Get That Used Ford Mustang Mach-E You've Been Wanting
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The Ford Mustang is a legendary vehicle that, despite a rocky middle history, has always blazed the trail forward. With the Mach-E, Ford has brought a fully electric Mustang to the market with the 2021 model year. But is it any better than the original, and what does the Mach-E bring? While it is relatively young, join us as we take a critical look into the Mustang Mach-E and determine whether it is worth a used model and what it does differently from its gas-powered namesake.
Differences From The Traditional Mustang
While the electric battery is the most apparent difference between the Mach-E and the traditional Mustang, there is a bit more to the changes in the DNA of the legendary muscle car. Beyond their name and the implication of a sporty drive, there is little that these sister cars share. Aesthetically, the Mach-E has a distinctly different exterior silhouette. While classic Mustangs are a two-door coupe design, the Mach-E is a four-door crossover with more similarities to a small SUV. Other differences include:
• Performance: For the classic and experienced, and powerful drive, there is still no competition for the Mustang. However, while the Mach-E has a top speed below its sister vehicle, it still performs well and keeps that classic Mustang handling. The most significant difference is that the Mach-E's battery motor has improved acceleration and performance under 60 MPH, while the Mustang performs best on an open highway.
• Interior Space: The Mach-E is considerably larger and offers more space than any other vehicle under the Mustang name. Thanks to its batteries being installed beneath the floors of the Mach-E, it has a front storage area, a 'frunk' if you will, and its SUV-inspired design allows for superior comfort even when carrying a ton of luggage.
• Convertible Options: Traditional Mustangs have often had a convertible option. The Mach-E, unfortunately, does not have a convertible opportunity and comes with the option for a glass roof or a typical hard top.
• Price: Price is where you will find a considerable variation between all trims. A standard Mach-E is more expensive than a classic traditional Mustang. However, the Mach-E has less variance in price, with an almost $30,000 difference between the standard and the V8 and fully loaded car.
Mustang Mach-E Specs
The Mustang Mach-E comes with two main options for battery. The first is a standard 70.0-kWh which can reach an EPA-estimated 250-mile range in optimal conditions. The second battery option is an expanded 91.0-kWh which can get 290 miles on a single charge. Charging times for the Mach-E vary depending on the power source, and the standard charging time at home is roughly 11.5h at 220V for 10%- full battery. Quick charge options are available, expanding the usable range of the Mach-E by charging approximately 60 miles of range in about 15 minutes. Standard models of newer Mach-Es motors sport 266 to 346 horsepower and 317 to 428 pound-feet of torque, making them quick and offering a more fun drive than most electric vehicles. In performance models, you can find even more pep with a 480 horsepower motor that gets up to 634 pound-feet of torque.
Find Your Used Mach-E At Charlie Clark El Paso
No matter what year or trim you find, the Mustang Mach-E is an exceptional used car. Getting that Used Ford Mustang Mach-E EV, you've been looking for is easy at Charlie Clark Nissan El Paso. Come in and visit to schedule a test drive, or check out our inventory on our website.