Can a Ford Maverick Tow a Travel Trailer or Popup Camper?

The Ford Maverick has a max towing capacity of 4,000 lbs. You have to get the supercharged engine(250hp and 277-lbs-ft of torque) and towing package for that. The base model can pull 2,000 lbs.

It has the towing capacity for towing campers with weight by type of: travel trailers 7300 lbs, popups 2500 lbs, teardrops 1200 lbs. 


The Maverick is comparable in size to the Sante Fe Cruz and Ridgeline.


It has 4.5 foot bed and city gas mileage of 40mpg. It is 200 inches long and 69 inches high.


The basic feature of a truck is the space behind which is used to carry load. But obviously, having only that space at the back of the driver’s seat is not a practical idea. So, the Maverick has been given the comfort of a sedan so that you can accommodate more than just two people.


VARIATIONS: The Maverick is being produced in 4 varieties according to the upgrade provided. The Maverick XL being the standard model, you get a little more upgrade as you move along. All of these are available at an affordable price.

Compare to Ford  F150 and Ranger.

TOWING CAPACITY: The minimum payload capacity of Maverick is 1500 pounds which is great if you a short trip or camping on your mind. Enough luggage can be accommodated in the space available behind the seating chassis. The truck is of a medium size which can be moved around with ease. The capacity can also be customized and extended to 4000 pounds.

Other Fords: Focus, F150, Maverick, Transit, Ranger, Mustang, Edge, Escape, Fiesta, Ecosport, Expedition, Explorer, Fusion.