There are a few of us in Colorado that want that extra $1500 tax credit. On a related note, I got a few calls from Tesla reminding me of the tax credit difference and trying to get me to put in an order for a Model Y. I did a test drive with them in August as a comparison for the Mach-E.Before I forget, Anthony, the information you see above is on page two (flip side) of your dealer's customer agreement form.
I am unsure what it all means. I have a Premium AWD ordered with a Priority Code of 19 and an order code of 4617.
I would have preferred Ford was more forthcoming with information regarding production, etc. It would alleviate the guesswork and anxiety.
I had hoped to take delivery this calendar year in order to save $1,500 in tax credits here in Colorado. Get in the queue and hope again!
Alas, Colorado is not much of a priority for Ford and especially not for its dealers. Colorado only recently became an EV state. The only EVs you could purchase her were Tesla, Leaf and Bolt.
Some personal notes: my wife's grandfather was personally well acquainted with Henry Ford - he was the manager of Ford's Denver Plant (yes, Ford had a plant in Denver in the 1920s); my father worked for Ford in the 1950s in Ohio; we have owned many Ford products over the years including wagons, a '61 Falcon (3 speed on the column, my first driving adventure) a '64 Fairlane 500 ('64 and '67 my favorite years), a '68 LIME GREEN Mustang (should have kept it, Jay Leno would probably have given me millions for it), many a Lincoln and Mercury, even an EXP(1980) which you will probably have to look up, and others.
Enough of that. Where is my MachE?
How is anyone in Colorado going to know anything about it if I do not get Mine?!