1967 Ford Mustang from North America
The first and only Ford we ever owned, and we will never ever again buy any Ford product
The first and only Ford we ever owned, and we will never ever again buy any Ford product, those profound pieces of junk.
I don't fault the Mustang for needing a major repair within just under 50,000 miles of driving, for that was the norm in those days, but I do fault Ford for refusing to honor their 50,000 mile warranty. Eventually I found myself in a small claims court in Washington DC, up against a senior partner of DC's most costly law firm who represented Ford. To paraphrase the judge's ruling, I was right in that Ford owed me a repair under warranty, but because I had not followed the small print in Ford's warranty to the letter, Ford was off the hook.
So, in the ensuing 4 decades, we never again bought any Ford product, and we never will, and neither should you
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 28th October, 2014
28th Oct 2014, 18:32
Well, practically everyone responsible for your overall experience with that car and its so-called warranty - the designers, the engineers, the assembly workers, and that Ford lawyer, are all long dead. Everyone who made flimsy cars in 1967 are all making far better cars, Ford included. All car makers will find loopholes to not honour warranties. Move on.