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Ford Mustang Mach-E

4 / 5

Overview Of Car

As the world’s fourth-largest car maker, it was a matter of time before Ford entered the market for all electric vehicles. However controversy stemmed from the fact that this first bespoke EV for the brand uses the Mustang name. It hasn’t replaced the eight-cylinder Mustang, at least, not yet. But it’s certainly going to trade on that car’s legend!

Model:Mustang Mach-E
Body Style:SUV
Price Guide:€48,472
Release Date:2020
Fuel Type:Electric
0-100 km/h:6.9 seconds
Top Speed (km/h):180 km / h
Drive Train:RWD
Engine Size:198kW Battery 75.7Kwh
Engine Power (hp):269 hp
Engine Torque (nm):430 Nm
Fuel Consumption:450 Km


  • Range
  • Generous kit
  • Affordable to buy and run
  • Good infotainment system


  • Smaller boot than rivals
  • Not particularly quick
  • Inconsistent handling
  • Dubious Mustang connection

Ford Mustang Mach-E

The Mustang Mach-E has generated enormous interest and in the last year Ford has built more Mustang Mach-Es at the car’s plant in Mexico than it has ‘proper’ Mustangs in Michigan. In the grand scheme of things, it is a small scalp, but if Ford can reach its EV prediction of four in every 10 cars sold by 2030, it may also prove a meaningful one.

Mustang Mach-E at a glance

As is typically the case with premium EVs, the Mach-E line-up is layered by the size of the battery and the numbers of motors. Heading the line-up is the AWD Extended Range model, which makes roughly as much power as a Mk3 Focus RS and delivers it to the ground via an electric motor on each axle.

It’s possible to have the Extended Range Mach-E solely in rear-drive guise and along with their larger, 99kWh battery pack, these models can rapid charge at up to 150kW. The Standard Range Mach-Es are limited to 115kW, a 76kWh battery pack and less range.

The ability to travel a reasonable distance on a single charge is often uppermost in the minds of potential customers, and particularly those who aren’t used to their car being solely reliant on all-electric power.


Standard equipment is generous with a substantial 15.5-inch, portrait-style touchscreen given pride of place at the centre of the dash, while other creature comforts include heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, a smartphone charging pad, adaptive cruise control and front and rear parking sensors.

If you decide to upgrade to the AWD Extended Range version, or even the limited-run First Edition spec, then you’ll not want for much. A ten-speaker B&O audio system is thrown in, along with a panoramic glass roof, a powered tailgate and an Active Park Assist function.


Ford’s next-generation SYNC infotainment system uses machine learning to fully customize each driver’s experience—currently it supports three driver profiles and one guest. The 2021 Mustang Mach-E runs the software through a vertically mounted 15.5-inch touchscreen that allows for easy access to the system’s array of apps and features. A benefit of the system is that Ford will roll out over-the-air updates over time, constantly improving the system and adding new content. Top features include Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot, and a Bang & Olufsen audio system.

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Autotrader Spain Verdict

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Value for Money

There are cheaper rivals, if you can live with something smaller such as the Kia e-Niro and Volkswagen ID.3, but when it comes to a large electric SUV, the Mach E is one of the cheapest. The Mach E should also hold on to its value well. It's a decent car offering good value, it's well equipped and has a good infotainment system. The more expensive versions have a longer range but beyond that, there are much better cars for the money.