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Ford Maverick 2.0L EcoBoost Sport Exhaust Systems Revealed

Owners of Ford Maverick pickups equipped with the turbocharged 2.0L I-4 EcoBoost engine already have several aftermarket exhaust systems to choose from, a list that includes MRT’s Sport, Street Performance, and Street Performance dual-tip setups, along with MagnaFlow’s Street Series cat-back performance exhaust system. Now, Ford Performance is getting in on that particular segment as well, thanks to the launch of two new Ford Maverick Sport exhaust systems that have just been added to The Blue Oval catalog.

2022-2024 Ford Maverick Sport Exhaust System With Chrome Tips

The first of these two Ford Maverick Sport exhaust systems is finished in chrome and is listed in the Ford Performance catalog under part number M-5200-MVC. It fits all 2022-2024 Maverick pickups equipped with the 2.0L I-4 EcoBoost powerplant and is made from high quality 304 stainless steel with ultra-smooth mandrel bends, warp-free flanges, and superior craftsmanship, according to the automaker. This particular exhaust system utilizes a dual-side exit with chrome-plated three-inch stainless steel tips, too.

Next up, we have the Ford Maverick Sport exhaust system in black, which is listed for sale under part number M-5200-MVB. It’s precisely the same in every single aspect as the chrome exhaust system, but features black chrome-plated three-inch stainless steel tips instead of chrome pieces.

2022-2024 Ford Maverick Sport Exhaust System With Black Tips

Both of these new Maverick Sport exhaust systems are designed and tuned to provide “an aggressive and throaty high-performance sound,” according to Ford, which should make them appealing for those that want to make their pickups sound a bit more aggressive than stock. Both exhaust systems are available to purchase now via the Ford Performance catalog or one’s preferred dealer, and each has an MSRP of $995.

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. Glenn A Marcucio

    I’ll purchase one when they come out with a dual exhaust system. Pipes exiting both sides of the vehicle! Like Honda Ridgeline has. Honda can make it as standard equipment, but Ford can’t even make it an option.

    1. ml c

      Now if only you could figure a way to eliminate the turbo, as that will flow exhaust gas better and stop restricting it and perhaps have add quad pipes, one for each cylinder! 4 straight up through the hood? Awesome dude! Sure it will be slower but hey!

  2. Mrx19

    If you haven’t heard the active exhaust on the new four cylinder Mustang, suggest you do so before you waste 1k. Pretty sad.

  3. Lurch

    If it doesn’t improve performance, it’s just showing off at the sideshow.

  4. Wright

    All noise with no go


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