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Hello people!

I just placed an order for an XLT with the following options:

-Ford Co-Pilot
-XLT Luxury Package
-Console Vault
-Sliding Rear Window.

Total estimated cost (before taxes/fees) is $27,205

I was just playing around on the Maverick builder online and saw that I could build a Lariat, with Ford CoPilot and a console vault for about $27,900.

After looking at this I was considering changing my order to a Lariat. The only thing I would have to pay for would be a spray-in bed liner, but that's something I feel I can wait on..

So I guess my question is, what do you guys think would hold a better resale value in the future? An optioned out XLT, to a Lariat? Also is the are there any features of the XLT luxury package that don't come standard on the Lariat? (Minus the bed liner)

Thanks!
 

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I just evaluated the same, I went with the XLT, with the 2.0 AWD Luxury upgrade, Tow, FX4 option. When I saw the price was near the Lariat, (with leather instead of cloth), the main difference to me was HEATED SEATS. You have to add the Luxury pkg on the Lariat ($3k plus "gulp") to get the warmers and (adding a spray-in bed liner which is standard on the FX4) and where the XLT luxury has the heated seats on the cloth as standard. (note there is an electric rear window which I would never use on the Lariat). I went with the Altos Blue and the cloth seats are the Navy two tone so I am happy with that, with the knowledge I plan to keep this for a while, but even if I wanted to trade soon, I really don't think there will be trouble to sell later. (look at the used market now, totally insane)
 

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Also be mindful - Intelligent Access Fob vs. Remote Start Fob (traditional key). I noticed this between XLT and Lariat. Kind of irks me because I want Oxford White w/ Navy Pier, but with the Intelligent Access Fob, not the old-school key style.
 

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Also be mindful - Intelligent Access Fob vs. Remote Start Fob (traditional key). I noticed this between XLT and Lariat. Kind of irks me because I want Oxford White w/ Navy Pier, but with the Intelligent Access Fob, not the old-school key style.
Thats a good point, i haven’t considered that. Its a bummer that that... hmmm
 

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Hello people!

I just placed an order for an XLT with the following options:

-Ford Co-Pilot
-XLT Luxury Package
-Console Vault
-Sliding Rear Window.

Total estimated cost (before taxes/fees) is $27,205

I was just playing around on the Maverick builder online and saw that I could build a Lariat, with Ford CoPilot and a console vault for about $27,900.

After looking at this I was considering changing my order to a Lariat. The only thing I would have to pay for would be a spray-in bed liner, but that's something I feel I can wait on..

So I guess my question is, what do you guys think would hold a better resale value in the future? An optioned out XLT, to a Lariat? Also is the are there any features of the XLT luxury package that don't come standard on the Lariat? (Minus the bed liner)

Thanks!
Welcome to the forum @kcfs2234! Are you going with the hybrid or ecoboost as your engine option?
 

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Order is in:
Lariat in Rapid Red (so it triggers the First Edition trim, 2.5L Hybrid FWD).

Only extras I am adding are floor mats and paint protection (mostly because it comes with everything I want aside from the DIO stuff I can get later).

For me, its more of a runabout vehicle for errands and small home projects. It won't do anything serious, so economy + creature comforts are the driving factor.
It's replacing a '17 Jeep Compass (1st gen version) which was a short-term fix for after it's predecessor died a horrible death last summer. :)
 

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Also be mindful - Intelligent Access Fob vs. Remote Start Fob (traditional key). I noticed this between XLT and Lariat. Kind of irks me because I want Oxford White w/ Navy Pier, but with the Intelligent Access Fob, not the old-school key style.
I read someone's comment on a YouTube video saying you can just use Ford's phone app to remote start the vehicle, regardless of type of key fob. Anyone know if that's true, maybe on current Ford vehicles?

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I just evaluated the same, I went with the XLT, with the 2.0 AWD Luxury upgrade, Tow, FX4 option. When I saw the price was near the Lariat, (with leather instead of cloth), the main difference to me was HEATED SEATS. You have to add the Luxury pkg on the Lariat ($3k plus "gulp") to get the warmers and (adding a spray-in bed liner which is standard on the FX4) and where the XLT luxury has the heated seats on the cloth as standard. (note there is an electric rear window which I would never use on the Lariat). I went with the Altos Blue and the cloth seats are the Navy two tone so I am happy with that, with the knowledge I plan to keep this for a while, but even if I wanted to trade soon, I really don't think there will be trouble to sell later. (look at the used market now, totally insane)
You mentioned that you would never use the power rear glass. Although not a major factor in my decision, I definitely like the power rear glass. My 2007 Ram has manual rear window and at one point I was in a newer rental Ram with power. I found I used it regularly, mainly for ventilation, especially when airing out a hot parked car in Atlanta summers. The fact that you touch a button rather than open rear door and climb in to slide a manual window mskes it a feature you might use more than you think.
 

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Welcome @kcfs2234

Were you considering any other vehicles before deciding to go with the Maverick?
Not really. Always wanted a pickup truck but all the offerings were too big/expensive. I live in a large city, and park my car on the street since I don't I have a driveway. So the size of the vehicle and fuel economy are important to me!
 

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TerryE,

You mentioned that you would never use the power rear glass. Although not a major factor in my decision, I definitely like the power rear glass. My 2007 Ram has manual rear window and at one point I was in a newer rental Ram with power. I found I used it regularly, mainly for ventilation, especially when airing out a hot parked car in Atlanta summers. The fact that you touch a button rather than open rear door and climb in to slide a manual window mskes it a feature you might use more than you think.
perhaps, but I would rarely use the rear window, so the extra expense to me was not worth the option. To each their own.
 

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TerryE,

You mentioned that you would never use the power rear glass. Although not a major factor in my decision, I definitely like the power rear glass. My 2007 Ram has manual rear window and at one point I was in a newer rental Ram with power. I found I used it regularly, mainly for ventilation, especially when airing out a hot parked car in Atlanta summers. The fact that you touch a button rather than open rear door and climb in to slide a manual window mskes it a feature you might use more than you think.
I would never use manual rear glass, but my ram 1500 has power and its mostly used to get hot air out of the cab.
 

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Order is in:
Lariat in Rapid Red (so it triggers the First Edition trim, 2.5L Hybrid FWD).

Only extras I am adding are floor mats and paint protection (mostly because it comes with everything I want aside from the DIO stuff I can get later).

For me, its more of a runabout vehicle for errands and small home projects. It won't do anything serious, so economy + creature comforts are the driving factor.
It's replacing a '17 Jeep Compass (1st gen version) which was a short-term fix for after it's predecessor died a horrible death last summer. :)
I ended up getting the First Edition hybrid (rapid red) as well. I teach scuba on the weekends, and the bed is just big enough to haul tanks and other dive gear. I tacked on the splash guards, bed lighting, protective film for the hood/fenders, and all-weather floor liners. This will be the road trip vehicle as well, and the wife wanted the sunroof. I couldn't order the rollup hard tonneau cover but the local dealer says they'll swap it out for the soft cover.
 

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I ended up getting the First Edition hybrid (rapid red) as well. I teach scuba on the weekends, and the bed is just big enough to haul tanks and other dive gear. I tacked on the splash guards, bed lighting, protective film for the hood/fenders, and all-weather floor liners. This will be the road trip vehicle as well, and the wife wanted the sunroof. I couldn't order the rollup hard tonneau cover but the local dealer says they'll swap it out for the soft cover.
Just want to let you know the splash guards are not available yet, i removed mine so i could get it as soon as possible.
 

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Just want to let you know the splash guards are not available yet, i removed mine so i could get it as soon as possible.
Good to know - thanks for the information. I may leave mine on there and see how long I'm delayed. The road in and out of where we take students for certifications dives is a little rough, and I'd like to keep the truck paint unchipped if I can.
 

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Good to know - thanks for the information. I may leave mine on there and see how long I'm delayed. The road in and out of where we take students for certifications dives is a little rough, and I'd like to keep the truck paint unchipped if I can.
I removed them from mine too as I was told it could be a 6 month wait. I am just going to buy them when they are available later or aftermarket and put them on then.
 

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Pas vraiment. J'ai toujours voulu une camionnette, mais toutes les offres étaient trop grandes / chères. J'habite dans une grande ville et je gare ma voiture dans la rue car je n'ai pas d'allée. Donc la taille du véhicule et l'économie de carburant sont importantes pour moi !
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Il ya dans le hyndai ( santa cruze ) qui s,en viens en mêm temps que le mavrik + de capacité de remorquage 4500 lbs moteur 2.5 au du mavrik 2.0 remorquage de 4000lbs .

il est + profilé il ressemble à Honda rigiline . Le mavrik est + caré

Bumper le santa cruse a des marcjes intégré pas le mavrik

Dans la boîte il y a dans le fond glacière intégré santa cruze pas dans mavrick

A vs de voir pour + de différences entrent les deux .
 
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