Ford dealers overstate the price of the Mustang Mach-E crossover by 15 thousand dollars.June 25, 2020
American media have reported that local Ford dealers are raising prices for the Mustang Mach-E electric crossover by $ 15,000.
Despite the fact that the crossover Ford Mustang Mach-E 2021 model year with a fully electric motor has not yet arrived at the showrooms of the automaker, many dealerships have already taken steps to “warm up” on the sale of this new product.
Prices for the base version of the Mustang Mach-E, which are set by Ford, start at $ 43,895, but the first ones to go on sale are the exclusive First Edition, which starts at $ 59,900. Ford has been taking pre-orders for the crossover for quite some time, but those who were unable to place an order may have to pay even more at the local dealership.
According to forums, some of the company’s dealers set prices for the crossover at 15 thousand dollars more than the prices offered by the automaker.
Participants in these same forums have already begun to publish lists of those dealerships that have confirmed that they will not charge customers an additional dealer margin (ADM) and will sell the electric car at the prices set by the automaker.
In anticipation of the Mustang Mach-E market launch, Ford has released new information on some of the benefits customers will enjoy. More recently, Ford said customers in the United States will receive 250 kilowatts * hours of free charge from Electrify America’s fast charger network. This ranges from three to five full fast DC charges, depending on the configuration of the Mach-E electric motor and the size of the battery.
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