Ford will begin accepting orders for the Mustang Mach-E on May 11March 25, 2020
Order books for the Ford Mustang Mach-E 2021 model year will open in the United States in mid-May.
A member of the Mach-E Club forum recently received a Ford dealership newsletter confirming that customers will receive an email from Ford with a link to order cars in mid-May. That is, it is clear that Ford will soon open a Mustang Mach-E order table, although its plants are closed due to a coronavirus.
Ford has been taking orders for the Mustang Mach-E for several months since its world premiere at the Los Angeles Auto Show last year. Those who booked the car took the line for the actual EV reservation. These customers will be allowed to change the specifications of their car during the order process, and after their order is blocked, a reservation fee of $ 500 will be refunded in case of refusal.
The American manufacturer does not officially speak about the number of bookings for Mach-E, but as of the end of January it became known that more than 32,000 orders were made. It remains to be seen how many of them will actually be delivered. Earlier this month, Ford said nearly 75% of those who reserved the Mach-E chose one of the all-wheel drive models. SUV prices start at $ 43,895.
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