Compare 2022 Ford Maverick vs 2022 Ford Ranger vs 2022 Ford F-150

2022 Ford Maverick vs 2022 Ford Ranger vs 2022 Ford F-150
2022 Ford Maverick 2022 Ford Ranger 2022 Ford F-150

  Engine

2.5L Hybrid I-4 2.3L Turbo I-4 3.3L V6

  Horsepower

191 hp 270 hp 290 hp

  MPG (City/Highway)

42/33 * 21/26 * 19/24 *

  Max Towing Capacity

4,000 lbs 1 7,500 lbs 1 14,000 lbs 1

  Max Payload Capacity

1,500 lbs 2 1,905 lbs 2 3,325 lbs 2

  Body Types

SuperCrew® SuperCab or SuperCrew® Regular Cab, SuperCab, or SuperCrew®

  Pickup Box Lengths

4.5-ft. 5-ft. or 6-ft. 5.5-ft., 6.5-ft., or 8.0-ft.

2022 Ford Maverick vs 2022 Ford Ranger vs 2022 Ford F-150

Serving Fort Mill, SC

Ford’s truck lineup has grown more impressive with evolving features, capabilities, and styling. With exciting options like the 2022 Maverick, the Ranger, and the F-150 available, you understandably have your work cut out for you as you prepare to make a final selection. Our Fort Mill Ford sales agents are standing by and will happily help you familiarize yourself with the options available today.

Performance

Ford’s truck lineup starts off with the compact Maverick. All trims have a 191-horsepower, four-cylinder, 2.5-liter hybrid engine. This system is combined with front-wheel drive and a continuously variable transmission. The 2022 Ford Ranger is a midsize truck with one engine. This is a 270-horsepower, 2.3-liter, four-cylinder gas engine. The engine is paired with a 10-speed auto transmission and your choice of four-wheel or rear-wheel drive. The Ford F-150 is offered with six powertrain options. These are linked to a 10-speed auto transmission and rear-wheel or four-wheel drive. The base engine is a 290-horsepower, turbo 2.7-liter, six-cylinder system. The most powerful option is a 450-horsepower V6, 3.5-liter turbo engine.

Appearance

Visually, these Ford models are undeniably distinct. The Maverick is a compact model with smooth accentuation across all surfaces. The grille has a rectangular shape with a stacked bar element running horizontally through it. The headlamps are tall and rectangular. The Ranger is slightly larger than the Maverick across all dimensions. Its nose has a dramatic angle, and both the sides and hood have long accentuation for the character. On the nose, thick molding over the bumper, a small and curved grille, and a double-element design through the rectangular headlights. The F-150 is the largest truck currently available from Ford. It has tall definitions with a boxy profile. Solid definition runs along with the lower door panels and the sides of the hood. The front bumper is boldly defined and corresponds well with the tall, chrome-accented grille. This grille is flanked by vertical headlights partially encapsulated by an LED ribbon.

Features

Specific features in these models vary by trim. These truck elements are tow hooks, skid plates, lane-keeping assist, a blind-spot monitor, a premium sound system, wireless smartphone charging, household-style power outlets, heated seats, adaptive cruise control, and more. The Ranger adds equipment like a remote ignition, a universal garage door opener, parking sensors, and leather upholstery. The F-150 may also give you Pro Power Onboard, a more enhanced sound system, a power up-and-down tailgate, massaging front seats, power running boards, heated rear seats, and other equipment.

Are you excited to take your top models and trims for a test drive? Contact our Fort Mill Ford sales reps today to make arrangements for your visit.

* EPA-estimated city/hwy mpg for the model indicated. See fueleconomy.gov for fuel economy of other engine/transmission combinations. Actual mileage will vary. On plug-in hybrid models and electric models, fuel economy is stated in MPGe. MPGe is the EPA equivalent measure of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric mode operation.
1. When properly configured and equipped. Max towing varies based on cargo, vehicle configuration, accessories, and number of passengers.
2. Max payload varies and is based on accessories and vehicle configuration. See label on door jamb for carrying capacity of a specific vehicle. Towing and payload are independent attributes and may not be achieved simultaneously.