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I think that anyone who has a Hybrid scheduled for production or is waiting to be scheduled would be pissed if Ford does what you suggest.

Currently EcoBoost builds are outnumbering Hybrids by 3:1 and only EcoBoost are being delivered. That alone is already a thorn in the Hybrid orderer's side.
I agree ordered a XL HYBRID with minimal options thinking it would get scheduled sooner rather than later 🤔
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@thealexhdz8 Yes, Priority 10 is as good as it gets. Only Ford can lower the number when they are previewing for scheduling.
 
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Looks like my xl trim Maverick will be a birthday gift in 2022. I am a Taurus.
 

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Come on FE Hybrids, it is our time now
Yes, Yes, Yes. Agree 👍😊 with you 100%. Would love to see my Rapid Red First Edition Hybrid Lariat on the highway 🛣, but I'm afraid I just might have to wait because of the color???
 

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Like I posted earlier else were, let them build and ship the EB's for now unto the EPA # and OKTB comes out for the Hybrids! There are a lot of Hybrid's waiting to ship that will take time. So when the Hybrids are OKTB then Ford can and should dedicate a week or 2 to building as many Hybrids they can. So then everyone will be happy and your Hybrid will not have sat in the desert for months. I know Ford will do what Ford wants but here to forward thinking!
Yah if Ford doesn't know when they will be getting word from the EPA at some point they will need to delay building hybrids. There is only so much space around the plant for staging vehicles so months of even low production amounts will start gumming up the works. Also it won't make financial sense for them to use what may be constrained parts like covers and spray in liner for it to sit in Mexico and not bring in money.
 

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Yah if Ford doesn't know when they will be getting word from the EPA at some point they will need to delay building hybrids. There is only so much space around the plant for staging vehicles so months of even low production amounts will start gumming up the works. Also it won't make financial sense for them to use what may be constrained parts like covers and spray in liner for it to sit in Mexico and not bring in money.
Agree. They should just put the hybrid on hold (sounds like it probably already is) until they figure everything out and get the parts they need.
 

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Just received an email that my build date has changed from the week of November 8 to the 15th. Looks like because the plant shut down for two days they're moving orders back.
 

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If you already have a build date, this means nothing to you. You’re good. This information is only relevant to unscheduled orders.
Thank you, the chart did leave a little confused about my 10/25 build week for my hybrid XLT.
 
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