BrightView Landscapes has purchased several Mavericks for their fleet as part of their larger environmental stewardship commitment.
Sigifredo Saucedo Jr., lead brewer and general manager of family-owned Craft Rhythm & Brews in El Paso, Texas, stated his XLT Maverick can transport water jugs and kegs for the brewery, but also can fit two car seats in the backseat. It’s the perfect vehicle for his family and business.
David Loria of Squeaky’s Cleaning in Royal Oak, Michigan, recently bought an XLT Maverick and has found it to be the perfect vehicle for his cleaning company. Some of these reasons include the all-wheel drive, the small size, Flexbed system, and great gas mileage – all which have been useful for him as he cleans many homes a week.
Chad Jensen of Grannies Cooked Delivered Meals in Logan, Ohio, also finds the fuel economy useful as his company drives throughout Ohio delivering meals to local elderly and disabled citizens. He currently has two Mavericks, an XL and XLT, and wants to add two more Mavericks to add to his growing Ford fleet of Transit Connects and half-ton vans.
Mary and Bob Noel of Ashville, North Carolina, use their XLT Maverick daily to help them get around untouched forest land in their careers as archaeological surveyors. Like David, Maverick’s size, price, and mileage appealed to the duo.
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