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Mustang Mach-E - I Found Out What The REAL Range Is And...


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Published on Apr 20, 2021
I drove 918 miles in the Mustang Mach-E as a range test to find out how far it will go. Ford states that this AWD Premium with the Extended Range battery will go 270 miles on a single charge.

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The extended range battery is 98.8 kWh with 88 kWh usable. This means that the range should stay consistent over time if the battery degrades. If you want the maximum range possible, the RWD version with the extended range battery is EPA rated for 305 miles.

The AWD version has dual motors - one front and one rear making a combined 346hp and 428 lb-ft of torque. I found it to be a very quick, and suprisingly well-built SUV. The 15.5" SYNC infotainment system overall is excellent with just a few minor quirks.

Can this electric Mustang hit or beat the 270 mile range? I drove it for a week and charged it 8 times to find out.

I drove the first half of the trip at about 70-75mph with 2 pedal to the floor pulls. The second half I slowed down slightly to account for the steep climb back into LA.

Watch for the full review which will be released in the next few days.

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