Ford announced that the all-new 2022 Ford Maverick Hybrid pickup has achieved an EPA-estimated rating of 42 mpg city. The 2.5L hybrid has an EPA-estimated rating of 37 mpg combined, 33 mpg highway, and an EPA-estimated range of more than 500 miles on a single tank of gas.
“Our team set out to redefine what a truck could be with Maverick, and we’ve done that with an EPA-estimated 42 mpg city that beats the 2022 Honda Civic 1.5L four-cylinder automatic (variable gear ratio) gasoline engine. At the same time, Maverick offers room for five and plenty of towing and hauling for weekend trips or do-it-yourself projects,” said Chris Mazur, Ford Maverick chief engineer.
Maverick uses Ford’s fourth-generation hybrid propulsion system, which includes an all-new 2.5L Atkinson cycle hybrid engine and electronic continuously variable transmission. Its briefcase-size, liquid-cooled lithium-ion battery is packaged smartly below the second-row seats rather than occupying a significant portion of the cargo area.
Maverick Hybrid is expected to start shipping in December with the first customer deliveries expected in January 2022 so required state and federal emissions certification can be completed.
Due to high demand, all Maverick Hybrid production for the 2022 model year is expected to be fully reserved by early November. Once all 2022 Maverick Hybrids have been reserved, ordering for Maverick Hybrid will close until reopening next summer.
Customers are still able to place orders for Maverick with the 2.0L EcoBoost engine, which is already on sale and off to a fast start with more on their way to dealers and customers nationwide.
Originally posted on Work Truck Online