Ford Maverick Hybrid Gets Official MPG Rating

Ford Maverick

Ford has been talking a lot about the 2022 Ford Maverick and its standard hybrid powertrain. Now we know exactly how fuel-efficient this hybrid powertrain is: the EPA’s official estimate says that the Maverick achieves 42 mpg in the city. [1]

The Ford Maverick might have a high estimated fuel efficiency, but that doesn’t mean this truck cannot perform like its bigger Ford truck siblings. Its base towing capacity is 2,000 pounds when properly equipped and can go all the way up to 4,000 pounds with an additional trailering package. The Ford Maverick is also capable of handling up to 1,500 pounds payload in its bed. The Maverick’s truck bed is unique, with a multi-position tailgate and FLEXBED system to make sure that everything stays both secured and organized.

If you are going to be headed over particularly rough terrain with the Ford Maverick, you can upgrade to the truck with a gas engine and 4×4 powertrain.

The interior of the Ford Maverick truck can handle up to five passengers with plenty of legroom and headroom. Drivers will appreciate the Apple CarPlay® and Android™ Auto connectivity to their smartphones, and their passengers will love using the available built-in modem to connect up to 10 devices to Wi-Fi®.

Looking to get behind the wheel of this clean, green, capable truck? Check out the 2022 Ford Maverick at Sour Lake Ford in Sour Lake, Texas.

[1] EPA-estimated rating of 42 city/33 highway/37 combined mpg. Actual mileage will vary.