The Ford Maverick was just revealed last year, and though it has already seen tremendous success, we’re already looking to the horizon. This model currently on the market will have a 6-year run before the next-generation tiny truck enters the market. According to AutoForecast Solutions, the next generation of the famous tiny truck will begin production in 2027.
Production is predicted to begin in April 2027 at the Hermosillo plant in Mexico. Meanwhile, the current generation of the tiny truck will likely end production a day before. The current predicted production timeline for the next-generation Ford Maverick will likely end at the beginning of 2033, once again giving the model a 6-year production run before it gets refreshed. We suspect it will, given its popularity.
Ford Maverick Production: Details
As it stands, Ford is offering compensation for those with a 2022 Maverick order on the books that has not yet been built. Supply chain issues and demand appear to be the recurring obstacle for the production of the truck, and as a result, some customers with a 2022 Ford Maverick order have been pushed back into the 2023 model year. However, Ford is offering a discount of as much as $2,750 on their new order to compensate for the delay. However, current price increases for the vehicle and dealer markups may negate any benefits that may have as inflation and dealership greed continues to plague the market.
Our previous reports state that if you have a 2022 Ecoboost Maverick order not being built, you can put your name down for a 2023 gas or hybrid model with a $1,750 discount. Meanwhile, if you have a 2022 Hybrid Maverick order, you can take advantage of an even more significant discount of $2,750. Additionally, a memo sent to Ford dealerships was used to remind dealers to set customers of 2022 Ford Maverick that are still waiting as a higher priority than newer orders, which should help those still waiting to get their vehicle do so even sooner.