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  1. MY22 Production Extended AGAIN!

    No no no, wasn't accusing you of lying, sorry if it came across that way! :) I'd definitely seen the 11/14 ones (here & FB), but hadn't seen an 11/21 or 11/28 one yet. Unfortunately, neither would surprise me... :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
  2. MY22 Production Extended AGAIN!

    Can you point me to a thread where somebody said they'd been scheduled for either of those weeks? I tried to find one via search but have been unsuccessful so far.
  3. Chapman/Horsham -- 2022MY to 2023MY rollover orders

    Yeah, in his weekly video on Tuesday night @fordvideoguy mentioned that there would be no Maverick scheduling this week. Further, multiple people have posted in MTC that their MY22 build had slipped to week of 11/14. So it seems that there is at least some delay (shocker!) in wrapping up the...
  4. Chapman/Horsham -- 2022MY to 2023MY rollover orders

    Not a peep. And since no MY23 scheduling this week, I don't expect they'll have anything to share, so haven't even bothered with a follow-up.
  5. Episode 59: Now That Your 2023 Order Is In, What's Next?

    There are no more allocations for MY22, as no more MY22s are being scheduled. I think his ref to the 22 orders was that the 63 for the first month of MY23 scheduling would knock out pretty much all of his rolled over 22s.
  6. Episode 59: Now That Your 2023 Order Is In, What's Next?

    The 63 number is purportedly his allocation for the first month of MY23 scheduling. He did also mention they’re expecting to receive a bunch of MY22s in the coming weeks that should drive up their sales number, which then in turn should spawn more MY23 allocations.
  7. Episode 59: Now That Your 2023 Order Is In, What's Next?

    Spoiler Alert - no Maverick MY23 scheduling this week. :(
  8. Dealership Allocation active

    Likely those are the ones that COVP was approved by Ford Corporate.
  9. Elephant in room: Around 80% of orders are Hybrids.

    Because they're not going to cut into the production capacity of a higher margin vehicle (likely everything else in the lineup) to produce a very low margin (even if wildly popular!) vehicle like the Maverick. Great username btw - my high school car was a 1970 Dodge Challenger that my dad & I...
  10. Long McArthur 794 MY23 Orders from Episode 58 & 59 Live Stream, 132 XL, 449 XLT, 213 Lariat with 68.6% of them Hybrids !!!

    I drove a 2011 Honda CR-V for over 215k miles, great vehicle. Biggest downsides on a Ridgeline (even Hybrid): 1) They currently start at $38k; hybrid would probably be $42k+, even for bare bones 2) They’re a little big (210” long instead of Mav’s 199.7”) 3) The Ridgeline targets a larger payload...
  11. Elephant in room: Around 80% of orders are Hybrids.

    They're not doing a very good job of selling me much of anything, so far... :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:
  12. WSJ article on Blue Oval badge shortage

    They still put the blue oval badge on the tailgate, and the grill.
  13. WSJ article on Blue Oval badge shortage

    Hahahahaha, could you imagine if your Maverick was built, sitting in a parking lot outside Hermosillo, and THIS was the reason it wasn't shipped for weeks or months? :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
  14. Highest VIN number Tracker

    Interesting that the large list is all XL & Lariats, no XLTs at all.
  15. Chapman Horsham- Email just received- only 11 allocations!

    Nope, they pretty much sell themselves. I just laugh at the folks who think their rage and loss of loyalty to Ford means anything to the company. They don’t have to care because they’ll still sell every one they can crank out.
  16. Competition from Toyota

    Important to compare apples-to-apples. Using the EPA numbers is the only way to do this.
  17. Elephant in room: Around 80% of orders are Hybrids.

    They don't care about the resentment, either. ;)
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