Thought I'd open a thread here for sharing ownership experiences. . . Whatever thoughts pro/con you care to share. Be helpful, maybe, to note your model specifics, mileage, & date rec'd.
What are the last 8 digits of your vehicle's VIN, and when were you told that it was produced? Is it to go by rail or convoy...that info is on the factory sticker?
I will be super peeved if my vehicle takes almost 3 weeks to ship?FUJ08786 and the build date on the window sticker shows 120140718, so it was produced on 18 July. It shows rail for method of transportation. The last information I have is that it is waiting shipment.
Thx!! Appreciate the feedback!
Our to-be-traded-in Lexus RX400h is the same. I can fit some things under it, but bigger items require it be removed.I love mine so far. The only thing I have noticed is that I do have to remove the cargo cover to fit most larger items in the back. No issues or problems with anything.
I feel your pain, however I just received a call from my salesman at Gilpin Ford in Prescott. The car is in Phx at the train yard and he is sending down a truck with trailer to pick it up so I can have it TODAY instead of Tuesday. I do believe that is going a step or two beyond. My biggest problem has always been with the concierge at Lincoln and NOT Gilpin Ford . Full report to follow on the MKC.Goepfrich -- you and I are in the same boat. I ordered mine on May 27th, it was produced on July 22nd, and still not here. Aside from the email for the Concierge earlier this week that said it was still at the plant, no one seems to have a timetable or any idea when it will show up. Strange. Patience, patience is the order of the day I guess.....
They seem to be able to build the vehicles in a timely manner, but are falling short shipping and delivering. Could have a negative impact on sales of a great vehicle.I might have a difficult time warming up to my MKC ,it still isn't here.........Ordered it on June 3rd, was built on July 22nd and today Aug 8th NO one knows where it's at!!!!!!!!!!!!! absolutely absurd.....
I was told that on Wednesday 8/6 Louisville plant was to receive 120 empty railcars and only received 20. That said, they're probably having to ship cars to destinations where the railcar has good utilization on a future trip, i.e., no/few empty moves.They seem to be able to build the vehicles in a timely manner, but are falling short shipping and delivering. Could have a negative impact on sales of a great vehicle.