The 2024 Ford Maverick order banks are opening soon, and as a result, information about the model year changeover are starting to leak. As Ford Authority previously reported, the lineup will now come standard with the 2.0L EcoBoost while making the hybrid optional. Additionally, the Lariat Luxury Package will now be standard on that trim, which will no doubt raise its price. And now, sources have confirmed that online reports about changes to the Tremor lineup are accurate as well.
The 2024 Ford Maverick Tremor receives two big changes for the upcoming model year. For starters, it will gain decals for the hood and door, although it is not clear what they will look like. Fortunately, should those decals turn off prospective buyers, a graphic delete option will be added. Additionally, the Tremor Off-Road Appearance Package will not be a part of the lineup, as the company opted to delete it. The package includes a hood and lower door Carbonized Gray graphic decal, Carbonized Gray roof, Carbonized Gray door handles on Lariat, and Carbonized Gray door handles on Lariat and XLT pickups equipped with the XLT Luxury Package. Since this package contained decals that sound suspiciously similar to the ones that every future Tremor will offer, it is possible that the company decided to simply switch them to the upcoming model while ditching everything else. The Tremor Off-Road Package currently costs $3,000 on XLT and Lariat.
The upcoming changes to the 2024 Ford Maverick lineup may be supplemented by a new addition to the model range as well. Photographers recently spotted a Maverick XLT hybrid and Lariat EcoBoost clearly featuring some type of lowered suspension setup. It is unclear if the option will be paired with actual performance upgrades or is simply meant to be more of a cosmetic appearance package.