While there are plenty of reasons that the 2022 Maverick stands apart from the state of play in the truck world right now, it’s Ford’s refreshingly blunt approach to design and accessories that might be the most shocking. Yes, the Maverick may be priced from an unprecedented $20k (plus destination), and it may be the first pickup in the market to come with a hybrid drivetrain as standard, but it’s how the cabin looks, feels, and adapts that I suspect will have a longer lasting impact on owners.
Indeed, while the Maverick may be Ford’s smallest pickup, it’s arguably the one bursting with the most ideas.
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