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- Jun 23, 2021
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- Mach E P4x, Ford F150
Seats are very comfortable and supportive. Both driver's and passenger's have 8-way power.Could you please elaborate on the seats?
It sounds like you feel they are pretty comfortable other than the shoulder issue you are dialing in - do you know how they compare to the Premium or regular GT seats?
Also, is the passenger seat manual or power? If manual, is it hard to adjust well for comfort?
this is why i went with DMG GT, i prefer the grill to be the same color as the car. this color camo's that pretty well.I’m particularly pleased that it hides the “grill” as well as it does. I much preferred the standard Mach E snout that is body color. DMG effectively accomplishes that.
Huge grats! Looks amazing! Can't wait to hear more from you regarding your driving experience and general head turning that's inevitably going to happen.Didn’t have much time to drive it or take too many pictures since I didn’t get out of the dealership until around 8:45 and I need to get some dinner. I picked up a dark matter gray with pano roof.
It’s mostly suburban sprawl here, so not a lot of opportunity to test out the handling and magneride. Im going to find some canyon roads this weekend. That said, it felt pretty planted.
Off the line, it felt fairly quick. Again, not a lot of opportunity yet to push it.
I was in the camp of “I don’t like the PE seats” and was making my peace with that. Seeing them in person is way different than the pictures. I tried to get some more pictures to help demonstrated the material, but you just can’t capture it on a phone camera. Pictures make the seats look “fuzzy” but the material is certainly not. I also wasn’t sure about the shoulder bolsters, but they don’t look (too) bad in person.
No frunk dividers! Two keys! Yay.
My salesman said that the software is preloaded with blue cruise already, so I guess I should try that out, but frankly, I just want to drive it!
Can the shoulder bolsters be adjusted?I got a chance to drive for about an hour without the wife and kids on some nice roads this morning. Some elevation changes, plenty of twists, and some nice patches of California live oaks, a beautiful drive.
I took a few passes on the road to gain confidence in the car and learn the road a bit, as well as try it out in both engaged and unbridled.
it really didn’t take me long to gain confidence in the car, it just felt so sure footed. I can feel that the car is on the heavier side, but it manages it so well, the steering is quick and precise. Tapping the go pedal was quite rewarding, and would break things juuust enough loose to put a smile on your face. I’m still babying it a little bit.
I never felt the car to be “bouncy,” but I wasn’t driving in boring straight lines, or maybe that’s the magneride absorbing the road properly.
This car wants to stretch its legs, no matter how fast you’re going. That’s all I’ll say about that. ?
The only minor complaint that I have right now is how the shoulder bolsters land on my back. They slightly push them forward instead of cradling them, but I think I am still dialing in the seating position. The fixed headrest is not a problem.
I’m probably going to be spending all the money I save on gas on new tires.