Nah thats not fighting words. I like to be honest about my decisions. My first car after graduating highschool was an old 1998 ford mustang my mother bought used. I had the pleasure of fixing her up ordering all the parts and the goal was to get her back to stock shape. She died after 3 years and I was young and liked to burn out and drift often so that didn't help things. Soon after I bought my first 5 speed V6 also used got her back to stock and well the same thing happened blew the head gasket didn't have funds to fix her and well my ultimate goal was to buy a brand new stock car from FORD. After marriage and two kids I needed to get my hands on a reliable car that would keep some pennies in my pocket thus the Prius ended up in my lot. I bought her new wanting to minimize risk. Well you can imagine my level of boredom after having the most reliable of cars in my lot. So I finally saved enough to buy my very first brand new stang. I new that I needed to be fair with the ownership as a father of two so GT wasn't in the cards and cost of living made it impossible for me to afford GAS and high sticker price. I knew that I wanted new cause I didn't want to experience an issues that would be costly and figured I knew how to baby a clutch by now and well I don't burn out I just enjoy the drive. Long story short I got the ecoboost convertible and the rest is history. What grinds my gears is not so much having a great Prius and a terrible Mustang, its more having a Japanese car that makes my newer American car seem excessively inferior in build quality. Again I am on the fence waiting for the dealer to give me some news but my heart is just hurt, I really had high hopes that my Pony would live or even outlive my Prius. I guess I am just an angry mustang owner but again I will inform you all of blue ovals decision on meeting me half way on the repairs or pushing me off to the side. I was hoping to give the pony to one of my sons as his graduation gift from high school as well. That was the sword that pierced my heart the most was not getting to give my son a used mustang that belong to daddy and not a stranger I bought it from. I know what I have done to the mustang its hard to say the same when you but it in the street used.Sorry your having problems with your Ford.
Curious... If you're happy with your prius, why did you purchase a Mustang? Not trying to start an argument, just wondering about you're taste in vehicles. Hope things work out between you and Ford!