How far can a Ford Maverick travel when fully charged?

The EPA estimates that the Maverick Hybrid will have a range of more than 500 miles from its 13.8-gallon tank.

The automaker released the updated EPA estimates on Thursday. These estimated ratings are 42 mpg in the city, 33 mpg on the highway,

 and 37 mpg overall. Compared to what Ford claimed the truck could travel, these two 2022 Ford Maverick Hybrids travel an average of 85 miles further per charge than advertised.

The Ford Maverick Hybrid's exceptional 42 mpg fuel economy in urban environments makes it an ideal investment for city dwellers who can do without all-wheel drive and the typical off-roading features of a truck.

 Using a 13.8-gallon gas tank and an electric motor, Ford's new small hybrid truck can travel 455.4 miles on the highway and 579.6 miles in the city, according to Edmunds.

The EPA estimates that the Ford Escape PHEV's 14.4-kwh lithium-ion battery, when fully charged via plug-in or outlet charging,

can provide a range of up to 38 miles. The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning's battery requires 44 minutes to recharge to 15 to 20% capacity using a 150-kW Level 3 charger.

 Using the Ford 80-amp Charge Station Pro ($1,310), the normal truck can be charged from 15 to 100 percent in 10 hours, while the extended-range truck can be charged in 8 hours.