This is a flawed car for Americans: 1) More than 50% of the car is made or assembled in Mexico (the engines), and Japan (the transmisions). After adjusting the front power seat for myself, I'm 5'8", I noticed there is no seat memory as in my wife and myself: this is not a big deal as it uses the cars' main computer and would only involve one switch and about 4' of wire. The last nasty surprise is, after setting the seat for myself, I did something I always do at this point: I got in the back seat, and I smacked my head twice (I ducked after the 2nd time, and still hit my head). This isn't exactly rocket science, I don't know how Ford, a company I like, let this one out like this.
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