The Maverick has attracted enough attention to become a significant hit, even though purists think unibody trucks aren't considered actual trucks.

Ford has produced a well-rounded product that checks most boxes and has no significant flaws.

Ford Maverick's unibody architecture contributes to weight reduction, which improves fuel economy.

Unibody vehicles have a lower center of gravity, which improves the ride and reduces the risk of rollovers, among other benefits.

Of course, it has its fair set of drawbacks, and you can't expect it to perform as well as a vehicle with a body-on-frame.

In contrast to more conventional pickup trucks like the Ranger and the F-150, Ford markets the Maverick as an adventurous vehicle.

The Maverick is a notable fuel-efficient truck with fuel efficiency ratings of 42 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the interstate.

It appears that a Maverick AWD Plug-in Hybrid is in the works, and it will most likely have a 2.1-liter engine and an 11.2 kWh battery.

The Maverick has been a smashing success, as evidenced by Ford having to halt orders for the vehicle earlier this year.