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    Future Edge Replacement

    Don’t move there, I doubt you could afford it,“libtards” tend to level in very wealthy towns with excellent school system, low gun violence, long life expectancy and other non essentials things. cheers
  2. If you wAtch they the video it show How the image can be adjusted up or downward on the mini screen to improve the sight line. The video guy is kind of tedious though.
  3. Actually looked, supercab 4x4 is nearly 29,000 and super crew is nearly 31,000, I figure bronco will start 31,000 for the two door, 34,000 for the four door.
  4. What’s a base 4wd start at, I would imagine that they won’t offer two wheel drive bronco
  5. https://www.autoblog.com/2020/01/10/2021-ford-bronco-off-road-video/ mule of bronco on the trail
  6. Do we know how the Kuga interior compares to the Escape? Who did the interior design, Europe of Detroit. I can’t figure out why Ford would drop the ball now on two of the most important vehicles, explorer and escape. The US market is way too competitive with the Major Euro premium brands filling down and Korean brands filling niches upward,. I knows all eyes here are focused on Bronco and bronco jr but that is a small niche compared to the mass market.
  7. I just read today the Honda was de contenting the Fit, removing sensor packages for the lower model lines, everybody does it. They did not reduce the price.
  8. https://www.autoblog.com/2019/12/09/2020-ford-escape-hybrid-fuel-economy-2/ "The most frugal variant is the front-drive model, which delivers 44 mpg in the city, 37 on the highway and 41 in combined driving. The all-wheel-drive version's city fuel economy dips to 43, highway economy stays the same, and combined is 40."
  9. The escape was launched when and what kind of inventory is out there. I think the escape and explorer will pick up once the volume in inventory gets distributed. Has Dean weighed in on this discussions. I would like to know the opinion of the guys having to sell these models to the public.
  10. So, what is the Tesla model y rated for. I found lots of speculation?
  11. I don’t know if this has contemplated, but, if a dealer ship wants to get on the selling electrical vehicles from Ford, they need to install public charging stations. How big a network would that create?
  12. So the 8F35 is the one that is not getting the complaints and the 8F57 is?
  13. which 8F35, the gm joint project on the modified6 F35, I am confused
  14. As far as I know it has nothing to do with he 6 speed
  15. Back in the early eighties while in college, I worked as PM mechanic at a truck leasing firm. It was 90% COE GM’s. They has a couple of COE Freightliners and couple of Peterbuilt tractors used by a company that processed chicken waste into fertilizer. Shaw’s supermarket has a fleet of Brigadiers. Almost everything in that shop used Detroit Diesels . Things have changed a great deal since the old days.
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