In a longer period of time, the owners of the very popular Ford Kuga Plug-In Hybrid not had the opportunity to let their car up so it could run on clean power.
An error on the battery, which in extreme cases could give fire, got back in september Ford to recall thousands of cars sold in Denmark.
the Owners have had to wait a long time for a solution, but now has Ford finally one ready. It informs Ford of Denmark, Ekstra Bladet.
- We have now identified that the celleforurening in the Kuga Plug-in Hybrids højspændingsbatteri has been the cause of the technical problem. As a solution for this we will replace the battery pack in all the affected cars, informs Ford Denmark.
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It will say, then, that batteripakkerne need to be replaced in all affected cars, and it applies to cars sold until 18. september 2020.
- to switch the battery pack is expected to start around the new year. Customers will be called in the order in which the cars are registered in. Owners of the earliest supply of the cars will be called first, inform the Ford Denmark.
Customers can expect that the work to replace the batteripakkerne will be done by the end of april 2021.
Besides, 960 danes already ordered a Kuga Plug-In Hybrid, which is produced, but which cannot be disclosed because of the error. Here it also applies that the battery pack needs to be replaced, before the customers can get their cars delivered.
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the ongoing negotiations on The car tax rates for 2021 has given rise to concern among customers who already have ordered a car and agreed a price, but that potentially may not get the product dispensed before the year 2021, which right now is the prospect that the cars are rising in price.
But this, too, Ford is now a solution.
- Ford covers the customer agreed the price on their ordered Kuga Plug-in Hybrid, which is otherwise expected to increase due to the new registration fee per 1. January 2021.
Ford, thus ensuring that customers get their ordered Kuga Plug-in Hybrid at the agreed price regardless of the tax changes, and it applies to cars sold until 18. september 2020.
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