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Old 09-28-2022, 11:35 AM   #1
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I was going to order a 2023 Ford Maverick for an economical commuter/kayak hauler but found out they already shut off all new orders. The order bank was only open for 5 days when they shut it down because demand exceeded what they could produce. This is stupid. The same thing happened with the 2022's. If the demand is that strong wouldn't you want to ramp up production?
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Old 09-28-2022, 11:36 AM   #2
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Old 09-28-2022, 11:39 AM   #3
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No. Keeps the price high. And, a lot of mfg is now just in time.

That was a lesson learned due to covid.

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Old 09-28-2022, 11:41 AM   #4
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I just read an article that said the a lot of people who purchased the '22 model won't receive until '23 because production on it is such a mess.
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Old 09-28-2022, 11:42 AM   #5
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Definitely weird times with manufacturers. Used to be that they would ramp up production to meet demand. But I think that they've figured out if they reduce the supply they can hold hostage the user for higher prices... on all vehicles, not just the ones in high demand.

I'm no expert and I didn't stay at a Holiday Inn Express. I'm just trying to make sense of what we've seen over the past 2 years with used and new vehicle prices.
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Old 09-28-2022, 11:44 AM   #6
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With labor shortages I wonder if ramping up production isn’t as easy as it used to be?
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Old 09-28-2022, 11:48 AM   #7
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It's probably going to take that entire year to produce the trucks they get orders for. So danged if they do, danged if they don't. Would you want to be put on a list for a 2023 that you won't get until 2024 or later?
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Old 09-28-2022, 11:51 AM   #8
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Get a Ranger, my Tremor is doing pretty good so far.
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Nope. But I see this being a long term issue. And blaming Biden is just wrong. Shutting down and starting the free money flow started with Trump. Now people just don't want to work.
But manufacturers here aren't the only issue. A lot of Chinese built parts aren't getting done because of the extended drought and power shortages there.
It's been a perfect storm of events no one person has control over.

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Old 09-28-2022, 11:58 AM   #10
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Get a Ranger, my Tremor is doing pretty good so far.
IF I thought I could really get 28 mpg consistently I would get one in a heart beat but the people I know driving them as fleet vehicles are getting more like 20 mpg in real world milage.
I'm hearing legitimate 30mpg for the maverick 2.0 AWD ecoboost.
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Old 09-28-2022, 12:19 PM   #11
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With labor shortages I wonder if ramping up production isnít as easy as it used to be?
Not enough labor is real. I donít know how so many are surviving without a job. The IRS canít even fill the 87,000 agents they are trying to hire.
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IF I thought I could really get 28 mpg consistently I would get one in a heart beat but the people I know driving them as fleet vehicles are getting more like 20 mpg in real world milage.
I'm hearing legitimate 30mpg for the maverick 2.0 AWD ecoboost.
Yes the 28 was all highways miles driving the speed limit. I've been getting anywhere from 21 to 25 driving a mix of highway and city. Still a lot better than the 14/15 I was getting.
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Old 09-28-2022, 12:23 PM   #13
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The IRS canít even fill the 87,000 agents they are trying to hire.
Probably because your automatically ruled out if you have any right leaning principles/values.
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Old 09-28-2022, 12:37 PM   #14
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I wouldn’t own anything made from 2021 to 2023 I’ve heard some vehicles are getting delivered without basic components because of no quality control.
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Old 09-28-2022, 12:41 PM   #15
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Obviously, there are lots of different variables in play as mentioned in this thread already. Seems a lot of new vehicle orders take 4-6 months to be delivered to the dealership, with the time often depending on the amount of options and availability for parts/components for the options, etc.

With that being said, although hearsay info, I've spoken with a few Ford sales people over the past year and they seem to believe Ford purposely cuts off orders early for certain makes/models to keep the demand high. The new Bronco is a prime example of this.
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Old 09-28-2022, 01:28 PM   #16
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Ordered one on the last day. Was told I may make the cut to get one or wait till 24. And a 6 month wait to get it if I’m lucky.
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Probably because your automatically ruled out if you have any right leaning principles/values.
Or are unwilling to kill someone because they didn't pay their taxes. LOL
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Old 09-28-2022, 02:03 PM   #18
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No. Keeps the price high. And, a lot of mfg is now just in time.

That was a lesson learned due to covid.


My buddy is 10,451 for the Tesla truck.......he realizes it will be at least 2 years. Not even a issue .
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Old 09-28-2022, 02:42 PM   #19
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Ordered one on the last day. Was told I may make the cut to get one or wait till 24. And a 6 month wait to get it if Iím lucky.
Which model did you get and did they guarantee you msrp price?
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Old 09-28-2022, 02:52 PM   #20
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I think it is a parts shortage still rather than labor shortage. They have laid people off recently. They could easily put them back to work if they had parts. Hell, they shut one plant down because they ran out of blue ovals. How does that happen when you are Ford?
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Old 09-28-2022, 05:55 PM   #21
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I “reserved” a 2022 in May. Dealer said that Ford wouldn’t accept orders until August 2nd. I just got notice a week ago 9-21, my 2023 Maverick order has been placed. Base price went up a bit but I was informed it probably would.

I got the cheapest, ugliest XL Model they offer. It will strictly be a commuter truck for the next couple of years until I retire.

I’m keeping my Tundra.
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Old 09-28-2022, 08:21 PM   #22
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A guy I work with ordered 2 of them before the cut off date.
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Which model did you get and did they guarantee you msrp price?
Xl and msrp plus ttl on my order sheet in writing.
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Xl and msrp plus ttl on my order sheet in writing.
Thatís what I got.
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Old 09-29-2022, 11:34 AM   #25
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I did a search to see if I could find any currently for sale. The dealers typically are asking 10000 over msrp. That is insane on a 25-30 thousand dollar vehicle.
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Ordered mine in February had it in 90 days AWD EB XLT OTD 28k .. love it


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Took a while to get my 2022 but I’ve enjoyed it, perfect for getting to ranch and fetching feed.
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Why are these is such demand and if they are why haven't other manufacturers jumped on creating a similar vechicle? I saw this youtube clip where the exhaust on one is already rusting out after only a few miles due to cheaper materials they use to build these https://youtu.be/NYUZNkfYvTE?t=651. While its a neat concept I don't feel these cars with a bed are going to be very durable long term
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What’s so special about a baby truck? Seriously.
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Whatís so special about a baby truck? Seriously.


Superior gas mileage, ease of parking, ease of negotiating tight parking lots, while still being able to carry decent loads and getting much better fuel economy when loaded.


Midsized trucks today are the same size as full size trucks from the early 90ís. Most people that want a full size truck donít really have a need for one, nor do they typically use even half of a full size truckís capabilities. My wife and I are a perfect example of that. We will occasionally tow a small 2k pound cargo trailer and frequently have folding chairs and a cooler in the bed. The only reason we didnít look at the Maverick is because of my wifeís preferences. When it comes down to it though, a Maverick would be perfect for us.
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Why are these is such demand and if they are why haven't other manufacturers jumped on creating a similar vechicle? I saw this youtube clip where the exhaust on one is already rusting out after only a few miles due to cheaper materials they use to build these https://youtu.be/NYUZNkfYvTE?t=651. While its a neat concept I don't feel these cars with a bed are going to be very durable long term
Lots of folks bought those things. Like you I canít imagine why. I guess I should take the trunk lid off my VWPassat and sell it as a legit 35mpg corn hauler
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Why are these is such demand and if they are why haven't other manufacturers jumped on creating a similar vechicle? I saw this youtube clip where the exhaust on one is already rusting out after only a few miles due to cheaper materials they use to build these https://youtu.be/NYUZNkfYvTE?t=651. While its a neat concept I don't feel these cars with a bed are going to be very durable long term


Manufacturers are slow to bring new vehicles(not just redesigned or rebadged) to market. It takes time to design the chassis, body, and drivetrain. Even if the drivetrain is borrowed from an existing vehicle. Then you have to crash test the vehicles, get them EPA certified(even if it is an existing drivetrain), and get the manufacturing infrastructure retooled to build the new vehicle as well as the assembly line workers trained. Not to mention real world testing, and all of that has to be done before production can start. At best, it takes 2-3 years. It is a long drawn out process.


As far as inferior parts being used, that did not start with the pandemic. I saw a video recently of a 2019 Chevy truck that was so rusted underneath that ground studs could be pulled off of the truck with your bare hands.
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Old 11-06-2022, 04:16 PM   #34
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I just read an article that said the a lot of people who purchased the '22 model won't receive until '23 because production on it is such a mess.
That's me ...I am him. Had to reorder a 23. Finally got a vin and a build date. I have a second order in for a 23 out of Kansas.
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Lots of folks bought those things. Like you I canít imagine why. I guess I should take the trunk lid off my VWPassat and sell it as a legit 35mpg corn hauler
Your Passat is AWD, has a payload capacity of 1500lbs and can pull 4K??

To be honest they are pretty whimpy looking trucksÖbut I recently ordered one though. Iíll use it strictly as a commuter vehicle for the great fuel mileage. It will be handy to be able to take a few bags of corn down a bumpy county road in it every now and then alsoÖ When I need to do real truck stuff Iíll just use my 1 ton diesel.
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Nothing IMO. Itís a ridge line with a blue oval.


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Your Passat is AWD, has a payload capacity of 1500lbs and can pull 4K??

To be honest they are pretty whimpy looking trucksÖbut I recently ordered one though. Iíll use it strictly as a commuter vehicle for the great fuel mileage. It will be handy to be able to take a few bags of corn down a bumpy county road in it every now and then alsoÖ When I need to do real truck stuff Iíll just use my 1 ton diesel.
Same for me. When my work car goes tits up thinking about getting one of these.

I want one with the limited slip clutches in the rear though. Supposedly the 2023 trenor package will get them.

Hopefully in the future nore packages will include them.
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Your Passat is AWD, has a payload capacity of 1500lbs and can pull 4K??

To be honest they are pretty whimpy looking trucksÖbut I recently ordered one though. Iíll use it strictly as a commuter vehicle for the great fuel mileage. It will be handy to be able to take a few bags of corn down a bumpy county road in it every now and then alsoÖ When I need to do real truck stuff Iíll just use my 1 ton diesel.
Itís front wheel drive and Iím sure I could stuff 1500 lbs in it and during the big freeze I cut tracks on highway 183 for 30 miles. Stopped to check on a guy in a 250 4wd who was spinning all 4 in the ditch
As far as the maverick goes, Iím just funnin
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Itís a 4 dr EL Camino
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The jerky brakes are a problem that a LOT of hybrid cars have a problem with. It is VERY difficult to get the programming down for the transition between regenerative braking and the friction brakes. The reason why manufacturers are so hesitant to do anything about it is a change to the programming for the regenerative braking would require a recertification from the EPA because the fuel economy would be altered ever so slightly. The recertification is VERY expensive and is not a cost that a manufacturer plans on.


Does that make it right? Absolutely not. Problems like this should be addressed. But it is not just a simple reprogramming that dealerships are allowed to do that would fix this issue. Iíve personally dealt with similar issues with Toyota and KIA. Neither Toyota nor KIA ever did anything to fix the issues either.
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Could totally see why a city dwellers would want one. 95% of TBHers are NOT the target market.
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if you want one put your name in with all the area Ford dealers. Thats how I got my 22 FX4 AWD Lariet. I get multiple calls from dealers almost weekly. People order them and get tired of waiting. I love mine getting about 25 city driving and 31 hwy.
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There is a 2022 Maverick at the Ford dealership in DeSoto. Been seeing it when running up and down 35. Looked it up and they are asking $39K for it.
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