Does anyone realize what I posted was my thoughts on how I felt Ford should handle it?
This is now the second reply that is questioning whether or not it's possible.
I don't care if it's likely or possible, it's what I think Ford should do.
I don't believe this crew saw anything (deals) closer than Chapman or Brewster (NY).
Seems no other dealers wanted the extra business. Most stuck to MSRP, best to call around and negotiate beforehand.
At least that's what I've read in here ;)
That's pretty sweet... Well that you could make changes... The Forever to build it part sucks.
Sadly my dealer said no changes, you have a VIN. Yet dealer #2 did get a color change done for me about 30 minutes ago.
Just got off phone with dealer #1 and looks like that color change going...
See what she says after the test drive. You may be surprised and she may really like it.
They aren't bad vehicles, just not the big Bronco. And every one has their own taste in vehicles, so why not right?
I didn't say it was $695. I said Ford should charge the cost of the upgrade.
And if you want to take it further, then can deal with the loss of the soft top. They were/are pushing people towards the soft top, so take the hit. Cost of business.
I'll give you 2 options... As a customer, not as Ford.
1. Same charge as current upgrade cost (what is is $695..$795, I forget). And charge for shipping.
2. Double current charge, 1/2 of estimated charge. $1500 with free shipping.
My thoughts anyways.
Hey @Ford Motor Company i have an idea, since we all got bumped 5+ weeks with zero communication from Ford or our dealers, how about you report back to the powers that be and....
1. Allow us to change our colors!
2. Allow us to make minor changes to our builds (ie. Add axillary switches, add...