Video Reviews for Ford Maverick Tremor 2023

Ford had a hit with the launch of the 2022 Maverick compact pickup truck. The automaker received so many orders and saw demand so strong that it had to close the order books to take a break. With order banks reopening for 2023, Ford has announced the Maverick Tremor, an entry-level truck with lighter off-road trims and improved suspension.

It’s worth noting that the truck was already available with Ford’s FX4 Off-Road Package, which adds unique wheels, all-terrain tires and improved engine cooling. The Tremor package builds on that base with a new all-wheel drive system that uses a dual-clutch rear-wheel drive unit and a differential lock. Ford says the truck can channel all rear-wheel torque to any of the rear wheels, and notes that it comes with five selectable driving modes for conditions like sand, dirt, snow and mud.

Although Ford offers the base Maverick with a hybrid powertrain, Tremor comes with a mid-range XLT cab and a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder. One-inch lift improves ground clearance, as well as truck approach and departure angles. Upgraded semi-shafts and a heavy-duty transmission cooler help keep everything running smoothly. The Maverick Tremor also gets Ford’s Trail Control, which acts as an off-road cruise control. The package doesn’t improve on the Maverick’s towing and payload ratings, which remain at 2,000 and 1,200 pounds, respectively.

2023 Ford Maverick Tremor Off-Road Package Rear Quarter View

The Maverick Tremor got several design touches to help it stand out from the standard truck. Comes with a unique net and dark decals. The front tow hooks have a signature Tremor orange, and Ford says an available Appearance Package adds a gray roof, painted mirror caps, and a black graphics package. The truck rides on 17-inch wheels with orange accents, and Ford installs skid plates underneath for off-road protection.

2023 Ford Maverick Tremor Off-Road Kit Interior Dashboard

Inside, the Maverick Tremor gets black upholstery with stitched logos and orange accents. Orange also flows into the dashboard and door panels, where the vents and handles are a distinct color. Tremor will get standard tech features from the classic Maverick, which includes an 8-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a 4.2-inch cluster infotainment screen, and Ford’s Sync 3 infotainment software.

Ford and author speculation are the sources of information in this article. It was accurate as of August 2, 2022, but may have changed since that date. Always confirm product details and availability with the vehicle manufacturer’s website or your local dealer.

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