The Ford Mustang Mach-E might bear the name of one of the world’s most recognisable automotive icons, but aside from its sporty performance, this electric SUV is about as far removed from the original as it can be.It’s a product of the times, offering a mix of family-friendly practicality, performance and economy that only modern technology can provide.The Mach-E has impressive range, making it an excellent leasing choice if you’re looking for an all-rounder electric SUV.
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Thanks to the flat floor (afforded by the electric running gear), the Mach-E makes the most of its interior space. The front seats are particularly spacious, offering acres of head- and legroom, there are a set of cup holders, slightly narrow door pockets, USB charging ports and a wireless smartphone charging tray as well.
In the rear, 3 passengers can get comfy, although the centre seat isn’t quite wide enough to accommodate larger adults. Legroom is great and the raked rear roofline doesn’t impact too much on the headroom.
The boot is a decent size, too, and has an adjustable base. If you need to take your charging cables along then there’s also a smaller front boot, which even has a draining plug if you need to carry some messy cargo.
Electric cars tend to be much cheaper to run than their petrol or diesel counterparts, and the Mustang Mach-E is a case in point. It’s available with a 68- or 88kWh battery pack, and either one can be had with rear- or all-wheel drive.
The bigger battery pack paired with RWD manages a claimed 379 miles on a charge, while at the other end of the scale, the smaller battery with AWD does 248 miles. These figures are better than most rivals, and charging times can take as little as 45 minutes to get from 10-80% with a 150kW fast DC charger. The more commonly available 50kW public charging stations will do the same job in 1.5 hours.
Once you factor in the exceptionally low benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax rate that you can get with EVs, as well as their cheaper cost-per-mile, the Mustang Mach-E can be a very economical vehicle to run.
Mustang Mach-E Models Available
Mustang Mach-E Trim Levels
The electric SUV market is constantly shifting, with new entrants and new technologies upsetting the accepted hierarchy every few months. In this ever-changing market, the Ford Mustang Mach-E differentiates itself with its excellent range capabilities, solidly built interior and the latest in-car tech.
The impressive Volkswagen ID.4 and Skoda Enyaq are great to drive, but offer less range and luxury. The Mercedes EQC is even plusher and the Jaguar I-Pace is faster, but neither can match the Mach-E’s impressive range.
As it stands, the Ford Mustang Mach-E offers a mix of talents that will appeal to anyone looking for an electric SUV with a sporting edge and plenty of range.
It is too soon to draw a conclusion here as the Mach-E is new to the market. With so much development having gone into the vehicle, we expect it to perform well, and for extra peace of mind each car comes standard with a 3-year/60,000-mile warranty.
The Mustang Mach-E has a 410-litre boot as well an 81-litre front boot, which can be hosed out. The seats fold down in a 60/40 split. For comparison, the Volkswagen ID.4 has more space in the rear but no front boot, whereas the Jaguar I-Pace offers significantly more boot space.
The Mach-E is available in 5 trim levels differentiated by battery size and how many wheels are driven. Even the base RWD trim is well equipped and offers the best range with either battery pack.
AWD models offer only a few additional features, like larger 19-inch alloy wheels and 8-way adjustable front seats, so we don’t recommend these unless you need the additional traction afforded by the AWD system. If you want the range-topping, ultra-rapid GT model, it’s available in AWD Extended Range format only.
Yes, every Mach-E comes standard with front and rear parking sensors, and a parking camera.
Yes. The Mach-E is available with a choice of 2 battery sizes (68- and 88kWh) and 4 power ratings – 269-, 294-, 351- and 487hp.
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When leasing a Mustang, you determine the ideal length of contract that you need, taking into account your annual mileage and any extras you require, such as our maintenance or servicing packages.
As you don’t own the car, you’ll never have to worry about the value of it depreciating, balloon payments or selling the car on at the end of the deal. You simply return the car to us at the end of your contract.
Leasing also allows you to pay a much lower initial deposit when compared to buying a car outright, and monthly payments tend to be lower than finance deals, so if saving money is top of your list, leasing a Mustang Mach-E might be the way to go.
Lower running costs and tax-friendly incentives may be the reason you’re looking to lease an electric SUV, but pick the Ford Mustang Mach-E, and you’ll also get sporty performance and plenty of great tech, too.
Some rivals may deliver on these fronts as well, but the Mach-E sets itself apart with its Mustang-derived styling cues, a practical and spacious interior, and more range than just about any other car in this field can muster.
The lack of Ford badging on the outside is an attempt to differentiate the Mustang Mach-E from any other Ford product – and the interior certainly looks unique too.
The central feature is the massive 15.5-inch touchscreen mounted in portrait orientation. It controls just about every in-car function and has a round controller and configurable keys along the bottom to make accessing the various features hassle-free.
There are still steering wheel-mounted buttons and physical controls for the electric windows and gear selector, but the overall effect is very minimalist and in keeping with the futuristic nature of the Mach-E.
Even the base trim feels like a quality product, and the materials used on the seats and dashboard feel good to the touch. This is definitely one of the finer interiors in the electric SUV segment.
With ‘Mustang’ in its name, you’d expect the Mach-E to perform with a certain degree of sportiness. It accelerates keenly and feels agile in the corners, just like its namesake.
The suspension absorbs most bumps well, but it feels a little bouncy and less composed than some rivals. There are a variety of driving modes to pick from but, because the Mach-E doesn’t have adaptive dampers, the ride quality remains the same.
On the motorway, it’s silent and serene – as you’d expect from an electric vehicle – and performs well regardless of the electric motor/battery combination. You can choose from Standard (68kWh) or Extended (88kWh) Range battery packs in either rear- or all-wheel-drive configurations. Power outputs range from 269hp (quick) to 487hp (monstrously quick).
Mustang Mach-E SUV
The Mustang Mach E is a 5-door, 5-seat SUV. It’s available in either RWD or AWD configurations, and with either a 68- or 88kWh battery pack.
High Performance Models
In the regular line-up, the 351hp Extended Range AWD model is the quickest model available, capable of hitting 62mph from rest in 5.1 seconds. It feels more than quick enough but some rivals are even faster.
However, a more powerful Mach-E GT has now arrived. It’s still a twin-motor AWD variant with the 88kWh battery pack, but power is up to 487hp and torque to a massive 860Nm. That means a 0-62mph time of 3.7 seconds, which is searing for something so big and heavy, but the top speed increases to a limited 124mph; that’s not far in advanced of the 111mph the other Mach-E models achieve.
Trim levels available: Standard Range RWD (68kWh battery), Extended Range RWD (88kWh battery), Standard Range AWD (68kWh battery), Extended Range AWD (88kWh battery), GT AWD (88kWh battery).
The Standard Range RWD model comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, LED taillights, 10.2-inch digital instrument cluster and 15.5-inch infotainment system, adaptive cruise control and wireless smartphone charging.