Right on. Well if all goes according to plan, you'll get my business.
Not too far if a drive, all things considered, to avoid the bull shit of massive markups. I'll just pile the family in the minivan and tell them we're going to Disney. They won't mind, right!?
This is good news, excellently timed as well! Because it looks like I'll be moving to Tampa in a few months, and I was just wondering what to do about dealerships.
Is the Kissimee store the closest Mullinax to Tampa? Google wasn't as forthcoming as I'd prefer.
Listen, with this extra deposit looming, and with the secretive build and price further delayed, I gotta' generate some cash. So, you know, I'll have to let go of my beloved Turbo S and Rubicon.
It's hard to let go, but if I want that winch I'll never use, a lift I don't need, and a daily...
To clarify, I'm not suggesting the dealerships will fail, but the logistics of Ford getting alllll the specific Broncos to one dealer, at a speed people expect, might be an issue.
So those folks with all their eggs in the massive basket may see a lot of people getting Broncos before they do.
This is my concern as well, although you have actual real world experiential to back up your thoughts. Me? I'm just guessing, but I think these dealers offering deals and getting a ton of people to pick them are gonna have a lot of people with unrealistic expectations pitching a fit come...
Right on. That's always how I've been. I bought a Camaro back in the day, and I was immediately supposed to be at war with Mustang owners. WTF? I like. I like them ALL. If you like it, so do I. Way too much arguing and nonsense in the world. It's WAY more fun to just like stuff.
I almost bought...
I had that exact Traeger. When it worked, it was awesome, buuuut it didnt work well at all. It was very inconsistent and annoying. Also a PAIN to transport. Big, heavy, bulky, and dirty. A great idea in theory, but in practice it wasnt so great.
Unlike last nights' ribs, which were fantastic!
I think enthusiasts consistently over-estimate their relevance to automakers.
We complain the most. We often wait for the used market.
Big companies chase the average consumers, not us wild obsessives debating trim levels and tire choices.
Ford knows what they've done here, but what they've...