They totally ran out of MGV while stitching together your seats and reached for the next available material. Sorry dude.
On the bright side, at least the assembly person didn't reach for the brown bag leftover from their lunch!
My luck would work like this: The Bronco at the back of the truck would be mine; unscathed by the low bridge. Then as they pull it off the truck and I let out a sigh of relief it would spontaneously combust.
But man, that is a bummer.
Agree with you, but if Ford wants the feedback, and if the reason for canceling is the dealership, it seems a bit counterintuitive. Who's to say my shitty dealership isn't going to either "paraphrase" or just not forward my feedback about them to Ford?
My dealership called telling me Ford wants to know why I canceled my order. Seems strange that Ford wouldn't send out a survey or something, and that my terrible experience with the dealership should be passed on by that same dealership to Ford. Anyone else?
Same exact thing happened to me. I changed my build, dealership didn't update it, but I got an email from Ford saying I was being pushed to 2022 so I didn't follow up thinking I'd have an opportunity to spec out a 2022 (different color, etc.).
Then a month later I get an email from Ford that...