Here is my experience with Ford and warranties.
2011 F150, V8 - bought an extended warranty (I think the cost was 1,600ish). Used $800 of it.
Since the extended warranty is now over with, my repairs since then have amounted to about $600 - still under the extended warranty cost I originally...
I will say the power windows in my 2011 F150, with 109,000 miles that bakes in the Florida sun (paint is turning white) work perfectly. The CD player does, too.
My son's 2005 Ford 500 with 156,000 miles has a sun-roof and power locks and doors (and front seat) and they all work just fine...
Not expensive? 1,500 is not chump change - that is about the price of a transmission!
Even though I am 95% likely to get a Badlands, I will be sticking with the standard electronics package.
First off, my current ride (2011 F150) has almost none of the things on the Standard Package - so it...
Like I said, I didn't get your point. Now I see what you mean.
The 2021 will be a "year" old in 2022, but since I am keeping it for a long time and to me, a truck in 2036 that was built in 2021 or 2022 isn't any real difference.
Better colors and options? "Probably" indeed - but not...
I have 2 reservations. One from day 2 and one from day 4 when I learned I could get D-Plan.
Waiting for orders to open so I can move my Day 2 to the other dealership and order it there and then cancel my second reservation.
It matters more your family history than friends but we all have a limited window of being healthy enough to drive and climb in and out of certain vehicles.
I sat in a Fiat Spyder. Took a little umph to get out of it.
I'm not sure your point.
If the production schedule moves later into the year then EVERYBODY is getting pushed back, too.
Ford will not be building MY2021 and MY2022 Broncos at the same time. Anyone getting a Bronco will "suffer" from any further delay - so I don't see what it matters for a...
Why I will be driving one this summer?
Been waiting 16 years already.
I've been working extra to make this happen.
I own a Ford - it is a great vehicle. I have no concerns about the build of the vehicle as a result. While the PR division may be struggling, I believe the line workers and...
Definitely a wait and see product. I've never owned a Wrangler so I have no experience driving without doors. I'll see if I really prefer something to lean on or not and then see what they have. I figure they can always be bought directly from Ford, if I really want THOSE. No need for a...
$495 vs $300-$350 is something to consider as well.
Plus from what I understand, Hot Heads also provides reduced heat coming through the roof. Not sure how much heat reduction the factory felt will provide.
One big issue I see thanks to this thread is Ford created a Bronco like this:
And lots of you want a Bronco that does this:
All kidding aside, there is a clear conflict between the resurrection of the first generation Bronco and the SUV nation the US has become.
Thankfully, I am in a...