Just call ford marketing customer service every few weeks. I ordered in May and called today and just so happened to discover my VIN and my window sticker. Since you just ordered, probably no use calling until October at the earliest.
Not a GT (I am a peasant who will be driving a select), but I got my VIN# today. Window sticker was dated today (unless it was an odd component that shows current date). Vehicle is "in production". But like all things Mach E, I don't know if this will take 3 weeks, 3 months or 3 years.
I'm glad someone figured out the reason why the number was so high. The woman said the number so matter a factly that she either sold me or was saying the PR approved line. At the end of the day, it is good that they have some production.
it seems like the IRS docs don't rely on dates as much as they rely on the user to specify that they qualify for 100% or 50% of the incentive. My worry is that I will have qualified and after filing the taxes I won't get that credit.
If the tax credit is based on when you buy the vehicle, is there a spot on the taxes to denote your purchases/ownership date? Lets say I take ownership Jan. 1, 2022,I have to wait more than a year for my 2022 taxes to be paid. Is my in line ahead of those who get one months later? Or is it based...
I called Ford Customer service today to get information on my Mach E order and the representative told me that the chip shortage is getting better. She said Ford is producing 1 million chips a week. (Those are her words not mine). She said the average wait time for any vehicle order is about...
I ordered about 8 weeks ago and I'm sweating thinking that i might not get that rebate, but sounds like with it being eligible for two full quarters after being delivered, it sounds like many like myself are safe. But I hate all the uncertainty.