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Does anyone know the breakdown of XL, XLT, and Lariat orders?

I'm really leaning towards the XLT with Luxury and BLIS packages. My only concern is missing the push button start. But I think I can live with a key. I did for about 40 years! :)

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Only Ford knows actual data.
The other Maverick forum has self-reported data from almost 1,600 members, currently:
First Edition 9%
Lariat 30%
XLT 49%
XL 12%
 

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Only Ford knows actual data.
The other Maverick forum has self-reported data from almost 1,600 members, currently:
First Edition 9%
Lariat 30%
XLT 49%
XL 12%
So what Ford is learning is , 50% of the buyers are willing to spend more . And 30% are willing to spend a lot more . So when The production line gets up and running a hundred percent. All they really have to make is 12 to 15 % of the base Mavericks .
And I was thinking the base model would have been the best seller .
 

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So what Ford is learning is , 50% of the buyers are will to spend more . And 30% are willing to spend a lot more . So when The production line gets up and running a hundred percent. All they really have to make is 12 to 15 % of the base Mavericks .
And I was thinking the base model would have been the best seller .
It irks me that the XLT even with the luxury package does not have push button start. Most if not all vehicles in this price range do.
 

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The only reason I ordered the Lariat is for the push button start, and didn't want cloth seats. I'm in Florida, and don't need all the heated seats, mirrors steering wheel, but I could of lived with an XLT. Lux package. Ordered truck on 7/5, and now in production as of 1/27/22 according to window sticker. Should see it around the end of Feb.
 

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The telling metric would be percentage of hybrid pre-orders VRS percentage of delivered hybrid orders
Loss leaders likely are slow to schedule

the auto industry has held that under 3% of truck sales should be 2wd or manual transmission, my guess is that might be what they want the metric to be not the actual willingness to own or market demand
 
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