He is a sales rep at a Ford dealership in western PA. So he just took out a model they had on the lot.I have a strong feeling he just took a dealers car out for a test drive and filmed it. A review car wouldn't have all the stickers on it.
I'm still waiting for a "real" review.
Yup, you beat me to it. I have a big problem with what he is doing because that is not a press car. He is beating the crap out of a car that some unsuspecting person will buy. Seeing that would make me less likely to want to buy from that dealership.He is a sales rep at a Ford dealership in western PA. So he just took out a model they had on the lot.
Watch his other videos. There is a POV video he made where he beat the crap out of the car for a while.I'm not really sure how he was beating the crap out of the car. Do you mean because he did a max acceleration run once or twice? He didn't appear to be cornering it too hard where he could scuff the tires. Pretty sure every new car that goes on a test drive gets a max acceleration run while it's on the test drive. Just my 2 cents....
Don't want your new car beat on before you get it? Never buyWatch his other videos. There is a POV video he made where he beat the crap out of the car for a while.
I got lucky with mine... The dealer was dropping it off the car hauler when I got there... wasn't even checked in and I was the first consumer butt in the seat. Now, I assume the porter and prep guys had their fun with it between my test drive and delivery the following day.Don't want your new car beat on before you get it? Never buy
any car that just came out (especially performance versions).
The transmission needs to be in "D" before pressing the "S" button will switch it to sport. If you press the "S" button in "P" or "R" it doesn't do anything.During the deliverance part of the video it shows him putting it in the sport mode and taking off from there. The dealer who I talked too said that the car had be be moving before putting it in the sport mode.
Anyone have any other feedback on this??