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Got to get some non driving time in one over the weekend. I think it's impressive for Ford's first modern EV. Definitely nowhere near as plush of a cabin as an e-tron, but I think it suits the brand and they have tons of interest. People that can justify getting a "Mustang" now as a family car, as an AWD car. Can't wait to drive one.

 

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It looks good, but the AWD version is not far off the price of the E-Tron. For me, the forthcoming electric SUV to watch is the Skoda Enyaq IV.
 

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It looks good, but the AWD version is not far off the price of the E-Tron. For me, the forthcoming electric SUV to watch is the Skoda Enyaq IV.
Yes, I believe that's the equivalent of the VW ID.4 we'll be getting here in the States. definitely has broad appeal and good price points. And I think fitting for a VW.

I think the Mustang Mach-E is good for Ford though. As that's really what most car companies are catering to now, is how to keep their customers who are desiring a shift to electric.
 

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I just bought an e-tron SUV to replace a Bolt EV. The Mach-E was definitely a contender. I think it’s an amazing car and will sell well. It checks all the boxes: performance, range, wireless CarPlay, comfortable interior, looks great! For me, the only negative was the fixed glass roof. We have hot summers so this was a showstopper for my family. Also, Audi is desperate to move e-trons now before the wave of new competing EV models hits this summer, so I was able to get a good deal on mine.
 
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