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2025 Ford Maverick Tremor Spotted Undisguised With New Tires

Over the past several months, Ford Authority has spotted quite a few 2025 Ford Maverick pickups out testing – in many cases, wearing no camouflage whatsoever – giving us a pretty good idea of what to expect from the compact pickup’s very first refresh. However, while we’ve seen everything from base XL-trimmed pickups to rather sporty-looking Lariats that could be performance-focused models or just optional packages, we had yet to spot a 2025 Ford Maverick Tremor – until now, at least, and this one – a 2025 Ford Maverick Lariat equipped with the Tremor Off-Road Package – features a pretty notable update compared to the outgoing model.

That update pertains to the tires fitted to this 2025 Ford Maverick Tremor prototype – Goodyear Wrangler Territory RT rubber – a change from the current model, which comes equipped with Falken Wildpeak A/T tires. Aside from that change, this 2025 Ford Maverick Tremor prototype features the same updated front end styling as others we’ve come across recently, along with a new front bumper and 360-degree camera system. Otherwise, there aren’t many differences here, as this prototype sports the same wheels and Avalanche paint used on the existing model.

It’s worth noting that the 2025 Ford Bronco Sport Badlands – itself in line to receive a mid-cycle refresh for the new model year – was also recently spotted wearing the same exact Goodyear tires, which signals that both off-road-focused models are set to make that switch.

Along with this update, the 2025 Ford Maverick lineup is set to receive a few other changes as part of its forthcoming refresh, as Ford Authority has covered extensively in recent months. That includes the addition of the aforementioned “performance-focused” model, or what could be an optional, sporty package.

Additionally, the 2025 Ford Maverick is slated to add at least one new exterior color option, and will seemingly continue to be offered with the Black Appearance Package as well. Consumers may also get the chance to purchase an all-wheel drive hybrid version of the Maverick for the first time, while a new, larger infotainment screen has been spotted inside the cabin.

We’ll have more on the 2025 Ford Maverick soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Maverick news and non-stop 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. Jasy

    I mean – couldn’t Ford have aligned the small bump in the hood to match the new grill?….it’s kinda ridiculous that this is a ‘refresh’ but the hood matches the old grill design LOL…

  2. Kevin

    The grill and tires are fine…. But This bumper feels like a xl sleeves your mom said you’ll grow into but never shrinks.

  3. Ronald Keith

    The new front end is a caricature of the Ranger grill.

  4. Mr Mike

    I’m more than happy with my 2024 CG XL ,WOULDN’T change one thing,but to each his own!

  5. Spencer

    I like the new front end EXCEPT on the Tremor. This just don’t look right to me…i dont like it….theres nothing that sets it apart from the other 25 Mavericks. On the 23-24 Tremor, thw front end is not only unique but it also looks badass

  6. Travis

    The head lights are horrible. The shrinking head lights on all the newer vehicles looks horrible.

  7. NMK

    Ugh. Another wanna be tough, weak little truck. What the Maverick needs is an ST trim. Call it a “Street truck”. Make it lower and performance oriented. This whole “everybody wants to look tough” crap needs to stop. Nobody is actually off-roading any of these vehicles. The most hard core activity they see is splashing through puddles in the mall parking lot.


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