I'm in the market for a new vehicle (currently have an MKZ) and this is exactly what I am looking for. Sadly, Ford is going to force me to look at another manufacturer because they will never bring something like this over here.
I recently got my 2021 Aviator Reserve II back from the dealership, and, after almost 30 days with the vehicle and replacing a few parts, they told me the electrical ground wasn't tightened down. Having the knowledge I do, I understand what that can do to the entire electrical system of the car, and all the computers. I have since had issues with my seats resetting themselves, the display screen not turning on at all, buttons, when pushed, going to the incorrect setting or even music station, the door lock on the exterior not working, etc.
In my experience, electrical inconveniences are not a huge problem, just an annoyance. The issue comes because I know that every wire and computer is affected by the inconsistent electrical current going through the car, and unfortunately, there is no good way to fix this, since most of the car is electrical.
I have seen cars stall in the middle of the freeway because of electrical error codes, and I'm unwilling to put myself at risk that way. I have been in touch with the dealership. Do I try and let them help me with this? I am expecting Lincoln to fix the car or buy it.