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  1. I think their success boils down to this, which is something Ford is typically not very good at.
  2. I can see why you would be worried about this option. It may be great looking but it is a really expensive option for what it is, and I'm not sure many customers are going to be willing to pay it.
  3. I don’t see how there won’t be some lawsuits over this for those that paid for the upgrades, which they likely wouldn’t have done otherwise, and now any dealer can sell them with no upgrades. Of course this is the way it should have been from the beginning I might add.
  4. I’m personally not interested in the affordable vehicles, but I do believe they’re important for Ford and for my kids. I’m still a firm believer that if you have a positive experience with a car purchase, the probability of you giving the first shot to that particular brand as higher. I’m not suggesting they need to lose money on them, but they need to figure out a way to produce a desirable entry level vehicle they can make money on.
  5. Isn’t this the same 3.0 that is in the ST, Aviator, and Braptor? I have had two STs with with no engine troubles. Sounds like a bad batch of motors if the Ranger’s motor is the same.
  6. It certainly seems there is still a market for a luxury sedan. My friends wife got a CT5 a few months ago. It seems like a four door variant of the Mustang could underpin a Lincoln to fill that void. This is where a hybrid all wheel drive could come in handy.
  7. Maybe, I’m not sure. They have Shelter green, which is a pretty good color, but it isn’t army green.
  8. I like eruption green, bit it would be nice if Ford came out with a flat army green like I have seen on some other makes. I think it would be a great addition.
  9. Some people actually drive their cars more than to and from work in a given day, such as myself, and when there are few charging options at various destinations, it’s a problem. I’m turning my MME in because I’m tired of dealing with it. My situation isn’t exactly like your typical EV owner living in a single family residence, but my experience would be similar to how a person living in a multi-unit building without available charging would be. Fair enough.
  10. It would be nice if they had electric motors driving the front wheels and gas to the rear, giving you all wheel drive.
  11. It’s not perfect for the cold regions. You basically can cut the range in half during the winter, so you would need at least the 300 mile battery option you referenced.
  12. The dealer has the ability to prevent delivery of the truck to you? I would rather the state test it to be sure the dealer isn’t trying to collect $70 from you.
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