Tele-dealer training will be shortly after, and we'll see the new Ford EV in driveways in late 2020.Ford will also hold online training exercises for dealers including a virtual walkaround of the vehicle. Something like this would normally be held in person, but since the pandemic ... you know the rest. Dealers won’t be able to physically interact with the car, but this teleconference will allow the Mach-E to stay on schedule. As we know, U.S. deliveries, at least, will still be on time. The only one you can’t get, as far as we’ve heard, is the First Edition, which is sold-out.
When the Ford Mustang Mach-E arrives later this year, new owners will need to sort out their charging situation. Whether charging takes place at one of the 13,500 charging stations that are part of the FordPass Charging Network or the automaker's Connected Charge Station, the Blue Oval plans to have owners covered.
Now we have a price for Ford's charging station meant to juice the Mustang Mach-E quickly at home. The company said Monday the wall box will cost $799 before taxes. The automaker will make it easy to buy the charging station, too. Soon-to-be Mustang Mach-E owners can purchase the charging station via a dealership or online and have it delivered before their electric SUV arrives. Or, those who buy the highly anticipated SUV can roll the $799 into the price of the Mustang Mach-E.
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Ford tapped Amazon Home Services to offer installation services. Through the online retail giant, owners can view estimates for installation and book a licensed electrician to install the wall box at home. Amazon will extend its services to also help future owners install a 240-volt outlet for the standard charging cable (Level 2 charging) that comes with the Mustang Mach-E.
Good guy Ford will further sweeten the deal for new owners of the electric SUV. The automaker said each new Mustang Mach-E owner will receive 250 kilowatt-hours worth of free charging at stations that are part of the FordPass network.
The lump energy figure will be enough for about five full charges for owners who opt for the standard-range battery, which provides 210-230 miles of range. It'll be about three full charges for those with the extended-range battery, which boasts 250-300 miles of range.
1967 Mustang Is the Perfect Blueprint for a Coyote Swap
Wicked Fabrication has become the go-to shop for late-model Coyote V-8 swaps, and Byron Tudor’s 1967 Mustang is the latest example.The good thing we speak of is the 1967 coupe that was given to Byron by his girlfriend's sister, Holly. Holly had driven the plain white coupe for a number of years before parking it in the late '90s due to its declining condition and concerns regarding reliability. After having it sit in her garage for nearly 20 years and concluding she was unlikely to get it back on the road, Holly offered it to Byron—free of charge. It was important to Holly that her Mustang go to a good home.
Ford doesn't actually own the charger network, but it will provide free access to 13,500 stations across the US, including Electrify America stations. After the freebies, owners will need to pay standard charging rates, but they won't need to worry about membership fees or anything of the like.
This was originally published on Roadshow.
The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E Is the Latest Victim of Ridiculous Dealer Markups .
The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E Is the Latest Victim of Ridiculous Dealer MarkupsLate last year, Ford announced the Mustang Mach-E with an MSRP of $43,895. Early buyers would get the chance to commit to purchasing a special First Edition Mach-E, which is peppered with various luxury bits. The MSRP for the unique variant was announced to be $59,900. Nowadays, however, it appears that folks who didn't pre-order their units will have to fork out some more cash.