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    Ford Mustang Mach-E

    The Mustang Mach-E is Ford’s first dedicated, from-the-ground-up electric vehicle. Unlike the Mustang muscle car, the Mach-E is a five-passenger SUV with available all-wheel drive. Its combination of style, practicality, and a fun-to-drive nature makes it one of the most enjoyable EVs on the market.
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    Ford Mustang Mach-E Road Test

    The Mustang Mach-E is Ford’s first dedicated, from-the-ground-up electric vehicle. Unlike the Mustang muscle car, the Mach-E is a five-passenger SUV with available all-wheel drive. Its combination of style, practicality, and a fun-to-drive nature makes it one of the most enjoyable EVs on the market.

    Like most EVs, the Mach-E is quick off the line, even if it has a bit less of a snap-your-head-back sensation than a Tesla Model Y. It has plenty of giddyup, though, as evidenced by its sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 5.3 seconds, and it provides a seemingly effortless forward shove anytime you step on the accelerator pedal. The “Unbridled” drive-mode, one of three available settings, adds artificial engine sounds if you need more excitement.

    The version we purchased, with an 88-kilowatt-hour extended-range battery and all-wheel drive, has an EPA-rated 270-mile range. That’s decent for an EV but short of the Model Y’s 326-mile range, its most direct rival. It takes over 10 hours to charge the Mach-E’s battery from near empty through a 240-volt connection.

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    Whether you choose rear- or all-wheel drive, we would go for the Premium trim to get the heated front seats and heated steering wheel. We’d also opt for the extended-range battery, which brings the EPA estimated range to 300 miles for rear-drive models and 270 miles for AWD, vs. the standard 230 an...
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