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Owner's Manual (HTML): Owners Manual (HTML)
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I had left that on the flat tow thread but how many people are here to just worry about that!
 
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I had left that on the flat tow thread but how many people are here to just worry about that!
Did a quick search before I posted but missed your earlier manual find. Unfortunate for me because I could have used the extra time to get through it's 463 pages before my estimated delivery!
 

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I’m still surprised that the vehicle doesn’t come with HomeLink to open the garage door. It’s been a feature on every vehicle I’ve owned for 20 years. What a weird list of features to thrift out.
 

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I’m still surprised that the vehicle doesn’t come with HomeLink to open the garage door. It’s been a feature on every vehicle I’ve owned for 20 years. What a weird list of features to thrift out.
Same. I've been accused of "wanting the car to be more luxury than a real SUV" etc when I mentioned that in other threads. Glad I am not the only one who sees this as a weird/glaring omission.

I can't see the logic in having heated seats/steering wheel, moonroof and NOT having a freaking GDO!
 

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Ford’s logics appears to be that only 30% of Ford owners used it so they dropped it for most new cars. Of course that would be the 30% of owners that have garages. LOL. Info gleaned from Blue Oval forum. A check of a dealers lot showEd that most new Ford models no longer include it. Disappointing, but not a deal breaker for me. Of course I’d recently finally moved to a home that has a garage...
 

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I’m still surprised that the vehicle doesn’t come with HomeLink to open the garage door. It’s been a feature on every vehicle I’ve owned for 20 years. What a weird list of features to thrift out.
I totally agree! And I hate the Auto Stop Start feature, but I will always drive in Sport mode so does not matter, but was hoping that was a thing of the past!
 

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I totally agree! And I hate the Auto Stop Start feature, but I will always drive in Sport mode so does not matter, but was hoping that was a thing of the past!
You don't need to put it in sport mode. I just start the engine, hit the cancel button, put it in drive every time. It will be off until you start it the next time. If you just like driving in sport all the time, well I can see that would be fun.
 

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