Ford Revealed The Off-Road Oriented 2023 Maverick Tremor

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Following the Ranger, F-150, and Super Duty, Ford is once again scaling back the Tremor recipe. For 2023, the automaker has unveiled a brand-new Maverick variation called the Tremor.

The Maverick Tremor has a reworked grille and an angled front bumper for a better approach angle, giving it a noticeably more rugged appearance. Tremor Orange tow hooks, blacked-out Ford insignia, and new lighting units with dark accents are also available to buyers. 17-inch alloy wheels with a dark gray anodized finish and a Tremor Orange accent connect them.

The $1,495 Tremor Appearance Package offers customers who want something more distinctive the option of adding a Carbonized Gray roof and matching mirror caps. On the hood and body side, there are additional black images included in the bundle.

Maverick Tremor

More than just cosmetic changes have been made to the compact truck's suspension to allow for various springs and shocks at both the front and rear axles. It now rides 25 mm higher and features a powerful transmission cooler in addition to beefier half-shafts.

For driving off the usual route, the Maverick Tremor also has Ford's version of a cruise control system. With this version's unique Trail Control feature, which automatically regulates the throttle and braking, drivers can choose the speed at which the little truck will move over dirt and/or mud.

When you step inside, you'll see orange highlights on the door knobs and center console as well as sewn Tremor logos on the Black Onyx seat fabric.

2023 Maverick Tremor

A 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine with 250 horsepower and 375 Nm of torque powers the vehicle. The Tremor is equipped with an innovative all-wheel drive system that includes a twin-clutch rear drive unit with a differential lock feature.

A drive mode selection and a Trail Control system, which serves as low-speed cruise control for off-road driving, are also features of the Tremor.

Speaking of stepping outside of the norm, the Maverick Tremor features approach, departure, and break-over angles that are, respectively, 30. 7, 22.2, and 19.9 degrees.

Ford will begin manufacturing the 2023 Maverick in Mexico this fall, and both packages will be put on order starting the following month.

The Tremor Off-Road Package, which costs $2,995, will only be offered on the XLT and Lariat models.

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