An image has surfaced on the Maverick Truck Club forum that shows some of the exclusive details that come with the Ford Maverick Lariat First Edition. What appears to be a leaked marketing graphic shows the styling and graphics on the compact truck. The truck is finished in Area 51 Blue-Gray, rocks a sporty exterior, and is built starting from the highest Lariat trim.
What Does The Ford Maverick First Edition Come With?
The compact truck gets its clean, sporty look from the gloss black painted roof and mirrors. You’ll notice the bold, black vinyl decal centered on the hood as well as the doors, which look somewhat similar to the graphics on the new 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1. The 18 inch wheels shown in the first edition graphic are only available with the optional 2.0L EcoBoost powertrain while the gloss black 17 inch wheels are found on the standard hybrid models. The doorhandles are also paint-matched to the Ford truck’s body.
A member of the Maverick Truck Club forum also posted a video of the first edition truck out in the wild. Details like the Wildpeak A/T tires, the two-tone seats, the large digital instrument cluster, and (sadly) the dial shifter are observable.
2022 Ford Maverick First Edition Pricing
Since Ford Maverick Lariat First Edition is the current range-topper for the Maverick lineup, the price reflects its status. While the First Edition package itself is only $1,495, the option is only available one you’ve already spec’d out your Maverick in the Lariat trim (starts at $25,490) and added the Lariat Luxury Package ($3,340). If you account for the $1,495 destination and delivery fee, the more expensive 2.0L EcoBoost engine and AWD plus extra options, the first Edition Maverick could easily be a $40,000 compact truck.
The Ford Maverick Lariat First Edition is only available in three colors, the Area 51 Blue-Gray, Carbonized Gray, and Rapid Red. It’s worth playing around with Ford’s Maverick configurator to see what combinations you can come up with. If you’re still not satisfied with the current Ford Maverick XL, XLT, and Lariat trims, there’s still more to come. The Maverick family is expected to grow, and we could see a performance off-road version before too long.
2022 Ford Maverick production is expected to commence this month.