I was wondering that as well..why would there be a discussion when electric cars are being rammed down everyones throats ?, whilst ICE is apparently being phased out ?, when the "fuel" electric cars are wholly dependent on, are completely reliant on an outdated antique and extremely expensive to update supply chain?...just odd people are debating about it …………. Its called looking forward...and if its up to our wonderful Politicians, apparently inevitable. Ill say it again...for every alternative there are its own set of issues
Looks great! I powder coated the wheels and ordered the OEM black grill from the monochromatic package. Once I get that installed I’ll go from there but I am getting used to the rest of the chrome because it is done well on the Nav.
My truck has been sitting at the Orlando trucking depot for 3 weeks now (Order date 9/21/21.) They keep kicking the delivery date down the road. Orlando is a 3-hour drive and I've paid for the truck and done all of the paperwork. If they would let me, I would go get it and deliver it to the dealership.
I think Ford should give the depots 5 days to deliver the vehicle. If they miss the date, the dealer should be allowed to pick up the vehicle. Any shipping payments due to the depot would go to the dealer. Crappy service should have consequences.
Not sure why there is debate on here about the grid and full electric vehicles. They make up about 3% of the total market and are still moving at a snail's pace. With the supply problems now, any goals set will not be met. Not even close. High gas prices will help EV a bit, but again supply problems are not going away anytime soon. So utility companies have a very long time line to improve if and when that time comes.
I went on ford website chat and they weren't able to provide much info, but they gave me a phone number to call. I don't have the number any longer, but the guy was pretty helpful in regards to the delay. Of course today is the last day of my ETA, and it still is awaiting shipment.