Maybe I just got lucky but the first dealer (who wasn't even the selling dealer) that I stopped at checked my hood out, took some pictures, and had Ford's approval to replace the hood in just a few days. It goes in on the 20th and hopefully comes back with a perfect paint match!
Mine just died out on the interstate a couple weeks ago. Started back up and hasn't done it since. Nothing lit up on the dash and all the gauges were normal. I've driven 500 miles or so since with no more problems.
Just discovered the hood corrosion issue on my 2015. Since it's a known issue going back ten years it just seems wrong to keep going with the touch it up if they complain strategy. This is my 4th Mustang to do this! Kind of makes you fall out of love with your car a bit.
Come on Ford. I can't believe that 10 years later we still have the same hood paint issue that I had on the '05 vert, '07 Shelby, and 2011. The worst part is that yes it can be fixed under warranty but that this is a temporary fix only and it will eventually return.
I had a V6 as my daily for a few years and I recently got to take a nice drive in my buddy's ecoboost. The six was fun and the turbo was very impressive, especially without the weight in the front. But I will definitely be sticking with my 5.0!
Thanks. Not looking for serious mods...maybe basic cai, tune, and a convertible exhaust that's just a bit more bad sounding. I will keep my eye on your site. Congrats on a your accomplishments at the track!
Oh my, they don't like you much there even after you tried to pay list price for the new tire. What a shame...places like that give the good dealer's a bad reputation. This is exactly what I worry about with having no spare. I'm on the third Mustang without one and worry about having my...