Is the current Ford Mustang (2015-16) manual transmission still made in China?
Contact Ford customer service. Why is this important to know? A lot of parts are sourced from China these days.
Tom, The Ford Performance website shows the country of origin for the products listed there, so apparently it is important to a lot of people for any number of reasons, myself included, even if it's irrelevant to you. http://performanceparts.ford.com/part/M-7003-M6266 http://performanceparts.ford.com/part/M-6007-M50A I'm willing to bet if your next Mustang was manufactured by Geely or Foton in China instead of at Ford's Flat Rock plant in Michigan you wouldn't be so dismissive.
omg- if you have the website, drw, why are you asking us? And really, these new Mustangs are not real Mustangs- they are just cheap creations made of plastic and wires with some kinda swoopy body and bright shiny paint job that will never last more than 10 years and then will be scrapped because no one can or will "restore" them- these plastic pretenders should be banned from carrying a "Mustang" label because they do a great injustice to the original Mustang name- but of course, Ford doesn't care because they gave up on "heritage" decades ago with the introduction of the 4 cylinder Mustang II- Ford is only interested in selling shiny M&Ms to unsuspecting consumers who think that this "Mustang" has ANYTHING to do with a 1966 GT 350- and now, you are worried if Ford's latest shell-game has parts made in other countries? that boat left the dock a LONG time ago-
so, "ladies" is your idea of an insult? Tom could tell right away, and I could too, that this was just a stupid question- from an angry jerk- thanks for proving us right- love, Marilyn
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