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Ford Mustang Mach-E Offers Up to $18,500 Discounts in the US, But Availability Limited

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In the United States, Ford’s Mustang Mach-E presents a compelling offer with VIN-specific discounts of up to $18,500. However, finding a Mach-E eligible for such a substantial discount could be challenging, according to a report by Cars Direct.

Until April 2, Ford is offering a ‘VIN Specific Bonus Cash’ incentive ranging from $3,100 to $18,500 for select Mustang Mach-E models. This offer applies specifically to vehicles that have been part of the Ford Courtesy Transportation Program (FCTP) or used as demo models.

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It’s worth noting that models that recently received retroactive price cuts are not eligible for this offer. In February, Ford announced that 2023 Mustang Mach-E models built before May 2023 would be priced the same as newer models, despite including additional features like a 3-year BlueCruise semi-autonomous driving subscription and a mobile power cord.

Ford’s bulletin to dealers indicates that “the incentive amount varies by trim and order date,” suggesting that finding a vehicle with the full $18,500 discount may be challenging. Generally, higher-priced models are more likely to receive larger discounts, as they have historically benefited from steeper price cuts over the past 12 months.

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Last month, Ford implemented significant price cuts across the 2023MY lineup of Mustang Mach-E models. Select RWD and AWD models saw a $3,100 reduction in price to $41,695 and $44,695, respectively.

Premium RWD (Std Range) and AWD (Std Range) models had a $4,100 price cut to $44,695 and $47,695. More substantial price reductions of $8,100 were applied to Premium RWD (Ext Range), AWD (Ext Range), and California Route 1 AWD models, while prices of the GT and GT Performance were reduced by $7,600.

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