Ford Stops Mustang Mach-E Deliveries For “Additional Quality Checks”

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Ford has had a storied history. They began as innovators of automobiles with their Model A, back in 1903. And have since thrived with generations of powerful cars like none have ever seen before. But nowadays, they’re riddled with a couple of problems here and there that just aren’t all that fair.

Specifically, with the Mustang Mach-E.

It’s just bad news for the American automaker. Ford has had to announce delays in their Mustang Mach-E deliveries. This recent change is cited because of “additional quality checks.”

They started delivering the Mustang Mach-E just last year. But it was only a handful later before Mustang Mach-E units were detected with an inconsistency previously unknown before.

Some folks were notified that they’d have to wait an extra month and others figure it’d be worth to ask Ford themselves, “hey, what’s the hold-up?”

One of the Ford Spokesfolks has mentioned that there were “additional quality checks” that needed to be done within “several hundred” of the newest models.

In a statement, Ford insisted that “we want to ensure they [the Mustang Mach-E units] meet the quality our customers expect and deserve.”

What exactly the “additional quality checks” were is left unknown.

It’s very interesting, considering all the words Ford has had on Tesla…

From a short while ago, there has been a whole shroud of shade thrown at Tesla. Ford leaders indicate that unlike their EV competitor, their doors “fit properly,” while “plastics and other materials color-match,” and “the roof doesn’t come off when you wash it.” We’re being nice about it but it seems like a lame move on Ford’s part to jab the young buck of automobiles. Almost like a crabby grandpa complaining about the invention of an iron lung.

In any case, Ford’s just looking to outdo the competition to give customers 100% satisfaction guaranteed.

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