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Great news everyone! The Mach-E is going to be eligible for Ford Plan Pricing!

Cars Direct was able to get their hands on a bulletin that Ford sent to dealers.

Here's what the plan pricing looks like for Ford:

A-Plan (Ford Employees): 4% below MSRP plus $275 administrative fee and 0.25% advertising fee

Z-Plan (Ford Retirees): Same as A-Plan

D-Plan (Dealer Employees): A-Plan plus $100

X-Plan (Ford Partners, Friends & Neighbors): 2% below MSRP plus $275 administrative fee

So which discount offers the most savings? As we've observed in the past, A-Plan remains the biggest discount, even with the new Mach-E.

The main difference with a traditional A-Plan deal involves a 0.25% advertising fee unique to the Mach-E. On a model like the Ford Explorer, A-Plan waives that fee altogether.

On a $45,000 Mach-E, a 4% discount off MSRP with A-Plan equates to $1,800. With fees, that comes out to $1,412, lowering the vehicle's price to $43,588. That may not sound like a lot when Ford is advertising nearly $10,000 off Expeditions right now, but it's the first discount to date on the Mach-E.

Think the deal is mainly for Ford employees? X-Plan can benefit those from a variety of companies. For example, one dealer's website lists names ranging from General Electric and Dow Chemical to corporate restaurant chains like McDonald's and even Chipotle (but sadly no Taco Bell discount like GM).

Shoppers should be aware that Ford enables individuals to share these discounts with others via special discount PINs that can be taken to a participating dealer. As a result, this may be an opportunity to score a deal on the Mach-E by finding out if someone you know works for an eligible company.

Mach-E prices start at $44,995 with destination before incentives. However, versions at that price aren't slated to begin arriving at dealers until at least early 2021. Meanwhile, better-equipped styles will arrive sometime in late 2020. The automaker is taking reservations now on its website.
 

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Great news everyone! The Mach-E is going to be eligible for Ford Plan Pricing!

Cars Direct was able to get their hands on a bulletin that Ford sent to dealers.

Here's what the plan pricing looks like for Ford:

A-Plan (Ford Employees): 4% below MSRP plus $275 administrative fee and 0.25% advertising fee

Z-Plan (Ford Retirees): Same as A-Plan

D-Plan (Dealer Employees): A-Plan plus $100

X-Plan (Ford Partners, Friends & Neighbors): 2% below MSRP plus $275 administrative fee
so is plan X for us regular people???
 

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You can get Xplan a few ways.know a Ford employee that can get you one. Buy 100 shares of F stock for at least 6 months and get it from Ford. Join a club that participates and I think there is an aviation club that can give you one.
 

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Thanks. I was reading the fine print and found out that you can finance the cost of both the hard wire charging box as well as installation when you purchase the car. Very interesting.
 

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When checking, also make sure if you can DIY (if interested) or if it requires professional installation. Ours requires the latter.
 
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