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Metro Detroit (urban area) is about 1,337 square miles in area. There are scores of Level 2 and DC Fast EV charging points in the area. Chevy Bolt works perfectly fine for that usage scenario.
Sounds like pure snake oil.
Cats themselves will only set P0420 and P0430. As long as you drove it with the misfire, the cats are most likely toast, but knowing what the other two codes were would help in that diagnosis. Spark plug defoulers installed on the post cat O2s or "mil eliminators" are the only cheap, *non emissions compliant* way to keep the check engine lamp off.
There's been a lot of hype and publicity stunts from Ford regarding electric vehicles in the past. And Ford has nothing to offer U.S. BEV customers right now.
But if Ford becomes the first major automaker to put a truly capable BEV pickup truck into mass production, we'll know that Ford is a big league player. And with Ford's recent investment in Rivian, I think they'll make it happen within the next 5 years. There's reason to be optimistic that Ford finally taking the EV market seriously.
I currently have Sync version 3.0 from the factory, but I see where the latest version is 3.3. I’ve been trying to perform an update via WiFi with no success. The date of the last update was 10-3-18, which I believe is the build date. I’ve tried logging onto owner.lincoln.com to attempt a USB update, but it says that there are no updates available. Has anyone been able to update Sync beyond version 3.0?
How many miles is "all over the metro Detroit area? A Bolt has up to 238 miles of range without charging during the work day. If the vehicle doesn't have the range you need, get one that does. Most Teslas get over 300 miles and the Rivians will be up to 400 miles.
That just plain does not work in the US ! I have a friend who has been driving a Prius since shortly after they first came out. While her transportation needs are mostly home to work and back, less than 20 miles each way, there are days she has to travel all over the metro Detroit area. It is going to be many years before enough "superchargers" are installed that she could pull up to one, plug in for an hour or two while in a meeting and then jumping back in and got 50 miles across town at highway speed with the A/C blasting.
Not in my of her lifetime !