buying Ford rolls out 1-year return policy for car buyers amid COVID-19 uncertainty
Polestar 2 vs. Tesla Model 3: How do these EVs stack up?
We throw in some details about the Audi E-Tron, Jaguar I-Pace and Mercedes-Benz EQC, too.But Tesla isn't the only automaker that should be worried about the new kid on the block. With its recently announced $59,900 starting price, 275-mile range and slick, Google-based infotainment system, the Polestar 2 brings a lot to the table.
Buying a likely isn't a priority as begins to bake in amid the era, but Ford's latest program hopes to lay some of those fears to rest.
Ford Mustang Mach-E home charger costs $799, Amazon to offer installation
We also learned Ford will dish out free charging for Mustang Mach-E owners.Now we have a price for Ford's charging station meant to juice the Mustang Mach-E quickly at home. The company said Monday the wall box will cost $799 before taxes. The automaker will make it easy to buy the charging station, too. Soon-to-be Mustang Mach-E owners can purchase the charging station via a dealership or online and have it delivered before their electric SUV arrives. Or, those who buy the highly anticipated SUV can roll the $799 into the price of the Mustang Mach-E.
Titled the Ford Promise, the US automaker said on Monday it will allow new car buyers and lessees who finance through Ford Credit to return a vehicle with no strings attached in the event they lose their job. No, buyers won't be guaranteed a full refund, but they will have a burden of debt taken off their backs, should a worse-case-scenario play out.
Diving into the details, Ford said it will value any car based on the National Automobile Dealers Association average trade-in value, reduce a customer's amount owed by the NADA figure and then waive up to $15,000 extra. If there's a remaining balance after the assistance, the buyer or lessee will be responsible, but even then, it should hopefully be a fraction of the original loan or lease amount.
2021 Ford Bronco: Everything we know about the Jeep Wrangler rival
A debut is finally coming, and we have leaked photos of the SUV. Here's everything we know.Even though Ford has remained tight-lipped on the Bronco thus far, the company has confirmed a few things, and there are plenty of rumors to keep us waiting with bated breath until its actual reveal in July 2020. Here's everything we know so far.
Those who enroll should also know they'll be responsible for any late fees and deferred payments arranged through Ford Credit. However, once everything's squared away, Ford will report the account paid and closed -- no derogatory marks.
Some other details important for interested parties: Ford Promise will only cover buyers for a full year after 30 days of the initial purchase. Thus, if you buy a car today and lose your job on Friday, the program won't be applicable. After the 30-day period, owners and lessees will see the benefits become active.
Anyone who purchases or leases a new or used 2019, 2020 or 2021 Ford vehicle will have the Ford Promise benefits available to them; enrollment runs until September 30.
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Ford Mustang successor will live through the end of this decade, report says .
Production of the 7th-generation pony car should start in 2022, which suggests a reveal could happen as soon as next year.Citing sources close to the Blue Oval's plans, industry publication Automotive News reported Monday that Ford will keep this next pony car around for a lengthy eight-year product cycle. AN's sources also reaffirmed a 2022 production start date, which would give the next Mustang life through the end of this decade at least.