Three years, eighteen pages of repair
orders, and five recalls. First, last,
and only American manufactured car I
will purchase. Ford should be ashamed
to produce a vehicle of such poor fit,
finish, and quality. Both front seats
were replaced, all of the exhaust
system heat shields, and one engine
control module. Two "FEMs," whatever
they are, luggage rack, and the engine
starter have all been replaced. And
the fuel economy is NEVER greater than
Good, strong, motor; when it runs. It's
still a nice looking, comfortable
vehicle. Too bad it's such a shoddy
The dealership, from which I bought the
vehicle, is close to home, which is
good, because the vehicle spends plenty
of time there.
Let Mazda build everything but the
trucks. Put "Cruise On" indication
somewhere in the instrument cluster.
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