Ford Mustang Mach-E Gets Up To $3000 Price Cut

The price has been cut to keep it competitive.

37w ago

Key Points:

1. Ford has confirmed that their upcoming electric crossover will be receiving a price drop.

2. All models except for GT and Premium will start $1000 lower, and Premium trims will start $3000 lower.

3. The electric SUV market is getting crowded.


Good news if you were looking to buy a Ford Mustang Mach-E, they just got a significant price drop. As electric SUVs and Crossovers become an increasingly popular segment, Ford has cut $1000 dollars off all non-GT and Premium models, and a staggering $3000 off the Premium trim. This price drop is due to the abundance of electric automobile manufacturers hopping on the electric SUV/Crossover bandwagon, Tesla, Rivian, Polestar, Jaguar, Kia, Hyundai, Volkswagen and more already have electric SUVs and Crossovers in the making.

A Ford spokesperson said "We're adjusting Mustang Mach-E pricing to remain fully competitive in a segment that is seeing dynamic price changes."

Specific Pricing

Starting with the base Select trim, it drops $1000 to $43,995, the CA Route 1 is down $2000 to $50,900, the Premium trim is cut $3000 to $48,100, and the First Edition is now $1000 less, at $59,400.

What You Should Do With The Extra Money

In my opinion, the Mach-E is a great car, with an awful name - Ford Mach-E would have been just fine! But here's my advice, take the extra 1-3 grand and buy yourself a real mustang. 80's and 90's Mustangs can be found easily at this price point.


This price cut will assist the electric 'Stang in staying competitive, and who can argue with a price drop? Some Mach-E models will go on sale later this year with range ranging from 210-300 miles per charge. It will compete with the 2021 Volkswagen ID.4, which starts at $41,190, the Tesla Model Y that starts at $51,190, the Kia Niro EV that starts at $40,210, and the Hyundai Kona Electric that starts at $38,365.



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Comments (3)

  • Slightly disappointing that their original plan was to overcharge their customers!

      8 months ago
    • This likely just represents a recent price drop in batteries.

        8 months ago
  • Apparently this is to match with the Model Y (Tesla). Analysts are questioning whether Ford will make much, if any, profit with this move. Tesla, by comparison, is cutting it's manufacturing costs by the month and already makes a healthy profit on every car sold. Look at the bit about body castings towards the last third of this video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6T9xIeZTds

      8 months ago