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Welp, that does it. I'm done with ford for any new vehicle.
I've had 3 different fords in the past 12 years, always looked at ford first when considering a new car and was really looking at a ranger for the past 2 years but wanted to wait for a hybrid/phev.
ford has shown time and time again...
While you are likely right, I can hope.
In my mind, it would all be based on scanned part code and different instructions would be run based on that. Good engineers could make it happen and account for error conditions. It just depends on the cost aspect for whatever manufacturer.
I hope they...
Automation will be the future of vehicle production. Hopefully that could mean a greater level of customization possible from the factory since it is not relying on unskilled labor.
edit: background, I've been rabidly anti-union since I was threatened by some representative of one shortly after...
ROW ranger diesel 2.0TT
US ranger 2.3T
Which one would be better at towing?
Maybe the added price of their diesel option was too great, plus the extra cost of fuel and maintenance. Manufacturers build what sells, and start cutting out things that don't sell well.
They didn't fudge the numbers. The emissions numbers were reported as what they were during the test, the same as every other vehicle.
There isn't a way to cheat the test. The car doesn't affect the sensors the test uses.
Do vehicles run the exact same fuel/spark/timing tables in ALL...
"When the cars were operating under controlled laboratory conditions - which typically involve putting them on a stationary test rig - the device appears to have put the vehicle into a sort of safety mode in which the engine ran below normal power and performance. Once on the road, the engines...
Never had to use gloves nor needed them.
Diesels existed before def and were better then. Once deleted many vehicles see more power and better gas (diesel? lets just say fuel) mileage.
They've never fudged emissions or mpg numbers, they met the testing criteria same as every other vehicle that...
Sounds like I'll go with toyota then. The Uninvolved in Auto Work group will kill the big 3 if the big 3 doesn't kill them first.
"The union will push to restore pay improvements tied to the cost of living and retiree benefits cut during the 2008-2009 economic crisis."
Pensions should be done...
XLT will save me 5-6k and still give me adaptive cruise and integrated trailer brake controller.
It's not like lariat has rear ac or AC seats. So fuck it.
I don't care about zone lighting, push button start, turn signal indicators in body color mirrors, Ford nav, and the audio isn't worth that...
less moving parts in a 4 cylinder
less possibility of transmission issues with the 10r60 (the 2.7 is nearing the torque limit of the 10r60 iirc)
known configuration that has been proven
possibility of better gas mileage but unknown
I'd rather go with the 2.7 but those are some positives I can...
I dont need it, thats the thing. So I can wait or look elsewhere if Ford wants to play games or tacoma is a better truck for my needs.
I get by on my current vehicles fine.
In too many experiences, dealerships are shady and a bunch of liars.