If you read the full power up it does state that the resizing was for pro/xlt small screen.
Android auto was changed also with that power up, the dumb nav screen stays on the top half and blank, can't get rid of it. Epic fail from ford.
The order has price protection, reservations don't.
It's up to the customer and the dealer to clarify the pricing at order. If you sign for one price, there isn't rolling much back.
Regardless, the 8.35% is more of a ding than its worth.
I see the original price protection program from Ford will be removed at purchase. So that should cover $7000.
The other increases and dealer fees are questionable. I have a feeling they won't bend on the pro model as it's gone fleet now but good luck.
Sure, if you want to pay more for the convenience.
Battery swapping is great for 247 fleet operations but I would prefer just to charge at home.
As with most things, there is never a one size fits all solution, more options are better.
In my jurisdiction you pay tax when you purchase a vehicle. The price is based on dealer invoice when new and then based on book or declared value, whichever is higher, for used sales. I think they use KBB for value.
What is this "property tax" you're talking about though?
Yes, they threw a giant battery, same 212kw as the hummer I'm guessing, into their truck.
In miles per kw of advertised range that would make the Chev less efficient than the lightning by quite a bit.
However, it should help ev's get adopted by the "I need 1000 miles of range everyday or I...