Both Tesla & Ford have released specifications & prices.I think we should hold off piling on Ford until both trucks are actually on the market.
This guy is comparing 2 non-shipping vehicles to each other. What the end products will look like, how well they perform, and how reliable they are is yet to be seen.
This guy doesn't have any more intel on these trucks than you or I. Most of us like the one or the other of the two trucks based on the specs we've seen.Both Tesla & Ford have released specifications & prices.
Apologies for double-reply.Tesla has history of delivering BEV that are better than ICE.
Ford's history is that Ford BEVs are not as good as Ford ICE products.
Your right I have an order for both. I like the Ford video, but I’m hearing that Ford dealerships are taking their customers to the cleaners. Being able to avoid a dealership makes me lean towards Tesla.This guy doesn't have any more intel on these trucks than you or I. Most of us like the one or the other of the two trucks based on the specs we've seen.
For me, the math is simple. The Ford's 300 miles and slow charging aren't going to work for the road trips I do. If I was buying it for my contracting business and charge up at home every day maybe I'd make a different call.
This is a $40,000-$90,000 investment depending on vehicle choice. If, armed with those specs, you aren't sure which truck is the best, drop a reservation on both and make up your mind when the final product ships.
These videos sh*t talking the competitors aren't adding any value beyond what is easily available on spec sheets.