I have used the X-Plan for my last two transactions with my Ford dealer. One to buy and one to lease so you get the pricing no matter the type of transaction. I agree, if your dealer will not accept the plans, find one who will.
BTW, if you become a member of the Mustang Club of America, one of...
When it comes to a front license plate, my state requires it. When I ordered my 2017 Mustang I instructed the dealer to NOT put the bracket on which is where the brackets get put on.
You can see just under the blue Mustang logo a small sliver screw which is where I attach the license plate...
Oh, I know the battery will loose range in cold weather but I suspect Ford has hard data and not just a percentage based on all EVs. So, I still think the question is relevant if he got a chance to ask it.
Yeah, but, that means they could have made more Mach e's but decided to cap it and find another product to keep the battery line going. Then there's the rumored baby Bronco which has also been rumored to get an EV variant. Think Mach e with a different body on top with less performance.
Being in New England, ask what the effects of cold weather has on the EV range. We know they tested it in winter but no hard data on the effects of winter on the car's battery.
I sure hope they let you climb all over to get those measurements and test all those cups!!! ;)
I did the same with my 2017 Mustang Ecoboost. I told them NO front license bracket even if it is mandatory in my state. If it was on it when I picked it up, I would have refused it. However, they followed my instructions and gave me the bracket in a box. I used a third party backet which...
I have to agree with @Macheeee on the Sync 3 upgrade process. I got my 2017 Mustang to upgrade the first time without an issue BUT it took about 20 minutes using an USB drive. I never could get the 2017 Escape to upgrade. It always stopped about half way through and I gave up after three...
Okay...not sure in this day and age of drive thru and electronic banking this is of use. Wal-Mart's made a lot more sense. I think their investment would be better spent on arenas, malls, hotels and sit down restaurant chain locations. Not to mention more rest stops on major highways.
No, but EA does and they are putting chargers in Wal-Marts and other popular locations. Should be places to eat nearby. I, also, suspect chain restaurants to figure it out in the near future as more electric vehicles hit the roads.
Okay, did some research today and came up with these Cargo Space comparisons:
Mustang Mach-e: 59.6 cu. ft. (Back with Seats Down) + 4.8 cu. ft. (Frunk) = 64.4 cu. ft.
Tesla Model Y : 66 cu. ft. (includes both the Back with Seats Down and Frunk)*
Audi e-Tron : 57 cu. ft.
Jaguar I-PACE ...