You were fortunate to pick a competent and customer-oriented dealer.
Too bad that all Ford dealers are not like that. As a Ford "fanboy" I am disappointed that Ford does not do a better job of monitoring their dealers.
I just came across this pamphlet, put out by a New Jersey Ford dealer...
Just a suggestion, but you might want to consider a much cheaper and easier alternative.
I installed my plastic floor in 2005, and I can't believe how well it has held up since then.
I put in 1,000 sq. ft. in less then a day, and when my wife vacuums and mops it, it still looks like brand...
Might be the areas they are in.
About 2 weeks ago I was searching 4 large Ford dealers here in Lost Wages.
They had about 6-7 or so , 3 in stock, and 4 or more on the way.
This is what they have today.
No offense, but you state your opinion from a Canadian viewpoint.
This Duracell that I purchased from Sam's Club (Walmart) a year ago was made by East Penn Manufacturing, a huge American vehicle battery maker.
And there are others, you just have to look.
I see you are in California.
This would encourage me to do a road trip to Las Vegas.
They also had a red one 2 days ago, (dealer sent me pics), now they are down to 1.
But that looks like MSRP to me.
OK, after reading all 4 pages of this thread, and the Owner's Manual, I have come to the conclusion that, unlike my F-150, you can not program your fob yourself.
The F-150 Manual has specific instructions on how to program a 3rd fob, and numerous people on the forum have done it.
The Mach E...
This is a large selection.
Page 1 shows some plain acrylic appetizer trays, but you go to page 2, 3 and on for all sorts of personalized trays.
I'm pretty sure they would do "Mustang Mach E".