New 2023 Ford Maverick with Tremor Package!
2023 Ford Maverick – Overview
With the base XL model starting at just $22,490 and coming standard with a hybrid powertrain good for an EPA-estimated 42 mpg on the highway, Ford introduced the highly anticipated Maverick last year, creating a new entry point for Ford pickup trucks.
Here are the major highlights:
- The new Tremor off-road option for the 2023 Ford Maverick makes its debut and will be offered on the XLT and Lariat models this fall.
- A new all-wheel-drive system, a one-inch raise, unique front, and rear springs and dampers, and Trail Control are all added to the Tremor.
- In addition to purchasing a Maverick XLT or Lariat, the Tremor package will cost an additional $2995.
With 13,258 properties found in 2021 and an additional 38,753 sales in the first half of 2022, The Maverick has shown to be effective.
The Tremor package adds a new all-wheel-drive system with a twin-clutch rear-drive locking differential that should make the compact pickup more adept off-road by allowing it to send nearly all rear axle torque to either wheel.
This package is only available on the more expensive XLT, and Lariat trims are equipped with the turbocharged 2.0-litre inline-four.
The Tremor will have five drive modes that can be selected based on the terrain or whether the driver is towing.
The Tremor can tow a payload of 1200 pounds and pull a load of 2000 pounds, which weighs 300 fewer pounds than the typical Maverick.
The Maverick Tremor also has Trail Control, which controls the throttle and brakes to keep the vehicle moving at a fixed speed as the driver negotiates challenging off-road conditions.
The Tremor rides on the unique front, rear springs, and dampers, receives a one-inch lift, and has modified half-shafts.
A heavy-duty gearbox cooler and revised half-shafts should increase the Tremor’s longevity when used off-road.
The grille, wheels, and front tow hooks all have vivid orange elements that set the Tremor apart.
These tow hooks are located in the front bumper’s newly built skid plates, allowing for a steeper approach angle.
Along with tinted headlights and taillights, the Ford logo has been blackened out, and the 17-inch wheels are coated in a dark grey anodized finish with all-terrain rubber.
The Black Onyx seats inside include Tremor logos and orange stitching.
Additionally, buyers can specify the Tremor Appearance package, which provides carbonized grey paint on the roof, mirror caps, and black graphics on the sides and hood.
A $1495 add-on for the Tremor Appearance package will bring the total to a further $2995.
These costs will be in addition to the Maverick XLT or Lariat’s base price, 2022, and will start at $24,835 and $28335, respectively.
The 2023 Ford Maverick goes into production in the fall, and the Tremor becomes available for order in September.