Ford Stops Taking Mustang Mach-E First Edition Reservations

Wesley Wren Jan 02 2020

Ford Mustang Mach-E First Edition sells out

The all-electric crossover is still available, you just have to wait.

Ford started taking reservations for the electric Ford Mustang Mach-E near the end of November, and the First Edition models are already sold out. In just over a month of pre-orders, the Mustang Mach-E First Edition has filled all the available reservations.

Ford hasn’t said how many reservations it allotted for the First Edition models, just that it's not taking any more. The company did say more than half of the First Edition reservations were all-wheel-drive models, and more than 80 percent opted for the extended range battery. Most popular color? Well, that’d be carbonized gray with 38 percent of customers opting for the color. Following that is grabber blue metallic at 35 percent and rapid red at 27 percent.

Don’t worry. If you missed your reservation window for the Mach-E First Editions, you’re not out of luck: Ford is still taking reservations for the Premium model that arrives “late 2020,” per the company. The Mach-E Premium starts at a bit more than $50K before checking any option boxes, like the 300-mile extended range battery or all-wheel drive.

Despite its polarizing name, it looks like the Ford Mustang Mach-E is a success, so far. We’re still interested to see how the model performs at dealers after this early hype wears off. But we won’t see those numbers until the Mach-E hits its production stride in 2021.

SOURCE: Autoweek

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