needs. There are a grand total of six Explore Series modules that owners can configure in various ways inside the Tuktut, and Adventurer Manufacturing even offers an upfitting guide for those that want to customize it even further.

Ford Maverick Scout Tuktut Camper - Exterior 002 - Front

The Scout Tuktut is quite affordable with a starting price tag of $16,500, but that price can obviously increase quickly depending on how one options it. Those options include things like removable camper jacks, bed rail runners, and bunk extensions, in addition to the aforementioned interior choices. Regardless, given how light and customizable it is, we imagine that Maverick owners looking to camp out in their vehicles will find it to be a compelling option in an increasingly competitive marketplace.

We’ll have more on the Maverick soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Maverick news and ongoing 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. Rosko

    MSRP starts at $16,500…well until the dealerships get ahold of them. 😜

  2. Mike K

    Ford needs to build my Maverick I ordered last year. Camper is useless without a truck!

  3. Steve

    A dangerous looking took took is right. Maybe it will sell in Thailand. I don’t think anybody is gonna bite on the camper thing. I like my Maverick Tremor and all but this is dumb. If anybody buys this I bet all their friends make fun. Seriously, If you were gonna get this, get it on a Silverado.

  4. chuck garrison



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