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I'm curious as new members keep signing up, does everyone or anyone own a Ford already?

Are you a Ford fan an excited by an electric SUV from Ford. Or are you an EV owner or premium brand owner, excited by the Model E?
 

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I've mostly owned German cars like VW and BMW but I'm open to any new EVs that come out. Based on everything so far I'm very excited for the Mach E.
 

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I do not. I have actually never owned anything that wasn't an asian import. However, I want my next vehicle to be an EV crossover with decent range and performance, so the Mach E is on my radar!
 

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I am pretty loyal to Ford although I have owned other makes through the years. I currently drive a 2013 SHO and my wife drives a 2008 Ford Escape Hybrid.
 

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I have a Mustang, and would love to have some extra space for instruments and such (I perform in a band in my spare time) while maintaining sporty driving feel and electric drive.
 

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I have a Mustang, and would love to have some extra space for instruments and such (I perform in a band in my spare time) while maintaining sporty driving feel and electric drive.
As someone who owns a Mustang, what do you think of the electric one that's being shown at SEMA?
 

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I used to have a 98 Taurus which was a great car. Was reliable well past 365k . Ive always been of a fan of the history of the company and Detroit. Detroit has always fascinated me.
 

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Yup. I currently own 3 (or 4 if you count Mercury). Gen 2 Explorer Sport (1995), Gen 4 Explorer XLT V8 (2008), 2003 Mustang GT Convertible and a Mercury Sable LS 2003. Could also consider my 2008 Jaguar X150 as it was built the last year Ford owned Jaguar.

Thinking of beginning foray into EV with Ford. Mach E is of interest. Given the history with Ford and the fact I still own several models, it is a testament to how I feel about the brand. As I'm sure Ford knows, meeting all teh requirements (range, price, technology) are all needed for this new vehicle, but it will be the styling that might be the deal maker/breaker as this may be a primary daily driver for my Mrs. Given the fact I drove a 24 year old Exploere to work today with my Jag sitting in the garage, means that extreme styling may not be the most important item on my list surrounding the Mach E. Form Follows Function has kinda always been a mantra around Ford.
 

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No, a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland V8, and a 2017 BMW 340iGT, both with four wheel drive. The Jeep replaced the most reliable vehicle I've ever owned, a 2006 Ford Explorer V8.
 

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Gotta agree with the Explorer V8. Aside from replacing the front and rear hubs and a frayed wire in airbox compartment, the vehicle has been very relaible for the past 11 years. Regualr oil changes included of course. The engine and trans are bulletproof. I have been using it to tow around a trailer and it has more than enough power. If this holds true whith what might come from the Mach e project, I'd feel comfortable with owning one.
 

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2016 Focus RS and three BMWs (135i and two X3s
I'm curious as new members keep signing up, does everyone or anyone own a Ford already?

Are you a Ford fan an excited by an electric SUV from Ford. Or are you an EV owner or premium brand owner, excited by the Model E?
J Scully
A 2017 Escape 2.0 Ecoboost and a 2017 Fusion Sport and excited about the Mach E
 
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