Ford wasted no time offering a wide array of parts and accessories for the Maverick.
Now that the very first 2022 Ford Maverick deliveries are happening, many owners of the Blue Oval’s new compact pickup figure to be in the market for accessories. Ford is obviously happy to oblige in that regard and has already rolled out an entire catalog of goodies for the Maverick, which includes a pretty extensive array of parts and accessories.
As of this article, Ford already has 161 different accessories available for the Maverick, including interior, electronics, bed-related products, and exterior parts. On the outside, Ford offers upgrades including a Yakima roof rack with crossbars, a trailer hitch, black tailgate lettering, bug guards, an off-road recovery kit, and splash guards and door moldings to protect the pickup’s paint.
Functional and Aesthetic
Owners can choose from a variety of exterior parts that are both functional and aesthetic, including black b-pillar trim, various types of stripes, a roof spoiler, hood scoop, fender flares, and racks that are capable of carrying bikes, kayaks, canoes, and other types of outdoor gear.
The same goes for the interior, which also offers a host of upgrades including seat covers, a fridge, various FITS accessories, floor liners, different kinds of upgraded door sill plates, an in-vehicle safe, and everything from a first-aid kit to everything one might need to rejuvenate a dead battery.
Electronic upgrades are plentiful and include a bed light kit, rear-seat entertainment screens, underbody lighting, security system, keypad entry, a dashcam, and even an ultra-long distance antenna for remote entry.
Finally, Ford offers an array of goods to make the Maverick’s Flexbed more useful, including a tray liner and bed liner kit, mats, nets, fiberglass bed caps that are available in body color, bed extenders, and tonneau covers of all kinds.
While there will undoubtedly be more parts and accessories coming for the Maverick, Ford already has the basics covered with its existing catalog. And those upgrades figure to be extremely popular for the new compact pickup, particularly as more and more of them wind up in customers’ driveways.