- May 3, 2006
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Well, to be fair,Illinois dealership (No surprise there) tries to markup a new Mach-E by $10k and not even let someone test drive it and Ford gets involved.
Interesting development in my opinion. It might be hard to talk about here since we have dealership people on the site. But one of the big advantages for Tesla is the lack of the dealership model.
This was huge for me and believing that Ford wants to take on Tesla directly.
Ford's first big push into the electric vehicle market is the Mustang Mach-E. It appears the vehicle has been very popular. Any automotive enthusiastwww.geeky-gadgets.com
I was pretty happy with my Sport Edition P4's for my winter tire set on my RS. $104/ea. And thanks to assholes trying for an insurance payout I found out you can nail a curb at 30mph and while the rim was fucked, it still held air.You can’t buy wheels for $150 anymore! Any decent wheel these days is $400 ea.
Update that thread I wanna see your baller wheels!
Agreed. But I think we can also all agree that is absolutely rare today. Lets just refer to John as a unicorn.Well, to be fair,
If everyone was as up front and easy to deal with as John, then dealerships wouldn't have nearly the rep they do. And while I'm knowleible enough and savvy enough to not get taken advantage of, I've watched my family members get absolutely destroyed on a car 'deal' and come out feeling like they won the lottery.
I was going to post this as well. Jesus what. Nightmare. How is stuff like that not tested over and over again by Ford or electrify America ?Really long video but an in-depth look into road tripping a Mach-E. Quite a few issues with the car/charging network. I couldn’t see getting one over a Tesla right now.
Not only that but in the car I can see how many chargers are available, if some are offline, if a station is closed etc.I would say the thing about tesla that is a 100% fact that cannot be argued is that the supercharger network is the easiest to use (just plug it in) and that it really does charge as fast as advertised.
Yeah I’ve watched a lot of his road trip videos which is what blew me away with how frustrating the Mach E road trip was compared to the Tesla road trips.He is pretty unbiased in his reviews if you ever have some time to spare and want to skip through some of his longer trips. He even says in this video he’s trying to promote non Tesla EVs. He even set the cannonball EV record in the Porsche. But the charging issues these cars are having makes it really hard to say there is really any other option but a tesla