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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-19-2010 Thread Starter
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If you think your new Ford is the best car ever made, you are not alone. In a new survey conducted for Ford by RDA Group of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., 84 per cent of customers who purchased 2010 model-year Ford, Lincoln and Mercury cars and trucks are satisfied with the quality of their vehicle. Thats a four percentage point improvement since the fourth quarter of 2009, according to the first quarter Global Quality Research System (GQRS) study. Details were released April 19.



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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-19-2010
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Too bad my 2010 doesn't work. Ever.

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Too bad my 2010 doesn't work. Ever.
Sorry to hear...I've had 54,000 completely trouble-free miles out of my 2007 so far. Best car I've ever owned.

07 GT Vista Blue, Auto, C&L CAI, 3.73 gears, Alternative Auto 93 Tune, 5% Tint, Stripes, 18x9 front/18x10 rears - SOLD

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I'm very happy with my Ford's. My 2001 Bullitt, with 50,400 miles on it, has never been in the shop for repairs since new. The only problems I've had with my 86,000 mile 98 convertible, have been a gas problem, that took out the oxygen sensors, and recently a horn that beeps on it's own. My 07 had a air bag a,d a check engine light come on, that was only a reprograming that fixed it.
I've never had a GM product, except my 85 Oldsmobile, that didn't require several hundred dollars of parts replacements, while still under warranty. I usually buy a new vehicle, every two or three years.
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Well, of course!
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