The 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E is back and more expensive than ever
The site reports that the base model Mach-E now has an MSRP of $46,895, an increase of $3,000 dollars. The next step up, the Premium RWD Standard Range model sees an even higher price hike of $6,200, starting at $54,975.
Near the top is the Mach-E GT starts at $61,995, making it $7,900 more expensive than before, while the California Route 1 eAWD Extended Range model starts at $63,575 (+$8,100).
What option does Ford offer to justify the new Mach-E price tag?
The Nite Pony Appearance Package is an $800 option available on Premium models with Extended Range Battery and GT Performance Edition. This adds black badges, logos, and accents, along with black rims to the car, but otherwise, is entirely aesthetic.
Which of the 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E trim options are best?
For Mach-E shoppers that aren’t overly concerned with performance, including AWD, then the base model Ford Mach-E will suit them just fine, especially with the extended battery option included.
The Nite Pony add-on looks cool, but an extra $800 probably won’t when it gets tacked on to a vehicle that just became more expensive in just about every way possible. But for shoppers that want some extra power under the hood, the GT option offers just that and has AWD, a more functional feature for cold and rainy driving conditions.
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