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I don’t think this is a very large engine . And would probably fit in the Maverick well , but it’s off limits until Ford puts the 3.0 into the Ranger .
So what would you be willing to pay for a 2024 Maverick with the V6 2.7 Eco-boost in it ?
I’m thinking FX4 and $30,000
 

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I don’t think this is a very large engine . And would probably fit in the Maverick well , but it’s off limits until Ford puts the 3.0 into the Ranger .
So what would you be willing to pay for a 2024 Maverick with the V6 2.7 Eco-boost in it ?
I’m thinking FX4 and $30,000
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From the Hybrid, it's + $1,085 to upgrade to the 2.0L EcoBoost. Depending on the peak HP and peak torque, I would probably go + 2,500 (from hybrid) on a 2.7L V6 EcoBoost. Especially if it could get the GCWR up to 10,000 lbs.
 

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So what if it was a 2.7 V6 Eco boost hybrid with a 8 speed transmission.
Doesn't change the equation whatsoever. You defeat the whole purpose of the Hybrid with its super MPG even at the cost of lower towing ability. This is the demand that Ford is booking on. You might as well just get a bigger truck.
 

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Zero dollars. I’d just buy a Ranger or another mid-size, hell, maybe a full size truck. I ordered a hybrid unit for a reason, great mileage, affordable, and reasonable capability.
 

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Doesn‘t appear that many of us would find that worth paying for. When you start doing all these bigger engines then the whole point of this little truck to be a low end value model is lost.

without knowing any history on a brand new model, especially from an American car company, I would no way sink that kind of $$$$ into a vehicle. If it were made by Toyota, however, I would be willing to chance it.
 

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I don’t think this is a very large engine . And would probably fit in the Maverick well , but it’s off limits until Ford puts the 3.0 into the Ranger .
So what would you be willing to pay for a 2024 Maverick with the V6 2.7 Eco-boost in it ?
I’m thinking FX4 and $30,000
I suspect Ford is seriously crunching the numbers between what you propose on a more powerful ice (internal combustion engine) power plant AND a full electric sport Maverick that could blow the doors off the 2.7 eco boost 0-60 times. Auto companies are seeing the writing on the wall as far as the future of ice motors.
 

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I see no point AT ALL in a V6 hybrid. You either want fuel economy or extra power. But you have to choose.
Ford F-150 has I believe a 3.5 eco boost hybrid that has very high towing capacity, is very fast and gets better mileage than the V8 version. It is also faster than V8 and it Also costs more than the V8. See for yourself on YouTube SFL trucks
 

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Zero $
i am content with the choices so far and I have driven both engine variations with success in other Ford platforms. IMHO 😅😎
 

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$0.00 - The Maverick is designed for the Hybrid and 2.0L engine - THEREFORE, when Ford starts adding Bigger motors, Bigger This, Bigger That - then the vehicle price balloons into the "Way Over Priced" trucks on the dealer lots today!

I like and welcome that the Ford Maverick is Simple, Basic, Practical, Small, Useable, Fun and Cheap!! If you want BIGGER EVERYTHING - then go see any dealership in any state - They'll be happy to sell you a Two Parking Lot Sized Truck for Six-Figure Pricing. JMO (y)
 

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Maximum fuel efficiency is quite low on my priority list, unlike most members here. If there’s an option for a more powerful engine, I’ll entertain its value. People orgasm over Tesla being a pure plug in vehicle, yet they just released the Plaid version with 1K horsepower. Power and economy don’t have to be exclusive of eachother.
 
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