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Once a week or so I go in to my Mach-E reservation on Ford.com and see if anything has updated.

Let me prefix the following with stating I reserved then ordered my reservation of a First Edition resulting in a total price of $60,400.

When I logged in today, my price had changed and so did the pricing summary section. The price dropped significantly so this obviously is not a complaint, but I a, curious has anyone else noticed this in their account?

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Yep. Officially reduced prices today for US customers, as a competitive adjustment from Ford.

Lengthy discussion on this over at the other Mach-E forum.
 

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Yep. Officially reduced prices today for US customers, as a competitive adjustment from Ford.

Lengthy discussion on this over at the other Mach-E forum.
Awesome, I'm not a member over there but this is pretty damn exciting.
 

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I just went over and found the announcement on the other forum. According to that document I should have only received a $1000 reduction. But I got $3700, hopefully that sticks and doesn't get fixed haha.

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I received an email from my dealer indicating a $3000 price reduction on my Premium RWD ER. I'll check the Ford site next
 

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Green Car Reports wrote about this today:

Ford Mustang Mach-E electric SUV prices have been cut by up to $3,000 before arrival
Bengt Halvorson
BENGT HALVORSON SEPTEMBER 29, 2020


The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E electric SUV will arrive as a rival for the Tesla Model Y on the performance side and the Volkswagen ID.4 on the price-conscious side. With electric-car battery prices on the way down, and the competition heating up, Ford has decided it's better to drop those prices before deliveries even start—which is very soon.

Ford confirmed Tuesday that it is reducing the prices on the Mustang Mach-E First Edition and entry-level Select trim by $1,000, the Premium by $3,000, and the California Route 1 version by $2,000. The GT price remains unchanged.

Pricing on the consumer site and order tools already reflects the changes.
Including Ford’s $1,100 destination and delivery fee, that brings the model line’s new entry price down to $43,995. Premium models start at $48,100 with the Standard Range battery or $53,100 with the Extended Range battery. The California Route 1 costs $50,900, and the GT adds up to $61,600 on Ford’s order tool.

Standard Range versions include a battery pack with 68 kwh of usable capacity and Extended Range versions come with 88 kwh. EPA range ratings for the Mach-E haven’t yet been released, but with some versions offering rear- or all-wheel drive, the estimated respective ranges span from as little as 210 miles with the Standard Range battery and AWD up to 300 miles with the Extended Range battery and RWD. Ford has also said that the Mach-E will keep getting smarter about driving range.

2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E First Edition
2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E First Edition

The First Edition version, which is now sold out, totals an even $60,000 after the price reduction.
Mach-E buyers qualify for the federal EV tax credit amount of $7,500, which brings the effective base price of the lineup to $36,495 before additional state incentives that might be applicable—which puts the model in a unique competitive position, as part of the Mustang family.

Just last week, Volkswagen revealed and priced its ID.4 crossover. It arrives in the U.S. early next year priced at $41,190 in ID.4 Pro form or $45,190 for the 1st Edition version arriving in December with all the goods. A version that brings the base price down near the $35,000 mark is due after VW begins U.S. production of the ID.4 in 2022.

The Tesla Model Y currently starts at $51,190, including its $1,200 destination and document fee—reflecting Tesla's own price drop made in July. That’s for the dual-motor AWD version; the rear-wheel drive version should be arriving soon.
 

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Green Car Reports wrote about this today:

Ford Mustang Mach-E electric SUV prices have been cut by up to $3,000 before arrival
Bengt Halvorson
BENGT HALVORSON
SEPTEMBER 29, 2020


The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E electric SUV will arrive as a rival for the Tesla Model Y on the performance side and the Volkswagen ID.4 on the price-conscious side. With electric-car battery prices on the way down, and the competition heating up, Ford has decided it's better to drop those prices before deliveries even start—which is very soon.

Ford confirmed Tuesday that it is reducing the prices on the Mustang Mach-E First Edition and entry-level Select trim by $1,000, the Premium by $3,000, and the California Route 1 version by $2,000. The GT price remains unchanged.

Pricing on the consumer site and order tools already reflects the changes.
Including Ford’s $1,100 destination and delivery fee, that brings the model line’s new entry price down to $43,995. Premium models start at $48,100 with the Standard Range battery or $53,100 with the Extended Range battery. The California Route 1 costs $50,900, and the GT adds up to $61,600 on Ford’s order tool.

Standard Range versions include a battery pack with 68 kwh of usable capacity and Extended Range versions come with 88 kwh. EPA range ratings for the Mach-E haven’t yet been released, but with some versions offering rear- or all-wheel drive, the estimated respective ranges span from as little as 210 miles with the Standard Range battery and AWD up to 300 miles with the Extended Range battery and RWD. Ford has also said that the Mach-E will keep getting smarter about driving range.

2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E First Edition
2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E First Edition

The First Edition version, which is now sold out, totals an even $60,000 after the price reduction.
Mach-E buyers qualify for the federal EV tax credit amount of $7,500, which brings the effective base price of the lineup to $36,495 before additional state incentives that might be applicable—which puts the model in a unique competitive position, as part of the Mustang family.

Just last week, Volkswagen revealed and priced its ID.4 crossover. It arrives in the U.S. early next year priced at $41,190 in ID.4 Pro form or $45,190 for the 1st Edition version arriving in December with all the goods. A version that brings the base price down near the $35,000 mark is due after VW begins U.S. production of the ID.4 in 2022.

The Tesla Model Y currently starts at $51,190, including its $1,200 destination and document fee—reflecting Tesla's own price drop made in July. That’s for the dual-motor AWD version; the rear-wheel drive version should be arriving soon.
I can't get into Ford .com my Order. They must be swamped
 

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I can now get on my account page on Ford.com but clicking on My Res/Order brings me to a Details page with no details. All of the info regarding my order is no longer shown. Anyone in the Western US have their updated pricing info?
 

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I can now get on my account page on Ford.com but clicking on My Res/Order brings me to a Details page with no details. All of the info regarding my order is no longer shown. Anyone in the Western US have their updated pricing info?
Im back in now. The pricing updated to just be $1000 off. Disappointing but still happy with it. Better than no discount.
 

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With this reduction, the difference between the First Edition and the Premium LR AWD is now over $4,000.

I do not see the justification to pay $4,000 more for the First Edition, which I ordered.

Anyone else feel the same?
 

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With this reduction, the difference between the First Edition and the Premium LR AWD is now over $4,000.

I do not see the justification to pay $4,000 more for the First Edition, which I ordered.

Anyone else feel the same?
It does seem like a lot to pay for painted calipers and some fancy stitching.
 

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From the other forum (macheclub.com)
"trutolife27: Sorry, I knew about this since last week. Could not say. That is why I created that thread. about incentives. Ford still not done. hint....hint... ;)."
 

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It does seem like a lot to pay for painted calipers and some fancy stitching.
Full list of differences
  • Color matched wheel arches
  • Color matched mirror caps
  • First Edition kick plates
  • Red painted brake calibers front and back,
  • Metal pedal covers
  • Contrast stitching on the seats
  • Delivery probably in 2020
Definitely not worth the $3600 difference in my opinion. But I was committed to FE from the beginning, Premium was never even an option. For me I look at it as I just saved $1000.
 
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