Stop the nickel and diming - and NO spoiler-mounted backup cameras!
With Ford having built actual and quantifiable value for the Blue Oval brand, it does itself a disservice by deleting certain convenience or performance options from more expensive or higher trim level vehicles for the sake of economizing despite higher transaction prices - and at the expense of goodwill.
An ideal example is the lack of heated seats in a $50K Mustang GT500 (at any price) despite being available in even the most modest trim level - and without any performance-oriented weight savings.
Equally egregious is the practice of embedding backup cameras in spoilers which leave certain trim levels of certain vehicles without the option of a factory backup camera - even with navigation unites, as is the case with GT500 and was the case with every 2010 Ford Taurus except Taurus SHO.
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