BUFFALO, NY — The Mach-E comes in five trims, starting as low as the $43,895 Select model. It goes from there to the Premium at $50,600, onto the CA Route 1 at $52,400, the Limited First Edition at $59,900, and the top GT model at $60,500. All prices are before the $7,500 federal EV tax credit.
The Mach-E comes in rear- or all-wheel drive. Ford says the extended range rear wheel drive version of the Mach-E will be capable of 300 miles of range, while the GT model with select options will be able to hit a mid-3-second 0-60 mph sprint.
Charging: 47 miles of range in just 10 minutes of charge. That’s still not quite as convenient as a gasoline fill up.
* The Mach-E looks much better in person than in the photos.
* Available all wheel drive. Instantaneous torque.
* 250 to 450hp comparative. Big torque numbers.
* Adaptive cruise with lane centering. Hands free in Europe in tech package with driver monitoring.
* The headroom, especially in the back, is surprisingly good.
* The GT version (3-something 0-60) will not be available until late Spring 2021.
* How the touchscreen deals with things such as quickly needing to change the sound volume.
* How similar the overall feel of the interior is to the Tesla Model 3