Lol ADM didn’t kill the RS. Ford followed GM and Chrysler and got rid of their small car market. The RS was a byproduct of that. Your ass must be real sore from a specific dealer with how upset you are.
Exactly people complain so much about the prices. If it bothers them that much they could always wait until they are available on the lots. It’s not like this is not a mass produced vehicle.Who cares, this is America. If they want to rip people off let them. It’s not like someone has a gun to your head making you buy one of their over priced Broncos.
I agree, I wish they’d do something but I think the franchise agreement ties their hands. The key is finding a decent dealership and that’s a feat in itself. I loved my RS but could not stand the seats.Nah I’m just not deepthroating the Ford boot lol
The OP is just warning people so they don’t waste their time. Pointing out a business that is unethical and unscrupulous it’s just a helpful way of warning people. People do care that’s why there are forms to warn people of a greedy dealership.Who cares, this is America. If they want to rip people off let them. It’s not like someone has a gun to your head making you buy one of their over priced Broncos.
It’s time for your medication.You need to be able to discern between a generalization and a fact. The comment was in reference to the general public that doesn't really care and in fact is buying some of those Broncos at the markup. If they weren't then the markup would go away at some point. You assumed I was talking specifically about the microcosm that is this forum.
So before calling someone a liar you need to confirm their intent.
Wasn't the RS always a 2-3 run and was expected to again have a short life? I seem to recall that's why ADM was so rampant because the car was expected to only have a 2 year run and had so many delays getting to market is what drove ADM's. It was much like Bronco. Many had orders placed for a year and couldn't get one.