Will the Ford Maverick Tremor Off-Road and Overland? :: Video

Ford Maverick Tremor

Scott Brady tests the new Ford Maverick Tremor Off-Road and Overland, including deep snow and rocks that push the limits of ground clearance and traction. This pint-sized adventure truck is a surprising value at $32,000, and even with a GoFast Camper and a few accessories, it would come in under $40,000 as a drive-around-the-world overlander. The Maverick Tremor package includes a few important upgrades and is available on the XLT and Lariat trim levels:

  1. 1 inch taller springs for additional ground clearance.
  2. Revised shock damping and suspension rates
  3. Trail Control drive mode (a version of trail cruise control)
  4. Improved approach angle with Tremor-specific front bumper
  5. Twin-clutch rear drive unit with clutch-activated “locking” feature (the system is effective, but is not a mechanical 100% lock)
  6. Upgraded CV axles and transmission cooler
  7. Steel skid plates
  8. Larger diameter (29.5 inches) Falken Wildpeak AT3W all-terrain tires

$32,000 as tested | ford.com

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