Deliveries of Mach-E Stall
According to macheclub.com, the arrival of your Ford mock ‘Stang may be delayed, although no reason had been given until now, when the enthusiast site reached out to Ford for comment.
“As part of our commitment to delivering high-quality vehicles, we are conducting additional quality checks on several hundred Mustang Mach-E models built before dealer shipments started last month,” said Emma Bergg of Ford public relations. “We want to ensure they meet the quality our customers expect and deserve. We notified affected customers that they may receive their Mustang Mach-Es on different timing than previously discussed. The team is working to expedite these vehicles, and we hope that customers receive them ahead of targeted dates, providing there are no COVID-19-related transportation delays.”
As for the total number of vehicles impacted by the additional quality checks, Bergg said, “It applies to several hundred vehicles, those customers who have been emailed.”
In the story, it was noted that several dozen Mach-Es were recently spotted having been shipped from the plant in Cuautitlan, Mexico to a rail yard in Kansas City, Missouri. We reported previously about the first delivery of an E to a dealership in Texas, so they have started trickling in. We’ve also discussed the electrification of the car posing as a Ford Mustang variant, causing a number of readers to weigh in with their take on the horse that’s too tame.
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