Finally got my dealer to relinquish some information. Car left KC on 1/12! I was able to get the railcar number and found that its about 220 miles away from the distribution terminal in Ayer, MA. Optimistically, my pony should get here this week!
I’m thinking of joining your clan. According to my dealer, my 5/29 ordered ‘21 MME Premium AWD ExR seems to be abandoned in transit. Shipped on 12/5, it has yet to move out of KC after arriving on 12/15. He says the vehicle is in “repair mode”, likely due to a dead 12V battery. In...
My dealer believes the 12V battery is dead and the car is in “repair mode.” According to him, the logistics company (United road) won’t jump start the batteries on a Mach-e because of the complicated process to open the hood and get access to the battery.
His tracking still shows it in KC...
Dealer challenged is a nice way to put it lol. I ask my dealer weekly for an update. I appreciate the template. Kind of ridiculous that the consumer needs to educate the dealer on these things.
The last update I got was “it has not reached Massachusetts yet“. My delivery timeline on ford’s...
Dealer has no idea where my car is. This guy is constantly making things up though. Still showing 1/21 estimate.
”No update on any vehicles that are inbound for anyone at any dealership since Ford employees left for holiday leave 12/16:
Oh look, @Ride_the_lightning got their Mach-E and just laughs at the rest of us still waiting. Must be nice!
Just presenting the facts of the tax credit here my friend. As you already stated, buying a car sight unseen is definitely the higher risk issue in this scenario.
If you’re doing this to claim the tax credit, be aware of the rules for the credit.
You must have purchased it in or after 2010 and begun driving it in the year in which you claim the credit.”