Ford Authority

2024 Ford Maverick Lariat Lineup Gets Changed Substantially

The 2024 Ford Maverick order banks open soon, and in the lead up to that significant date, we’ve been getting more details about what the upcoming model year changeover will mean for customers. As Ford Authority previously reported, some 2023 Maverick orders will most likely be pushed to 2024, as the company is facing supply chain issues that prevent it from producing hybrid models. That issue has seemingly also resulted in the hybrid engine being dropped as the standard powerplant in favor of the 2.0L EcoBoost I-4. Now sources have confirmed that changes to the Lariat that have surfaced online are accurate, with the trim adding previously optional packages and features as standard.

The biggest change coming to the 2024 Ford Maverick Lariat involves the Lariat Luxury Package, which becomes standard. That alone represents a huge shift from 2023, due to the contents of the package and the higher base price those features will now add to every Lariat-equipped pickup. As a reminder, the Lariat Luxury Package includes the following:

● 4-Way Headrest (Front)
● 400W Inverter (Cab + Bed Incl Cubby Cover) w/ USB Console Rear
● B&O Sound System by Bang & Olufsen, 8-Speakers including Subwoofer, Voice-Activated Touchscreen Navigation System with Pinch-to-Zoom Capability, SiriusXM
Traffic and Travel Link
● Electronic Brake Boost for 2.0L EcoBoost
● Full-Size Spare std w/ 2.5L Hybrid Engine
● Heated Mirror
● Heated Seats
● Heated Steering Wheel
● LED Box Lighting
● SiriusXM radio
● SYNC 3
– Enhanced Voice Recognition Communications and Entertainment System
– 8” LCD Capacitive Touchscreen in Center Stack with Swipe Capability
– AppLink
– 911 Assist
– Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
– Smart-Charging USB ports – two (2)
● Trailer Hitch Receiver w/ 4-Pin Connector
● Windshield Wiper De-Icer
● Wireless Charging Pad

Aside from the Lariat Luxury Package, the Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist Package will also be standard on the 2024 Ford Maverick Lariat. That package currently includes adaptive cruise control, evasive steering assist, and rear parking sensors. For 2023, it required customers to order the Lariat Luxury Package and the Ford Co-Pilot360 packages, but both of those are standard for 2024 too. Two other changes will also be made for all Lariat models: the spay-in bedliner is now standard, and body-color side mirrors caps are being dropped in favor of black-painted side mirror caps.

These changes practically guarantee that the 2024 Ford Maverick Lariat will be more expensive than the current version, although the extent of the change will not be known until pricing is officially released, as the company may not fully pass along the cost of the packages that are currently optional. As it stands, the addition of the Lariat Luxury Package ($2,610), Ford Co-Pilot360 Package ($650), and Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist Package ($750) adds $4,010 to the price of a base 2023 Lariat. Aside from these changes, a street performance-oriented package appears to be in the cards for XLT and Lariat as well.

We’ll have more on the 2024 Ford Maverick soon, so subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford Maverick news, and for comprehensive Ford news coverage.

Ed owns a 1986 Ford Taurus LX, and he routinely daydreams about buying another one, a fantasy that may someday become a reality.

Subscribe to Ford Authority

For around-the-clock Ford news coverage

We'll send you one email per day with the latest Ford updates. It's totally free.


  1. Jill Vogel

    For 2024 Lariat Maverick: Will the BLACK OUT package be available as was offered on 2023??
    Will black wheels be included? Will black non-cloth interior (synthetic leather) for seats be available?? PLEASE PROVIDE link to full pdf when 2024 Maverick specs are released.

    1. Drew Ford Retiree

      Blackout packages suck. Hate them. Makes me wonder of the mentality of anyone wanting them…. Too slovenly to want to keep wheels clean?

      1. James

        I guess everyone should bow down to your opinion. I prefer black wheels and murdered out body and also could not care less what you think about it.

  2. Jeff

    Ford is trying hard to make the Maverick a $45,000 truck to get a better profit margin. Great job Ford. Glad it will make them more money than the 23 XL hybrid that will never be built for me.

    1. John Morell

      Yes they are its all about the money to them not Quantity control.
      I will not buy anymore Ford Vehicles.

  3. Richard Hufstedler

    The price hike sucks! I ordered my Maverick and agreed with the price!
    Ford couldn’t build it in time for delivery , so now I’m going to have to pay a lot more for the Maverick that was expected!
    Thanks Ford, I only worked for you for 36&1/2 years to get screwed over again!

    1. John Morell

      Buy Toyota Pathfinder the asshole running things needs to go asap.

      1. Lurch

        Toyota Tacoma or Nissan Pathfinder.

    2. tlh

      If you have your dealer rollover your order whit same order number you get the ’23 price protection,so relax!

    3. robert jones

      yep, i feel the same say richard. I only work 30.9 years at cleveland engine.

  4. Bill Byrne

    YEAH !!!!! I ordered in 2021 , a 2022 never got it was reordered in oct 2022 as a 2023 base xl was $21590 w/shipping now a 2024 xl hybrid is 26495!! only $4925 higher !! took over 18 months- I got a santa cruz ,Base SE ,now the Maverick comes in !!! dealer was happy as they sold it for $5000 over sticker

  5. Jorge Acosta

    Yeah Mavericks, the truck, not the team. Most surest way to get a high demand auto- Maverick – is Not to go thru the Ford order banks. I’ve had mine for 15 months now. I went to several dealerships until I found one willing to work with me by notifying me when they received a physical truck from a canceled order. It only took 4 months. Spikes Ford in Mission TX. Ask for Dominick.

  6. Cynthia Czuchaj

    If there is no Hybrid what is the MPG going to be? If its not in the 30s it’s see you later bye for me!

    1. Del Luchi

      I’m getting 37mpg on my 2022 Maverick hybrid.

  7. Cynthia Czuchaj

    Can you use your Friends and Family discount when ordering the Maverick?

  8. Jim glass

    Uh oh! In other words, mandatory options? This may relate to the upcoming Ram truck?

  9. Tim Bartz

    2024 will NOT get the ST version. This is a carryover model year, not many changes other than the fully loaded Lariat changes.

  10. Thomas

    Reminds me of those small Japanese pickup trucks, mostly.

  11. David

    When will the lariat maverick get remote folding mirrors. Mine is scratched up and that would stop it all. Need to add it on luxury package

  12. Bill Amick

    When I was bumped to 2023 Lariat Ford made a fair adjustment in price. I got a lot more truck for a small increase and so far am very pleased with my hybrid Maverick.

    After 6000 miles I’ve a averaged 36 mpg and gotten as much as 39.

    Climbed the Pikes Peak Highway with no complaint whatsoever, nor any appreciable performance issues xlimbing from 6500 to 14000 feet.

    Cruises comfortably in Eco mode at 80mph.

    Fit and finish is well done. All in all, I’m very pleased so far.

    Folks bumped from 23 to 24 models, sit tight. It may be worth the wait.

    Caveat: I waited 18 months from Date I ordered 22 to when I got my 23. That was absurd, but I wasn’t in a hurry.

  13. Outlook214

    I don’t blame Ford one bit. They are adding content which will (theoretically) simplify production and should* improve quality. Ford introduced what the market has needed for over 15 years: A small affordable compact that actually looks like a truck and not a crossover with a bed. It’s not their fault we live in a society full of people willing to pay mid-size and full-size prices for this vehicle. I was interested in an XLT AWD for under $30k for my wife. We were not willing to pay the ludicrous ADM’s and bought a Hyundai SUV instead. Mavericks are not worth (to me) what others are willing to pay. The Hyundai has been great, and my loyalty has left Ford after 22 years. I hope this little game Farley is playing works out for them. They abandoned car people, are being left behind in the SUV market and are committed to an EV market that is years off……

  14. Onslow

    So now this truck is priced out of reach for its original market.

  15. grumpyunk

    Apparently FoMoCo does not need entry level buyers. I am sure all those buyers wanting a Maverick that wandered off(that’s what Mavericks do) to other brands will come running back when they go to trade up or trade in. Actually, if they have decent experience with the brand they ran off with, they won’t be back. FoMoCo stiffed them with the offered vehicle they did not produce. I do not know if they could expand production like they did for the Falcon and Mustang back in the 1960’s but they sure did not seem to get off fheir duff to pump up Maverick output. The want to protect their cash cow, F-150, and the F-150 people at Ford have big feet to stomp on other models possible inroads into their sales.
    Too bad they don’t realize the Maverick market does not include any(many?) potential F-150 buyers. And the F-150 market depends on people being able to afford something, ANYTHING at a Ford Dealer in order to even bother looking after getting the palm-to-the-face from Ford when looking for a Maverick.
    Insult your potential market, push potential customers out of the showroom and off to competitors just to protect a market that should not need protection.
    Glad I do not own stock in a company that treats customers so rudely.
    I have a A51 XLT FWD that I find to be the best vehicle I have ever purchased, but find FoMoCo to be acting like a spoiled teenage brat that did not get what they want so will stamp their feet and say: No, we will NOT meet the demand… for Bronco, Maverick, and anthing else the public wants, such as an affordable work truck. $50k is not affordable.

  16. Papi Gil

    I ordered a 2023 Maverick Lariat (Hybrid) on 09/15/2022 with all the bells and whistles, to include the spray-on bedliner and tri-fold hard cover the morning of the opening banks for the 2023 model year. I get the notification from the dealer on 07/17/2023 that the 2023 Hybrid model most likely will not be built before October/November, 2023, so I needed to update my Hybrid order for 2024. The dealer said most likely, the 2024 WILL NOT have the Hybrid motor but will be the Eco boost gas engine. Low and behold, I get the updated Doc-U-Sign for the 2024 and it still shows the Hybrid motor as well as a cost increase of $1,500.00. The dealer said it will not come with the bedliner or hardcover as was in the previous 2023 order. If I wanted them, the dealer will have both installed for an additional $1,600.00. I see something major going on with these orders and I know I am not alone. From what I am gathering, people are canceling their orders and the dealership(s) are keeping the Mavericks and placing them on their lots with a markup of $10,00.00. Ummm, can someone say conspiracy? I am sure lawyers are going to get involved with this as a “Class Action” lawsuit in the future. Ford, please make this right and ensure those who carry your product Do Not rip-off your present or future customers.


Leave a comment