Compare 2022 Ford Maverick vs 2021 Ford Ranger

2022 Ford Maverick vs 2021 Ford Ranger
2022 Ford Maverick 2021 Ford Ranger


2.5L Hybrid I-4 2.3L Turbo I-4


191 hp 270 hp

  MPG (City/Highway)

40/33 * 21/26 *

  Max Towing Capacity

4,000 lbs 1 7,500 lbs 2

  Max Payload Capacity

1,500 lbs 1,905 lbs 3

  Cargo Box Volume

33.3 cu. ft. 43.3-51.8 cu. ft.

  Body Types

SuperCrew® SuperCab or SuperCrew®

  Pickup Box Lengths

4.5-ft. 5.0-ft or 6.0-ft.

  Rear Leg Room

35.9-36.9 in. 30.4-34.5 in.

2022 Ford Maverick vs 2021 Ford Ranger

Serving Fort Mill, SC

For the 2022 model year, Ford’s truck line has expanded to include the all-new Maverick. The Maverick is a midsize truck that takes its place close to the front of the Ford lineup, and it is a close sibling to the Ranger. Because the Ranger is a well-known, desired model, it makes sense to compare the Maverick and the Ranger closely before you pick out the truck that is right for you. After comparing the possibilities in our lineup at Fort Mill Ford, which model will you decide to buy?


The Ford Maverick is a powerful vehicle with a fuel-efficient engine. Notably, it carries a 2.5-liter hybrid engine that has a 40-mile-per-gallon fuel economy. At the same time, the engine has a 4,000-pound towing capacity. The 2021 Ford Ranger carries a 2.3-liter EcoBoost gas engine. It generates 270 horsepower.


All Ford trucks on the road today share similar design language with individual characteristics, so you can expect the Maverick and the Ranger to have several similarities from bumper to bumper. Notably, they have shared design language through their profile and sides. However, the Maverick has C-shaped headlights, and the rectangular grille is set back slightly from the curved bumper. This grille has a rectangular bar that extends outward to integrate with the grille. Both vehicles have smooth definitions over the wheel fenders. A rounded grille and extended headlights define the Ranger’s front end.


If you expect your next pickup truck to be packed with premium features, you will not be disappointed by what these models bring to the table. They both come with features like smart device integration, USB ports, an auto climate control system, a sound system, power-adjusting front seats, a wireless Internet hotspot, and more.

Are you available to take your Ford truck research to a new level? Our sales associates at Fort Mill Ford want to help you experience the difference that these vehicles make behind the wheel, and we will assist you with a test drive comparison during your next visit to the dealership. Call or email our sales department at Fort Mill Ford to plan your showroom experience.

* Targeted EPA-estimated 40 City mpg/33 Highway mpg/37 Combined mpg. Actual mileage will vary.

EPA-estimated city/hwy mpg. See for fuel economy of other engine/transmission combinations. Actual mileage will vary. MPGe is the EPA equivalent measure of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric mode operation.
1. Max towing with available 2.0L EcoBoost and 4K Tow Package. Max towing varies based on cargo, vehicle configuration, accessories and number of passengers.
2. When equipped with available Trailer Tow Package.
3. When properly configured.