The 2022 Ford Maverick Looks Perfectly Sized Next to a Ranger

Photo credit: Maverick Truck Club Forum
From Autoweek
The Ford Maverick was discovered by a member of the Ford Maverick Truck Forum while testing it with a Ford Ranger.
The Maverick looks significantly smaller than the mid-size Ford Ranger pickup, which suggests the Maverick will be a true compact rig.
The Maverick is expected to make its official debut later this year and will hit the market in 2022.
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As pickups get bigger and bigger, many long for the days of the once-tiny Ford Ranger, the Chevrolet S-10, and the Toyota Tacoma. These trucks have evolved from their mini-truck days to true mid-size rigs, dwarfing their historical counterparts. Judging by the spy shots recorded by people at the Maverick Truck Club, a forum for the upcoming Ford Maverick, calls for a compact truck are answered.
Photo credit: Maverick Truck Club Forum
The upcoming Ford Maverick was spotted next to Ford's revived Ranger - and it looks small. While it's not possible to say exactly how small it will be until Ford releases the official facts and figures - details have been very easy so far - it looks noticeably smaller than the medium-sized Ranger.
We speculate that the Maverick will run on the same platform as Ford's Bronco Sport. That means the Maverick will likely use the 1.5-liter turbocharged in-line six or the 2.0-liter turbocharged in-line six. We can also assume that the Maverick will have a similar dual-clutch all-wheel drive system and will be available in front-wheel drive equipment.
It remains to be seen how the public will accept the Maverick. For its part, the Honda Ridgeline isn't exactly setting the sales charts on fire, and there's competition from the compact Hyundai Santa Cruz, which could hit the market around the same time. When we look back on the previous Ranger's wild success during its run and the rampant success of the Ford F-150, we're pretty sure Ford knows how to sell trucks.
To see more pictures from this test, visit the Maverick Truck Forum here.
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