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I was just checking out the data here from everyone who has actually taken delivery so far and there is only one actual First Edition. Odd.
 

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Make that 2 First Editions :)
I went through the process of resetting the driving history and like others my estimated mileage went to 220 ... which still seems well below the 270 I have seen as Ford's estimated mileage.
Curious if anyone knows why there would be such a difference from what my car is telling me vs what Ford is advertising?
 

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At this point I can say the car needs to understand my driving better... maybe???
I've been utilizing the one pedal mode in Engaged mode, which I have been very happy with so far.
Definitely need to put more miles on the car but for local short trips i have been able to drive several miles without my estimated miles reducing as much as I have driven, so for a 10 mile drive my estimated mileage only went down about 5 miles. Now that I have reset the driving history it will be interesting to see how the numbers est vs actual compare on my next adventure. I am also in Michigan so my car tells me that when it is cold outside I should plug it in when not in use, wonder what it will say on our 90+ degree summer days....
 

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Ford is super-conservative with their estimates.

Just drive normally and charge as you would. Leave the car plugged in on super-cold nights. Precondition heat/cooling while the car is plugged in prior to driving. The more you drive and your habits are learned, the estimated range will start to match you.
 

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At this point I can say the car needs to understand my driving better... maybe???
I've been utilizing the one pedal mode in Engaged mode, which I have been very happy with so far.
Definitely need to put more miles on the car but for local short trips i have been able to drive several miles without my estimated miles reducing as much as I have driven, so for a 10 mile drive my estimated mileage only went down about 5 miles. Now that I have reset the driving history it will be interesting to see how the numbers est vs actual compare on my next adventure. I am also in Michigan so my car tells me that when it is cold outside I should plug it in when not in use, wonder what it will say on our 90+ degree summer days....
Keep us posted on how the numbers are reported that you have reset the driving history.
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After Driving history reset, I got am estimated 350km from an expected 435km... Now temperature may be the cause, but I had the car plugged-in for over 24 hours, and estimatiomn went down to 325km, temperature not bein an issue. I hope to get better results this week, when I have a chance to use it more...
 

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This is weird! After I reset driver history, I got an estimated 350km. I didn't used the car for 2 days but left it plugged. Estimate went down to 310km.... I also had the bad surprise that the portable disk drive I bought to store my music is not compatible with the car :( I will have to rely on USB keys, which does work fine :)
 

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@Administrator I see a new addition to the owners registry. a pie graph. may I suggest adding another graph based on the color of MME that folks have picked up. I know we cant create the exact color shade the car comes in but it will still be cool to visualize this data I think.
 

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Hi All, I'm posting right below miked47a because I test drove(24 hours) one like Mike's and ordered the same... due in NC ~3.8.21 :) I ordered mine on 7.17.20. WHAT A GREAT VEHICLE !!! The fit and finish is better than my friend's Tesla S and the performance is like a rocket ship... can't wait... it'll be like Christmas ? My question is this... Beyond the electrical outlet ( 110 v or 240 v) do I need any other device ? I found in the back trunk of the Mach-e a charging cord with a box with the Ford insignia and two adaptor fittings ( 1-110 v, 1-240 v).
So, my conclusion is that all I need is a 240 v 48 amp outlet in my garage for a level 2 charging set-up ? I have learned from others that for the 48 amp hook-up I need to install at least a 60 amp wire and box. 48 amp times 1.25 = 60 amp circuit. Please can anyone tell me that I'm on the right track ? Thanks.
 

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Hi All, I'm posting right below miked47a because I test drove(24 hours) one like Mike's and ordered the same... due in NC ~3.8.21 :) I ordered mine on 7.17.20. WHAT A GREAT VEHICLE !!! The fit and finish is better than my friend's Tesla S and the performance is like a rocket ship... can't wait... it'll be like Christmas ? My question is this... Beyond the electrical outlet ( 110 v or 240 v) do I need any other device ? I found in the back trunk of the Mach-e a charging cord with a box with the Ford insignia and two adaptor fittings ( 1-110 v, 1-240 v).
So, my conclusion is that all I need is a 240 v 48 amp outlet in my garage for a level 2 charging set-up ? I have learned from others that for the 48 amp hook-up I need to install at least a 60 amp wire and box. 48 amp times 1.25 = 60 amp circuit. Please can anyone tell me that I'm on the right track ? Thanks.
The included EVSE can only use 30 amps, which gives you about 20 miles range per hour.

However, the MMe’s built-in 11.5 kW charger can use up a to 48a EVSE, which is purchased separately. Then you get about 30 miles range per hour.

Here is a link to another thread on home charging:

 

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The included EVSE can only use 30 amps, which gives you about 20 miles range per hour.

However, the MMe’s built-in 11.5 kW charger can use up a to 48a EVSE, which is purchased separately. Then you get about 30 miles range per hour.

Here is a link to another thread on home charging:

I did end up getting a JuiceBox 40 with a great rebate through my utility company and I am very happy with the smart features. In NY there is also a tax credit for a percentage of the unit and installation. The unit was about $200 after rebate and installation of a 48 amp outlet was about $400.
 

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I think you and I used the same electrician. PRK construction out of Olivebridge?

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He's fantastic! I would recommend him in a heartbeat.
When he installed mine, he mentioned that he had just installed the same charger for someone who ordered the Mach E in red. You mentioned your dealer and the Central Hudson rebate so I guessed it might have been you.

Yep, very neat, tidy work. Highly recommend for anyone in the Dutchess/Ulster area.

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