Let’s get past the Mustang name controversy and address the big question- How easy is the Ford Mach-E to live with. Turns out, the Blue Oval folks pretty much nailed it. Tom Voelk spends a week in a standard range 66kW Premium AWD model. It’s the one with the shortest amount of range, 211 miles according to the EPA. How does it work in the real world? Is charging easy and quick? Can it handle family duty? All of these questions are answered, plus a look at the FordPass Charging Network and the Sync 4A interface. If you have more questions, ask in the comments.
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Link to Edmunds Real World Range Testing- https://www.edmunds.com/car-news/electric-car-range-and-consumption-epa-vs-edmunds.html
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