Yes, we can either roll with the punches or start to bitch and moan. Neither one will make an impact but one is more pleasant for everyone involved. We should be counting our blessings - whatever they may be - if we can still go ahead and purchase a new vehicle during these uncertain times.
@Gr8Hortoni sounds great! We have a Grand Cherokee and one time we went on an unpaved trail by the Au Sable river to go camping and that's about as much 'offroading' as my wife is willing to put up with :D
@Gr8Hortoni I totally get that. I'm the exact opposite. I don't want it till 2022 so I took advantage of the $2k deal while it lasted- otherwise I wouldn't have reserved yet. I will be the first to admit that I will never use it to it's capabilities. I just don't like the look on the standard BD...
Dean Arbor in Tawas is great. We have family in the area who only go through them. My mom actually got a call from her regular sales guy who knew she was looking for a Minivan and since Ford doesn’t make anything he was giving her all the alternatives. Someone had traded it in and...
Actually no, we don’t travel with them. I mentioned them because I take them to the dog park almost daily but we usually get a house/dog sitter when we go on vacation. And I assume you mentioned staying the night before you because you’re allergic to dogs? Maybe stay at a place that doesn’t...
The point about the snow was that the Bronco could serve as a convertible during summer but still handle the snow better than a Mustang but point taken. Yes, would love an Expedition but garage space is limited and Explorer is about a big as we can fit.
Yeah, I have an October reservation at Granger for $2k below invoice so I figure there’s limited downside risk with getting a 2022 MY Bronco and if I hate it sell it because it should still have a good resale value.
I actually plan on getting a set of winter tires. It also extends the life of your original tires. You can probably score a deal on takeoffs from someone going aftermarket and put snow tires. I’m thinking of getting four snow tires and then a spare tire delete for the winter time.
You may want to change dealers. So far the consensus is that you can change models from reservation to when you actually order. So if they’re already shady about that, I wouldn’t want to hazard a guess about the rest of the ordering process.
no kids but a couple Retrievers. The space in the second row is just cramped for the idea of road trips- which we do a couple times a year. I suppose I could always rent a Yukon for those trips, though.