“Upside down” orientation, different doesn’t equal automatically wrong. It’s an inverted shock design, handles alot more sideways forces, especially in high speed off-road application like rallying where they are subject to extreme rough track/race conditions.
I don’t live in CO. But if the group needs more more car to meet the bulk ship rate, I’m interested. I have an October reservation and will fly out to Denver for pick up, from LA. Let me know...looking for a shorter flight and drive back.
AWD does not power 4 wheels all the time.
Most awd design today are so advanced, you think you’re driving fwd or rwd until you hit a slippery patch. Then black magic happens, power is cut to the wheel slipping & applied to the wheel with traction. Fuel economy is negligible.
Not true, they actually all have VIN on them for documentation/paperwork and proper registration trail for tracking purpose. How’s Ford going to prove to the DMV that each and everyone is accounted for when they junk them?