The 2022 Ford Maverick retail order book ends today
In December 2021, as Ford book order comparison for 2022 Maverick Hybrid and F-150 Lightning pickup trucks against production capacity, Automakers close retail orders for both models. A month later, Ford also turned off the lights on the standard gas-powered 2022 Maverick. The company sent a letter to agency on Monday let them know that as of the close of business on Thursday, January 27th – that is, today – they will not be able to place new orders for any Maverick 2022. A Ford spokesperson said Deep Talk to Detroit Free Press, “We’re trying to manage our customers’ expectations about time.” Hermosillo, Mexico, the Maverick factory and its mate, Bronco Sportis “full steam run”.
Deep tell Freep“Customers can still buy Maverick in batches at their local Ford dealer. We will begin ordering Maverick 2023 starting in the summer,” which means in August when the 2023 models are about to hit the market. The only chance for anyone to get a new 2022 Maverick is to either have a confirmed order or find one across multiple dealers. That second option will be difficult even though Ford is still trying to fulfill orders in the dealer’s inventory. According to a Edmunds analyst, Maverick spent just four days on dealer lots, which “transfer as fast as any vehicle in the industry” with an average transaction price of around $28,000 against its entry price of $21,490. For anyone who hasn’t grasped the latest information about car priceCox Automotive recently reported that the average price old car just hit the $28,000 mark. Of course, that doesn’t affect the house’s ADM which is still hitting 5 figures across the country. ONE Maverick Truck Club Forum topics include screenshot of some Maverick ads around the country, one seller asking $54,999 for a used 2022 Maverick Hybrid, two-wheel drive with a range of 30 km.
The automaker has asked Mavericks rental executives to return them to the company for retail sale. A dealer in Los Angeles said he received one of the returns and sold it to someone on his waiting list 10 days before the pickup arrived. agency. Considering the frenzy continues, those who decided Maverick simply had to have a custom order should have their name on the waiting list right now. Deep says that for those willing to endure slow sales, “a good dealer will take your name and number and call you back.”