2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E Orders Reopen, Prices Swell

2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E Orders Reopen, Prices Swell  Ford Mustang Mach-E production appears to be back on track as the automaker announced it will resume orders for all-electric SUVs starting Tuesday. The announcement comes after Ford in April due to shortages and high demand. The promising news for customers who missed the 2022 model also comes with notable caveats, however: 2023 models arrive with new options, a longer-range premium model and steeper price tags across the board.

2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E Orders Reopen, Prices Swell

Premium adds scope, California Route 1 Drops RWD

The Mustang Mach-E Premium, which comes with a standard 70 kWh battery pack or a 91 kWh wide range battery pack, gets a higher expected range for the latter variant with all-wheel drive. Ford estimates that the model will now have 290 miles of range, 13 miles more than the 2022 277 miles.

Available only with an extended-range 91 kWh battery, the California Route 1 model was previously offered in the Mustang Mach-E in rear-wheel drive form. It now only comes with AWD, lowering the estimated range from 314 miles to 312 miles.

Take BlueCruise for Spin

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2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E Orders Reopen, Prices Swell

The driver assistance spoiler is again standard on all Mustang Mach-E models. Wing packages include Forward Collision Warning with Automatic Emergency Braking and Pedestrian Detection, Blind Spot Warning with Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Lane Keeping Assist. The Co-Pilot360 Active 2.0 Prep package – standard on California Route 1 and Premium models and available on Select and GT – adds Ford’s BlueCruise system.

BlueCruise works with the vehicle’s intelligent adaptive cruise control with lane centering and speed signal recognition to enable hands-free driving on selected highways. According to Ford, vehicles without the feature as standard will now offer a 90-day trial so customers can test out the service before they sign up; A 360-degree camera system will be available for the same trial period at Select.

In previous models, the program was $600 for a three-year service period; The complete package for adding hardware and software retails for $3,200. Ford says updated pricing for the BlueCruise will be shared soon.

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Exterior updates to the Mach-E 2023 Mustang include the newly available Premium Class Nite Pony Package with Long Life Battery and GT Performance Edition. To the Premium, the $800 package adds 19-inch wheels in gloss black, black front and rear accents, and door trim; The GT Performance version gets 20-inch high-gloss black wheels and a black GT badge.

In addition, GT and GT Performance Edition models get a standard panoramic glass roof that replaces the black-painted roof of previous models. Other exterior updates include two new paint color options: Gray Metallic and Blue Metallic.

Charged Prices

All 2023 Mustang Mach-E models see significant price increases. Starting price for Select goes up $3,200; With no more rear-wheel drive options, the California Route 1’s starting price has gone up by $11,000; Premium jumps by $6,075; The GT went up $8,100 (prices include a $1,300 destination fee, up $200 as well). The price of the GT Performance Package remains unchanged at $6000, and the all-wheel drive adds $2,700 to the defined, premium trim.

  • Select: $48,195
  • California Route 1: $64,875
  • Installment: 56,275 dollars
  • GT: $71,195

According to Ford, customers with unscheduled orders for the 2022 Mustang Mach-E will have an offer to convert to the 2023 model. The automaker blames increased material costs and supply chain constraints, among other challenges, for the significant price increases.

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