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While they do no move, my focus has additional cornering lamps that kick in when your turn the wheel a certain amount to better illuminate corners, some manufactures do this using the front fog lights (the focus does not), I hope the mach-e at least still has this functionality going to be a bit of a down grade otherwise especially for a $60k vehicle :(.

I know I have complained in the past about USA headlight standards being utter garbage, but it really is about time manufactures that make worldwide vehicles to push for the USA standard to be brought into the 21st century inline with Europe it really is the literal dark ages over here.
 

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I'm bummed to hear about fixed headlights on the mach-e. My measly $30k CX5 (built in early 2015) has adaptive LED headlights (self leveling & follows steering). I'm going to miss that feature. No issues after 5 1/2 years.
 

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I'm bummed to hear about fixed headlights on the mach-e. My measly $30k CX5 (built in early 2015) has adaptive LED headlights (self leveling & follows steering). I'm going to miss that feature. No issues after 5 1/2 years.
While antiquated rules are still in place the rest of the world in the coming years will be looking forward to the advanced projector headlamps (see audi e-tron sportback) technology trickle down the range and become common place while we will still be stuck with 60's tech.

For the cost of the vehicles I don't think it is good enough but until things change, I have always come to expect that when it comes to USA versions of vehicles we are going to get worse lights and suspension settings as the default :(
 

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I'm bummed to hear about fixed headlights on the mach-e. My measly $30k CX5 (built in early 2015) has adaptive LED headlights (self leveling & follows steering). I'm going to miss that feature. No issues after 5 1/2 years.
Yup - I have a CX5 and even a Mazd3 higher trim has this feature - very nice
 



 









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