Also, the XL trim level now comes with cruise control as a standard feature, and SYNC 3 now comes with a voice-activated touchscreen satellite navigation system. The Lariat Luxury Package includes the second one. The XLT and Lariat both have the Tremor Off-Road Package. The Tremor Off-Road Package is needed to get the Tremor Appearance Package.
The XLT Luxury Package from Ford has a few new features. The drop-in bedliner and bed tie-down rails will be available as stand-alone options in 2023. Remote start can also be used on its own. Updates to the Lariat Luxury Package are the same as those to the XLT Luxury Package. As if FoMoCo wasn’t already greedy enough, get ready for another blow below the belt. Adaptive Cruise Control, Evasive Steer Assist, and rear parking sensors have been moved to the Co-Pilot360 Assist Package, because ka-ching!
When we talk about money, the XL FWD now costs $22,195, not including the $1,495 destination charge. The 2022 Ford Maverick, on the other hand, used to cost $19,995, but Ford raised the MSRP to $20,995.
The XLT costs $24,455, the Lariat costs $27,955, and the long-awaited Tremor Off-Road Package can be bought for $2,995. That would be $4,490 with the Tremor Appearance Package. So, you can expect the build and price to go live in early October.