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#1 OFFLINE   rpreuss

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Posted 11 February 2011 - 06:18 AM

Wow, our own forum.

Now I am confused!!

You did a great job of creating the new forum, complete with bringing over a lot of the topics from the Ford Fusion Forum.

So, now where do I post, without double posting. There are many threads that now exist in both forums. I may be old fashioned, but I own a Fusion Hybrid, but it is still a Fusion. Just a different power train.

What was wrong with the old setup, with our own power train forum but all the other Fusion forums too. We all have the same interiors, headlamps, audio/navigation/sync, etc. Do we really need those in two forums?
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Posted 11 February 2011 - 03:47 PM

You can really use either forum. The purpose of this forum is to combine all of Ford's hybrid offers into one setting. We're adding the Escape and C-Max (not due for several months though) to this site today.

We have had a lot of requests for a forum for hybrids only. This way, it's easier for all of Ford's hybrid owners to communicate with each other.

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