Ford drops prices on Mustang Mach-E and E-Transit

Ford is set to make its electric vehicles more affordable for more families and businesses, with news the price of the Mustang Mach-E and E-Transit are to be reduced. The latter is the standout, with a $15,000 drop on its way.

In good news for Aussies looking to get into an electric SUV or EV van, the discounts are part of a suite of changes. In the case of the Mustang Mach-E, the Select is now priced at $64,990, with the Premium at $79,990 and the GT at $97,990 – all plus on-roads.

The price reductions amount to $8,000, $7,000 and $7,000 respectively, while the E-Transit all-electric van will be reduced to $89,990 plus on-roads, an incredible $15,000 drop from $104,990.

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“These MLP price reductions offer even greater value to our customers and it makes these great vehicles an option for more people,” Ford ANZ CEO and president Andrew Birkic said.

Ford also recently announced it is supporting customers with infrastructure via a partnership with charging specialists EVIE. It provides a solution for both in-home chargers and public fast charging vouchers at EVIE branded public chargers.

“Being able to avoid the cost and inconvenience of the petrol station and just plug in while you’re at home is a big value-add for EV owners, so helping our customers to facilitate home charging while they’re at the Ford dealer makes perfect sense.”

For more information, contact your local Ford dealer.

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