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blazerdude20 last won the day on March 20 2017

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  1. The issue is that it’s not consistent across trims currently.
  2. blazerdude20

    2024 Tacoma Shown Off

    I like the interior. It’s a nice update overall. The real question is seating position. Have they fixed that or are you still sitting almost directly on the floorboard?
  3. “Ford document earlier this month advising that after the BlueCruise trial period ends in a 2023.5 Mustang Mach-E, owners can "subsequently activate the technology through an annual ($800/yr.) or monthly ($75/mo.) subscription." The short story is that many Mach-E shoppers and owners were expecting to pay a renewal price of $600 for three years, or $200 per year. The new pricing means renewal costs either $800 in a lump sum or $900 paid over the course of a year. “ https://www.autoblog.com/2023/05/19/2023-5-ford-mustang-mach-e-bluecruise-subscription-renewal-gets-huge-price-increase/
  4. blazerdude20

    Michigan to get new Battery Plant

    Some of the pie is better than none of the pie.
  5. This is no longer accurate. You can extract heat from a heat pump well below 0 degrees.
  6. blazerdude20

    2024 F-150 spy shots

    Do you mean like 40/20/40 type split or the whole tailgate as one section opens from the side? I had the entire tailgate swing on my ridgeline and while it was nice for accessing stuff in the bed, it was hard to keep open on even the slightest decline when parked. Smacked me in the hip many times. A split tailgate just might get me to trade my 22 F-150 for a 24
  7. https://www.autoblog.com/2022/12/13/2024-ford-f150-spy-shots-taillights-tailgate/ It likely is just getting a tailgate similar to the Lightning but I’m holding out hope for a split tailgate.
  8. I travel a lot for work and the local sports station I listen to has an AM band and is on an HD radio simulcast. The HD radio range is less than 40 miles before it cuts out entirely. The AM band is good for close to 150 miles.
  9. This is true of most large corporations. A certain local athletic apparel company has a dedicated executive and sizable team to handle property procurement and development projects for expansion. There is a ton of money at stake to not have someone overseeing it.
  10. Correct! When you see steel flying up like that, you are typically 9-12 months into on site construction. The underground utilities and prep work for an industrial site like this is immense.
  11. You can’t buy what isn’t available. We waited ten months for our vans. Even when I worked at a ford dealership they could never keep stock of them. It’s strange.
  12. We just got two 22 TC for work a few months ago. They are fantastic for our testing service business. Plan was to replace a hodge Podge of CRV’s, econolines, and rangers with them. Guess I will have to find another vehicle suited for it with good mileage.
  13. Pilot, GM, and EVGo to install fast chargers at 500 truck stops. 350 kW capable and available to all brands. This will be good for the EV market and Ford. https://www.autoblog.com/2022/07/14/gm-pilot-truck-stops-evgo-ev-dc-fast-chargers/
  14. blazerdude20

    The wait is over!

    Telluride is a very nice ride. I’m sure you’ll enjoy it. Production woes are wide spread across the industry though. Played this game recently with Toyota and getting a tundra built. Finally said screw it.
  15. Or worse, low profit margin AND low volume.