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- Jun 4, 2012
Ford Is Paying Bronco Order Holders $2,500 to Buy Something ElseStory by Rob Stumpf • 2h ago
It seems like everybody and their mother wants a Ford Bronco nowadays. The Blue Oval's off-roader has been a hit since its revival, resulting in a year's wait or more for some loyal—and extremely patient—customers. Supply is still struggling to meet demand, and Ford is now willing to pay buyers $2,500 to cancel their Bronco order for something else.
That's nice! Apple Ford in Columbia?I had reached out to Nick for a an Explorer ST, but gave my local guy a chance. We were going back and forth on a 22 (they had 4 of them) when he became ill and was off for a couple days. A 2023 showed up wile he was off and we switched to that one. After a lot of back and forth, picked it up Saturday afternoon. Clincher was 36 months at 0%.
I have already reached out to Nick and thanked him for his help, I certainly think no less of him, please continue to send him your business.
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I haven't had any issues and I currently own 5 ford Vehicles. Can you give some examples of Shotting Craftsmanship from Ford? Serious question. not trolling.Ford Quality has been pure misery for over a decade, but people still lap and guzzle Ford cum. I don't get it.
Not even any recalls? I bought a new 2014 Explorer and it has been recalled for half a dozen different things. Just got another recall a couple weeks ago which I haven't addressed yet.
Sure but minor shit like:Not even any recalls? I bought a new 2014 Explorer and it has been recalled for half a dozen different things. Just got another recall a couple weeks ago which I haven't addressed yet.
Thats kinda what I was getting at...Eh I've seen it. It's not any worse than the other manufacturers though.
I've had about half a dozen recalls for rear toe link on our 13' Explorer Sport.Not even any recalls? I bought a new 2014 Explorer and it has been recalled for half a dozen different things. Just got another recall a couple weeks ago which I haven't addressed yet.
Eh I've seen it. It's not any worse than the other manufacturers though.
It’s not as bad as we make it out to be. Just pointing out every manufacture has issues, always has always will. My dealer sees 130-150 cars in service a day, so we are bound to see a lot of issues.Jesus you guys are making me scared of buying a new car. I went out on a limb and bought a freaking Buick a few years ago. Over 150k and have only had it on once for a TSB. 2 sets of tires and plugs at 100k and that is it. Still on original brakes somehow. I don’t even like GM…
That's what mine is for. The notice stated that if I still lived in Las Vegas(my former residence until last year and the address Ford has on record) that I could ignore it. But if I lived or planned on taking the vehicle to where the roads are salted during winter months I need to get it done. I don't know if I will or not.I've had about half a dozen recalls for rear toe link on our 13' Explorer Sport.
Ford has had some big issues recently. Current Explorer launch was terrible. 3.5 NA V6 engines with the internal water pumps failing taking out engines. 1.5L/1.6L/2.0L ecoboost engines with the slit open deck blocks flowing coolant into the cylinders taking out engines. Hoping my 19 Edge wont see that issue. Its bad enough when I open the rear doors they drop what seems like 3/8" inch, and nobody uses the back doors much. Everyone has issues, but Fords have been big. (edit forgot about the focus transmissions)