Really Ford? You couldn’t think of another name except for one you’ve used THREE TIMES already?
Granted, this is only the second time the name is used in America, but it’s still lazy. I know US car makers really love using old model names to sell cars abroad (Cavalier in China, Neon in Mexico) but at least these were sized and classed according to the original. The only people who are going to understand why i†’s called Maverick will be Europeans and Australians.