Black Friday last year took eight hours. Its a third party service. After six hours they did actually try hard to get it resolved. Follow-up service was good.
They did send someone who had no idea how to tow.
Early owner, lots of miles. Ford learnt a lot from a couple of early failures on my car. It has really settled down and drives well. Live in a sea of teslas in BC Canada. And a growing river of Mach-e.
Would do it again. Enjoy your car.
Yeah, seems I’m in the minority who use it a reasonable amount and often with hands full. Suggests the button won’t be useful if I can’t reach the button anyway!
Maybe voice activated - I’ll upgrade for the 2030 model or keep watching the modern science fiction movies.
They would have had some initial resistance so curbing the hours will appease the voters who probably can’t be bothered to vote anyway.
In time they’ll hopefully extend once everyone is used to it.
Full approval by ‘trial’ - did that all the time when I worked in government.
No, no just...
Wow to you too.
far from it. I’m suggesting some people are wanting software before it is ready to be released.
i am fully aware that ford knows its responsibility in being safe, hence why they are making sure they get it right over others impatience.
Actually they are. The level of frustration, vitriol and impatience is clearly saying I want my new toy now, don’t care if it’s safe or not.
yes I’m frustrated but my car is still running the same today as yesterday, and it’s still great for the minimum two hours I’m in it everyday.