Ford recalls several Mustang Mach-E crossoversMarch 6, 2021
The American brand has announced the start of a service company that will affect 75 examples of the Ford Mustang Mach-E electric crossover. The problem with these machines is the loose subframe bolt.
Ford begins a service company for its most important vehicle, the Mustang Mach-E electric crossover. During regular checks for build quality, the brand found that the subframe bolt might not be fully tightened. According to representatives of the brand, their supplier is to blame for everything. Ford executives have made the decision to start a revocable campaign that will affect fewer than 75 customers who have already received their new electric crossover.
Blue Oval plans to test 1,258 unsold Mach-Es and 90 electric crossovers destined for the Canadian market for any malfunction.
Ford does not report any accidents / injuries that may be associated with the above malfunction.
Early production problems are not uncommon, and companies like Ford have dedicated teams that evaluate and test vehicles even after deliveries to customers begin to identify any issues before customers encounter them. It seems that this is exactly what happened here. This is not the first time Ford recalls a car so early – just a couple of months after the start of sales. For example, after the start of sales of the Ford Explorer and Lincoln Aviator SUVs, the brand’s engineers also quickly found a malfunction, which was fixed in the same year.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the production of the Ford Mustang electric crossover began in China. In China, they began mass production of the electric crossover Ford Mustang Mach-E GT for the local car market. The cars are manufactured at the Ford Changan joint venture in Hangzhou.
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