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Is The Ford Maverick First Edition Too Expensive

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$40,000 is what the 2022+ Maverick First Edition tops out at with many must-have options.

At that price, is it too much?

On the lower end, you can get a First Edition for a few thousand less.
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40k for a compact 4 cylinder CUV is way to much! But we are in hyper inflation...soooooo
 

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IMO the vehicle price needs to reflect its cheapest components to be balanced out. Even the First Edition isn't going to get a full digital instrument cluster, HUD, ventilated seats, nicer interior plastics, etc. so to me its too expensive at $40K.

But to even get to $40K, you have to pick literally every option you can with every possible accessory:
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Almost twice as much $$$ as the base model.
This is the case with almost very truck offering out there. Price out a base F150 and a King Ranch then add options, you can get to 3x the $29,3 base. This is why manufacturers love trucks, there is huge money in hwo people option them out. Plus the fact they are paying full price for what some might consider half of a vehicle if you consider the bed is mostly air.
 

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Any truck over $40,000 unless it's for a special need... Of course you can buy what you want, But I'm not falling for it..
 

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The problem I have with it is , you will NOT get any kind return from the extra money spent on that fully loaded truck used .But the dealer will if they sell it . So you better really enjoy your 30 to $38,000 dollar Maverick and keep it a very very long time , like 15 years plus . So you won’t be upset with the trade in value.
 

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The problem I have with it is , you will NOT get any kind return from the extra money spent on that fully loaded truck used .But the dealer will if they sell it . So you better really enjoy your 30 to $38,000 dollar Maverick and keep it a very very long time , like 15 years plus . So you won’t be upset with the trade in value.
All cars have low trade in value - dealers make more profit on buying/selling a used car than on a new The options on a used car are a secondary consideration on the selling price.
 

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