Awesome! Thank you!!!I'm the technician that did the review on this video and the reason I did not put fuel in this is because we have a process that we have to go through where the vehicle has fuel put in it before it leaves and it's just standard procedure plus everything was closed down towards the end of the day so there was no way I could get fuel put in it sooner but it was put in the very next morning
Sir, you are a total professional !!! Refreshing to see someone who is so dedicated to customer satisfaction and takes no shortcuts to ensure that quality is job one.I actually made a video response to this on my channel, there was another gentleman that came to my channel and I had to block him because he was being very negative about the process that I went through and it was only a professional process with their customers best interests in mind
I recently bought a BMW that was manufactured in Germany then shipped to my local dealer for delivery. When I received it the vehicle had 2.5 miles on the odometer and was in impeccable condition. Several years ago I bought a Ford Escape Hybrid (when they first came out) and the dealer who helped me order it took the vehicle for a drive when it arrived as he said he had never seen a hybrid before and was curious...no worries though as the Escape was perfect. I'll be smiling when I finally take receipt of my new Maverick for sure!My dad's Nissan came with only 4 miles on the odometer, guess the techs at Nissan didn't care if it had issues.
Luckily for him the only issue he ever had was with one of the speakers, and they replaced that quickly without question.
It may please you to know that the youtube algorithm fed this video to me this morning.I actually made a video response to this on my channel, there was another gentleman that came to my channel and I had to block him because he was being very negative about the process that I went through and it was only a professional process with their customers best interests in mind
Wait, I don't get this....why should we only believe it is an honest review if it calls it "cheap junk" or "not a real truck" and has a negative slant? I'd say his review was pretty much right on for an economical vehicle. Granted, I wasn't expecting an $80K Navigator for under $30k and after a week of having mine, I'd be hard pressed to find a negative slant for where this fits if I did a review....and I don't work for Ford PR, just a happy customer. I don't get why so many are so quick to believe the negative as fact and be suspicious of the positive as a biased publicity stunt.No offense but this seems like a fluff PR vid. I saw one a ways back where a mechanic looked at the Bronco Sport (which seems fairly similar to the Mav to me in terms of engine, undercarriage quality etc) and he just tore it up, basically implied it was cheap junk, and kept sarcastically noting it was "not a real Bronco". Not saying either was right or wrong but this not much of a critical look under the hood. I would like to see something more negatively slanted at the Mav like that just to learn more.