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Ford Marks Re-Opening Of U.S. Mustang Mach-E Order Banks

Ford has reopened the order banks for the 2023 Mustang Mach-E electric. At the same time, the automaker has announced the pricing for the new models and other details.
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Today is the day. Ford is reopening U.S. order banks for the Mustang Mach-E with updated pricing and features as it continues to increase production for the popular all-electric SUV. Ford's U.S. electric vehicle sales were up 168.7 percent in July, with Mustang Mach-E up 74.1 percent, the second best-selling electric SUV in America.

Battery Range Extended

Starting in the fall, Premium models built with the Extended Range battery will have a targeted EPA-estimated range of 290 miles on all-wheel-drive models, up 13 miles.

Ford Co-Pilot360 Driver Assist Technology is now standard across Mustang Mach-E across the lineup. On Select models, Ford BlueCruise hands-free driving and a 360-degree camera are available for a complimentary 90-day trial period for customers to experience the feature before enabling it for a longer duration.

"Adding Ford Co-Pilot360 Driver Assist Technology to the entire Mustang Mach-E line up gives more customers access to services like BlueCruise hands-free driving and future ADAS services through Ford Power-Up software updates," Marin Gjaja, chief customer officer, Model e, said. "We're sharing these changes ahead of reopening order banks so customers can understand the feature and pricing adjustments around ordering a Mustang Mach-E."

Available on Premium models with Extended Range Battery and GT Performance Edition is the new Mustang Nite Pony Package. The package features high-gloss black 19-inch wheels, a black Pony, a black front and rear lower fascia, door cladding, and black mirror caps on the grille to set the Premium apart. At the same time, the GT Performance Edition adds 20-inch high-gloss black wheels and a black GT badge. Customers can pair any Mustang Mach-E exterior color with the Nite Pony Package.

Two New Color Choices Available

Customers can choose two new colors from the eight available on Mustang Mach-E – Carbonized Gray Metallic and Vapor Blue Metallic. The new additions replace Dark Matter Gray Metallic and Iced Blue Silver Metallic.

California Route 1, previously available as either a rear-wheel or electric all-wheel drive option, is now available only as an all-wheel-drive option, based on customer demand.

The panoramic fixed-glass roof is now standard on GT and GT Performance Edition, replacing the Black Painted Roof.

Ford is adjusting the MSRP on the Mustang Mach-E due to significant material cost increases, continued strain on crucial supply chains, and rapidly evolving market conditions, and will continue to monitor pricing across the model year. The adjusted MSRP will go into effect for new orders placed starting today. Customers who have existing, unscheduled 2022 Model Year orders will receive a private offer to convert to a 2023 Model Year.

Mustang Mach-E Pricing Listed

Here's a look at Mustang Model-E pricing:

Mustang Mach-EMSRP
Select RWD Standard Range$46,895
Select eAWD Standard Range$49,895
California Route 1 eAWD Extended Range$63,575
Premium RWD Standard Range $54,975
Premium eAWD Standard Range$57,675
GT Extended Range$69,895
Extended Range Battery$8,600
Nite Pony Appearance Package$800
GT Performance Package $6,000

MSRP as of Aug. 30, 2022. MSRP excludes destination/delivery fee plus government fees and taxes, any finance charges, dealer processing charges, electronic filing charges, and emission testing charges.

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Marc Stern has been an automotive writer since 1971 when an otherwise normal news editor said, "You're our new car editor," and dumped about 27 pounds of auto stuff on my desk. I was in heaven as I have been a gearhead from my early days. As a teen, I spent the usual number of misspent hours hanging out at gas stations Shell and Texaco (a big thing in my youth) and working on cars. From there on, it was a straight line to my first column for the paper, "You Auto Know," an enterprise I handled faithfully for 32 years. Not many people know that I also handled computer documentation for a good part of my living while writing YAN. My best writing, though, was always in cars. My work has appeared in Popular Mechanics, Mechanix Illustrated, AutoWeek, SuperStock, Trailer Life, Old Cars Weekly, Special Interest Autos, etc. You can follow me on: Twitter or Facebook.


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