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Old 12-31-2021, 11:10 PM   #41 (permalink)
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Old 01-01-2022, 01:15 AM   #42 (permalink)
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The first Maverick Hybrids are in owners hands, quite unfortunate it will take years for some to get their truck.
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The first Maverick Hybrids are in owners hands, quite unfortunate it will take years for some to get their truck.
I wonder what the instant resale value is...on the Bronco here in Reno it's $20 grand over invoice after delivery (used), $60k over invoice at stealership. Think there are 3 that I have seen.
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The first Maverick Hybrids are in owners hands, quite unfortunate it will take years for some to get their truck.
My brother's neighbor here in Phoenix got his this week, four months after ordering. It's the hybrid version, and he paid ~$27,000 for it. It seems like a nice "little" truck (it's a full three feet longer than my truck).
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My brother's neighbor here in Phoenix got his this week, four months after ordering. It's the hybrid version, and he paid ~$27,000 for it. It seems like a nice "little" truck (it's a full three feet longer than my truck).
I should have just ordered a base model, I found out a bit late they existed but the Ford dealer incompetence and the long wait scared me off from ordering in July

Doesn’t help my area is still blacked out for hybrid deliveries either (dealer won’t order one either)

My old Dodge 2wd v8 w/ 83,000 miles keeps nickel and diming me on stupid crap, rusted front end $1600+ but the replacement parts are weaker than the worn out OEM crap on the truck so I keep waiting until I near failure, mechanic says to wait for the Carolina squat to happen before replacement but I would like to be able to drive it on a long drive without worry, last decade has been local low speed service 2-5 miles at a time
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A retired neighbour around the corner just got one, too.

Not sure which flavour... Is there a way to tell from a distance if it's the hybrid or turbo?

Looks like he traded in his F150.
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Not sure, aside from the Hybrid badge on the tailgate.
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I ordered a Maverick hybrid base model with no options on 9-10-2021. Last week, the tracker said it would be delivered to the dealer on 1-1-2021, then today the tracker says it was delivered to the dealer 1-2-2021. I'm eagerly waiting...

Ford stopped taking orders for 2022 hybrid models several weeks ago. I heard that they will start taking orders for 2023 hybrid models mid-summer 2022.

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