I'm not going to provide that publicly. Just as I did not provide the name of my original dealer, who I didn't have a good experience with. I'm not here to shame or lift up any Ford dealer in particular. The dealers didn't balance our your order. Ford did. The dealers didn't decide that there's no plan in place for price protection or order priority. Ford did.What are the dealers names? What is the name of the salesperson for these orders?
I'll add that these dealers are ALL having trouble getting inventory. If any or all of them are suddenly flooded with another few dozen orders from frustrated Transit customers due to my post, it has the potential to mess up the current order situation for any of those customers I mentioned before since Ford does not build these out with any transparency or in order of deposit and build placed. I can't do that to the people generous enough to share their experiences with me.
I'll keep the thread updated if I hear more stories relevant to this topic or if I get a build date for either of my '23 Transit orders. I will just reiterate what I said in my previous post. If Ford is providing no price protection or priority buildouts for customers who got their '22 Transit orders cancelled, what is the benefit of sticking with the same dealer who did not deliver your Transit to you in the first place?