My 2022 limited 4x4 ionic silver came in last night. I ordered it in October 2021 the first day Ford would accept retail orders . Ford was very good keeping me posted on the build. I ordered it for MSRP with 1000 down. It did sit for over 3 months this spring waiting for chips after it was built in Kentucky. Came by rail to Tampa. Picked it up last night. Good news is the 3000 dollar rebate that I did not know I was getting till I walked into the dealership last night. Other good news, my MSRP was locked in at Oct 2021 prices, so that is another intangible rebate of sorts since the MSRP has risen. Some dealers in Florida charge handling fees 2-3 thousand or more above MSRP. Ford stepped up its game with the 15 inch screen and the connectivity with applications etc. There is no engine covers on the 2022s. Its like wearing no underwear with baggy short shorts. It looks so unfinished. Ive owned two Explorers before this with contoured engine covers. I always thought the engine covers had a role in reducing engine noise. I initially thought it was stolen in transit. But we checked another 2022 on the lot and it had no engine cover. My other concern is the it feels like I have an out of balance tire and feel it in the steering wheel. Pressures are correct. I am wondering if a tire or two have flat spots since it sat stationary outside for 3 plus months waiting for chips? Going to get a service ticket for next week and see whats going on. Anyone with a new 2022 not have an engine cover or is it a shortage? Some do some don't? I have an IOU for the rear A/C module chip. Could be 21 months from now i was told. Overall I feel very lucky to have a new 2022 Expedition ordered with my options and color.. The 9 month wait was still worth it.