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


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


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 Richardson, TX

Are you trying to decide which Ford truck model is most suitable for your upcoming purchase? At North Central Ford, we have a wonderful selection of Maverick, Ranger, and F-150 trucks in our current inventory, and we make it easy for you to compare your options. What will you discover when you get better acquainted with these top truck models?


The compact Maverick truck kicks off Ford’s lineup for 2022. This is an all-new model that is offered with one engine option. This hybrid, four-cylinder, 2.5-liter system puts out 191 horsepower. A continuously variable transmission and front-wheel drive are standard across all Maverick trim levels. The midsize Ranger is also available with one engine. This is a four-cylinder, 2.3-liter gas engine that puts out 270 horsepower. This powertrain includes four-wheel or rear-wheel drive and an auto 10-speed transmission. If you opt for the full-size F-150, you will have six powertrains. The entry-level powertrain is a six-cylinder, 2.7-liter turbo engine with 290 horsepower. The top engine is a turbo 3.5-liter, V6, 350-horsepower system. All powertrains come with a rear-wheel or front-wheel drivetrain and an auto 10-speed transmission.


You can easily differentiate the Maverick from the other models. It has a compact stature with smooth surfaces from front to rear. The grille is large and rectangular, and it is accented by a chrome bar that runs horizontally. Adding to the personality on the front end, the rectangular headlights stand as tall as the grille. The midsize Ranger is a larger truck model with a steep angle through the hood. Both the hood and side panels on the Ranger are prominently accentuated. The front end shows off a smaller, curved grille and a thick, molded bumper. The rectangular headlights run horizontally. The F-150, on the other hand, has a boxy profile with a linear character running across the hood and sides. Bold definition through the front bumper is combined with a tall grille. The grille has rounded corners, and LED-enhanced, stacked headlights flank it.


Regardless of the Ford truck model that you select from the 2022 model year lineup, you can enjoy equipment like adaptive cruise control, heated seats, household-style power outlets, wireless smartphone charging, a premium sound system, a blind-spot monitor, lane-keeping assist, skid plates and tow hooks in some or all trim levels. If you opt for the Ranger, your Ford truck may add leather upholstery, parking sensors, a universal garage door opener, and remote ignition. Select F-150 trim levels add other features, including heated rear seats, power running boards, massaging front seats, a power tailgate, a more advanced audio system, Pro Power Onboard, and other items.

Do you want to experience the differences between these models first-hand? Contact North Central Ford today to arrange your test drive experiences with the Ford trucks you are interested in.

* EPA-estimated city/hwy mpg for the model indicated. See 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.