To get the bargain basement price, buyers will have to go for the Maverick XL, which is very much in the spirit of a work truck.
The front-wheel-drive hybrid comes with black plastic bumpers, 17-inch steel wheels and a cloth interior with a power driver’s seat.
Power windows, air conditioning, automatic emergency braking and an Apple CarPlay and Android Auto-compatible infotainment system are standard, but the only available option package adds just blind spot and lane departure warning systems for $ 540. You’ll also have to spend $ 100 for an acessory tow hitch receiver to take advantage of the 191 horsepower pickup’s 2,000-pound trailer rating.
It’s a blank canvas that should appeal to customizers and commercial customers, and its 37 mpg combined fuel economy rating enhances the frugality.
sin embargo, those looking for more capability can step up to the non-hybrid all-wheel-drive model por $ 1,085, which swaps in a 250 hp turbocharged four-cylinder engine with a maximum tow rating of 4,000 libras.