It doesn’t help you, but, I ordered my Mach E Premium AWD ER on 02/17/21, it was built 07/16/21, and I received it on 08/31/21. My car probably was built with the last chips! To boot it’s Infinite Blue Metallic, a color no longer available.
Saying it’s totally legal is not correct. What you mean is you weren’t audited. As you noted your deal was revocable. The sale clearly took place in 2017. BTW, the date of the purchase agreement is not relevant. The date on the bill of sale or financing paperwork controls.
Do you have your vin? Print down the window sticker at tracking.
If they change the car from a 2021 to 2022 they should change the year code in the vin from m to n. It’s the 10th character, I think, and the window sticker should be updated. It’s something to watch for.
My cars always have sun roofs which I kept closed since I dislike sun on the back of my neck. This glass roof doesn’t bother me so I guess I’m in the like it camp.
Too bad it isn’t Solar charging the battery.
I also note that the post was from someone in Norway. There are a ton of variables that make SW work for some owners but not for others. Is this MachE a 1st Edition? Also, was it made in EU or Mexico? I’ve had problems with PaaK that I think were self-inflicted errors on my part. I’m still...
The learning curve is HUGE. What happened to PaaK is exactly what the system is programmed to do. It’s not a bug. Maybe put the door code and backup key code on a card in your wallet labeled as ID: PW:
I learned the hard way that leaving my phone in the car will inactivate the PaaK. Skipping the Create Backup Key feature can be a disaster. If PaaK fails to work just enter the door code and backup key code. No FOB needed.
Maybe the time zone is in the vehicle’s clock setup. Make sure the Automatic Time Zone Update is set to ON. Just a thought.
While waiting for the Mach E, I printed the 434 page manual on 2-sided paper. It is really becoming handy.
My Premium AWD ER in Infinite Blue without BlueCruise was $56440 sticker. Did your price include that ADM option? I outgrew my need-for-speed so the 0-60 provided is fine for me. X-plan pricing saves about $900. Join Mustang Club of America.
I assumed someone traveling would be just passing through, not staying in one location. If you were instead driving to CA, 120v charging wouldn't be an option. Anyway, for your purpose the 120v is fine.
In CT to RI they are slow in building the charging infrastructure. I am close to EVGO...
I attached my mobile charger to my wall since at home the difference between 50 amp and 32 amp, in my opinion, is not worth the cost. At home, how long it takes to charge is not important.
But when traveling, who would want to charge at 110v? I will leave the MME home where there is no...