I’m relatively sure that all the pre-production models circulating the shows have the handles as originally shown. If they change at all before production, the change won’t be on the 3 vehicles that have been shown for weeks.
Interesting, but I don't see how people placing order online (with a selection of specific dealership) shows "snubbing" of dealers. It shows a preference for ordering online versus physically in person for a car that isn't available to see or test drive anyway -- I guess nobody should be surprised.
Here’s info on what the AZX plans will likely look like for the Mach-E:
Ford Plan Pricing refers to haggle-free savings reserved for Ford employees & retirees, affiliated organizations, and friends & family. Unlike other Ford vehicles, the Mach-E's unique pricing structure...
I’m in the same boat. Satin is not a finish I’d want but I’m desperate for a blue I like more than the grabber or the infinite. Ford has some great blues, like the performance blue, that I would love on the Mach E.
It would be surprising if the two additional colors end up being Grabber and Satin Blue. I’d expect the two options to be more distinct. So, unless Ford changes its mind regarding Grabber Blue being one of the two colors, I’m afraid that this won’t be the second color.
But, I sure hope it is (or...
I will not say they are the same car either, but I do disagree that there is no cross-shopping by buyers between Model 3 and Y. In fact, most analysts are speculating that how Tesla stock moves in the next few months will depend largely on what impact Model Y sales end up having on 3 sales...
They can’t. It’s an unrealistic expectation.
I’m sure Ford agrees that dealers abusing the situation for the dealers’ own gain is detrimental and of no value to Ford. If Ford could prohibit the practice, it would.
Not what I wanted to read this Monday morning. That really is a long time. I’d started hoping that Q1 was conservative and we’d start seeing some early deliveries of GTs by year-end. Summer 2021? Oooof.
With the Y now coming out more than one year before the Ford, it gets harder and harder to wait.