Ford:It cost 1,000 extra each yer to have one
Two of Ford outsourced to non-union, low wage state Florida, customer
service employees informed me that:
Ford tires have to changed every 12,000, or as Kristina claimed "every
Shocks on Ford car have to repaired every 6,500 to 12,000 Kristina and
The cars have to aligned every 6, 000- every 6 months. wow.
The fact that no checking of any of the above was done by the dealers
when the truck went in , is not a problem or oversight despite the fact
that the truck was in the dealership for 4 days- until we drove back
to get it and found out that not only our phone calls were not answered
but nobody checked the truck.As long as it was on full warranty no "diagnostic"
was performed or anything done at all.
Now, the Ford dealership will charge for"diagnostic" elsewhere called
checking for problem and free estimate, before even considering honoring
the extended warranty which is a scam- it apparently covers absolutely
To maintain Ford cars as describe above would be 1,000 a year.Mines oil
change, I expect that Ford requires one every 500 miles.
it would make the cars the most idiotic purchase ever.
It would make it the most expensive car in the entire world, including
the original T-model.
I have therefore checked Yokohama tires, Michelin tires and Big O tires-
all warrantied on 60,000 , Yokohama at 72,000. In writing.
I'd say you "customer service" lies.
However, as I mentioned earlier, all correspondence and all I am being
told is, and will be, made available world wide on all available media.
Today post is:
Ford does not provide any repairs, or corrects any scams, with the above
specifications and link to other companies and their warranty.
Copies to your CEO.
I do dislike thieves, however nicely suited.
However, I do not want the most expensive truck in the world.
I therefore propose that you take your substandard product back. California
State taxes me on the value of #12,500 of this truck, I will return
it you for this amount plus the $1,00o of extended warranty that is
refundable when the truck is sold.
I will advice that we all return your cars/trucks because we cannot afford
such flimsy vehicles on the road.