My initial thought was that this post is some kind of satire... but I'll assume you are serious.
The moment I took my ME to the detailer for ceramic coat he immediately suggested a PPF on the hood due to how aggressive it was sloped. I didn't listen to him and two months later I got a nice ding...
1) I feel like the update throttled current in certain scenarios to prevent the HVJB contactor from welding. Are you certain it doesn't?
2) I guess 'very few' is subjective... to my knowledge, Ford hasn't officially stated it, but sounds like a few %, and I consider anything less than a few %...
I went through the same thing you're going through. Believe me, once you get the car, you'll forget all about it.
Freight shipping is a lot more complicated than you might think. Especially when it's coming from another country.
This is not 2-day delivery at Amazon.com. Believe me, you do not want a rushed shipment = banged up 'new' car. Moving a 5000lb object the right way via freight takes a long, long time. For what it's worth mine took about 2 months to deliver once it was built.
You are not living in reality. You seem like the type of person who goes out and pumps-up what some sales/marketing guy writes on a piece of paper.
I was one of those 50k MachEs that got recalled. Do you know the inconvenience/impact it had on my car? Zero. My HVJB had zero problems, and the...
I think you’re being a little extreme. One of the reasons the ME sold out early on is because a Premium eAWD XT with a 7500 tax incentive was an absolutely insane deal. I should know… I capitalized on it and would do so again in a heartbeat
The tax incentive makes it a no brainer. No tax...
All in (taxes, fees, etc) I paid just under 60k for my premium. I partially paid that price due to the 7.5k rebate, but I love the car so much I’d pay 60k without a rebate if I had to do it again.
if they could make a GTPE without a 5 second limit, I’d pay around 75k to 80k for that.
very informative. So I take it that after all of that we both agree that a turn produces more g-force than flying in a straight line? That’s all I was trying to say. Didn’t mean to imply that I knew more about jets than someone with a graduate degree in aerospace engineering.