Our Premium was built this last week and when I look on ordertrack.com w/Dealer # an VIN it shows the vehicle is being transported by "convoy" which I take to mean truck. I thought all Mach e's came up from Mexico via rail. See attached. Could anyone enlighten me? Thanks.
The NEVI program will provide $1.5 billion in funding to help build EV chargers covering approximately 75,000 miles of highway across the country, as well as a total of $5 billion available over the next...
We'll be taking delivery of our Mach e Premium around the end of October and I'm planning on doing the initial cleanup of the exterior rather than having the dealership do it. Here are the steps I'm planning and I also have a question about the need to use "iron fallout remover" before...
Ford just posted this and I confirmed it on consumer reports (but it's behind a paywall so can't link to it).
Range reports of EVs in different temps
It was nice to see that the ranges of the Mach e were virtually identical to the Tesla MY.
I've ordered sheepskin car covers from Rocky Mountain Sheepskins for the last several cars I've had but contacting them they said they're not making them now. So I'm seeking recommendations for other sheepskin car cover companies please. Thanks in advance for your reply.
I would imagine that orders for Mach e's will increase substantially with so many EVs being built outside of the Americas (i.e., Canada--USA--Mexico). That in turn could also impact the near new (i.e., used) market for EVs and PHEVs.
I also wonder how or whether this will impact people...
As I understand it, Mach e's built post 5/25 have new HVBJBs that won't fail and leave people needing a HVBJB replacement. So I thought I'd start this thread to ask those of you who have a post 5/25/22 build and experience such a failure to post here.
Please also include your model (e.g...
I subscribed to Ford News's email blast last week and this came through this morning;
the Mach-E production pause is not being blamed on a lack of semiconductors, but an unrelated parts shortage instead.
We stopped in at the Lucid showroom in Milbrae CA on our way up to SF to watch the SailGP races this weekend. I had been wondering about the Lucid ever since they announced the Dream Edition (which they've started delivering to customers now). Here are my impressions:
It's a stunning design...
Hi all, I thought you might be interested in this piece in the Times today. A wireless infrastructure company is betting it can figure out how to locate and install charging stations for a growing wave of new vehicles.
I've got a 4x on order and have watched a number of youtube videos wherein they dislike the dampening in the rear suspension. (I have to admit I didn't notice it when I took a test drive on a twisty road around here.)
There also seems to be a consensus (of youtube reviewers at least)...
I've joined this forum to learn more about the Mach E. We may order one as a second BEV. I have a 2021 Tesla Model Y LR AWD and my wife has a 2017 Chevy Volt. The Volt is what we would sell if we get the Mach E. We've got a 5Kw solar system that fully meets our needs for the home as well...