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Thank you for posting. You are among the first from Europe to share your ownership experience here. I look forward to seeing more! That Bullitt party must have been fun.
 
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Interesting the picture of the window sticker it shows Adaptive cruise control. I know they offer it on the GT in NA, but not sure why they would include it on the Bullitt in other markets but not Canada or the US?
 

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I do not know why Ford chose to do that. In Switzerland, it is a serial equipment.
MagneRide and Recaro seats are the only optional you can choose (only MagneRide for me)

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Interesting the picture of the window sticker it shows Adaptive cruise control. I know they offer it on the GT in NA, but not sure why they would include it on the Bullitt in other markets but not Canada or the US?
 

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Does the Bullitt in Switzerland come with 3.55 gearing and not the 3.73? That would be a real bummer. Considering those mountains, you could really use the extra gearing.
 
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It doesn't matter. I tested my car on the mountain roads here and it was fine :smile2:.
And the european Bullitt has been adapted to the more economical driving we have here.
Gasoline is much more expensive than in North America...:frown2:

Does the Bullitt in Switzerland come with 3.55 gearing and not the 3.73? That would be a real bummer. Considering those mountains, you could really use the extra gearing.
 

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Hello Bullitt4003, i live 220 km from the Furka Pass, it means 3h15 drive. Here we speak french, but people speak german at the Furka Pass (four languages in Switzerland).
But i know this road and a lot of similar in Swiss.
As you can see on pics, i also have beautiful roads near my home...

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Fandaudi, how far are you from the Furka Pass? My wife and I drove this route back in 2014. One of the most challenging roads I have ever driven. Great fun.
 

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How are you liking it? What do others think?
 
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How are you liking it? What do others think?
Hello,

Since my drivers’s license in 1983, I bought a lot of cars, but I never felt so much pleasure.
From a Fiat Ritmo to my current Audi A4, I drove quite a few miles in Peugeot 205 GTI, VW Passat Variant, VW Sharan, Audi A4 Avant, VW Polo GTI, Audi A2 FSI and Audi A6 Allroad ... All european cars...

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But it's only fun with this Bullitt ! I find it very amazing to drive, it's very powerful and at the same time relatively economic, no more than 11 liters per 100 km. And it is a very good complement to my other car, my Audi A4 Quattro TDI 300 HP i bought in 2013.

Last but not least, american cars are quite rare in my region, and every time I have to answer about questions of people who want to know everything about this car ...
 

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Phenomenal! Thank you for representing Bullitt enthusiasts in your home country!
 
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