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Old 09-30-2021, 11:01 AM   #1
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Default 2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E Coming With Bigger Batteries And More Range

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Updated battery packs narrow the range gap.

Thanks to the Ford Mustang Mach-E Forum, we have access to the 2022 ordering guide, giving us a first glance at the changes in store for next year's model. The order books are already open at dealerships, and production will start at the plant in Mexico late in November.

The big news is the updated standard and extended range battery packs. The standard range battery is now 70 kWh, while the extended range is 91 kWh. That's up from 68 kWh and 88 kWh, respectively. The California Route 1 used to be available in rear-wheel-drive only, but Ford now offers an eAWD system. An update to the fast charging system is not mentioned, however.

Thanks to the updated battery packs, the Mach-E line-up offers more range across the board, which makes the Mach-E more competitive against VW's new ID.4. The EPA doesn't have estimated figures for the 2022 Mach-E yet, but the forum provides approximate figures. The SR AWD will jump from 211 to 217 miles, while the RWD model goes from 230 to 237 miles. The ER AWD is up from 270 miles to 279 miles, and the RWD model goes from 300 to 310 miles. The RWD California Route 1 jumps from 305 to 315 miles. As we've seen before many times, the Mach-E's claimed range figures don't tell the whole story.
Exterior-wise, the GT comes standard with a black painted roof, while new 19-inch gloss black wheels are an option for the base Select model. Iced Blue Silver metallic is now part of the color palette, while Carbonized Gray and Iconic Silver have been discontinued.

On the inside, only the California Route 1 benefits from a minor upgrade. It now comes with heated front row seats and a heated steering wheel as standard.
Ford also deleted the First Edition Package, as well as the Comfort and Appearance Package. An all-new Ice White Appearance Package for the Premium model adds several exterior and interior design features. On the outside, this package includes 19-inch aluminum wheels with white-painted pockets, Star White metallic tri-coat paint for the body, and Oxford White front door and Pony badges. The interior gains gloss while dashboard inserts, Light Space Gray door armrests, center armrests, and seats. On the steering wheel, you'll find a unique Oxford White Pony badge.

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Old 09-30-2021, 12:48 PM   #2
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Still don't get the mustang branding.

and that tablet is just awful. bummer that tesla screwed up car trends so bad.
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Old 09-30-2021, 01:04 PM   #3
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Still don't get the mustang branding.

and that tablet is just awful. bummer that tesla screwed up car trends so bad.
The interior is "WTF?!" awful.
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Old 09-30-2021, 01:26 PM   #4
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Still don't get the mustang branding.

and that tablet is just awful. bummer that tesla screwed up car trends so bad.
It seems many just call it a Mach-E. Using the Mustang name is bad. Using Mustang styling elements are fine

At least there's a screen in front of the steering wheel.
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Old 09-30-2021, 02:51 PM   #5
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Excited to see these as PD cars.
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Old 09-30-2021, 03:53 PM   #6
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Having a large portrait screen isn't what's bad.. their poor utilization of it and their insistence on gluing the boomer knob onto it are what make it bad.

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Excited to see these as PD cars.
Probably too tight on entry for gun belts. The one I sat in felt fairly compact.
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Old 09-30-2021, 04:53 PM   #7
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I've seen a few of these on the road now. They all seem to have a ton of negative rear camber from the factory, very odd...
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Old 09-30-2021, 05:49 PM   #8
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Still don't get the mustang branding.

and that tablet is just awful. bummer that tesla screwed up car trends so bad.
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It seems many just call it a Mach-E. Using the Mustang name is bad. Using Mustang styling elements are fine

At least there's a screen in front of the steering wheel.
Still think they missed the boat on not calling it the Galax-E
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Old 10-02-2021, 12:17 AM   #9
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On the next update the can work in this:


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Old 10-03-2021, 05:54 PM   #10
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Geeze. It looks like it completely runs out of suspension when doing that lane change. It just bangs hard onto the left side and starts skidding.
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Old 10-12-2021, 07:08 AM   #11
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Default Reviews After Press Event For Mustang Mach-E GT

https://www.autoblog.com/2021/10/11/...t-first-drive/
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2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT First Drive: Pony Car Performance, Electrified

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They did work on it, itís faithfully living up to the Mustang nameplate
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New York City Buys 184 Ford Mach-E Police Cars for Over $11 Million

This statement is bound to inflame some passions, but nonetheless remains technically true. After almost three decades, America finally has another official Ford Mustang police car, heir to the legendary Fox body SSP from the 1980s, in the form of the electric Ford Mustang Mach-E. And now we're about to see just how well it does in the real world, as New York City just placed an $11.5 million order for 184 Mach-E GT cruisers.

The city's Department of Citywide Administrative Services announced the news in a release on Wednesday, saying that the vehicles would be used by the NYPD, Department of Environmental Protection and various other local agencies. NYC runs the largest municipal fleet in the country at around 30,000, about a fifth of are NYPD "light duty enforcement" vehicles. Ergo, 184 vehicles is a drop in the bucketóbut it's still a significant moment, not to mention a lot of cash
After watching that video above guess criminals are happy
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Meh.. how often to cops need to exceed 100mph.. particularly in NYC?
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Meh.. how often to cops need to exceed 100mph.. particularly in NYC?
I used to live in Brooklyn & worked in midtown; this is a good move for the NYC Police depts. They need something that can idle a long time and crawl along with the lights on.

I rarely broke 30mph within the boroughs during normal day to day, and more often than not was creeping in bumper to bumper traffic (hence why I typically took public transport).

I think at the most extreme case (~3am when the streets are empty) I could get up to 60 or maybe 70 in a car, and I'm taking about on the express way between boroughs, not downtown; but the roads aren't that straight for very long and they are s*** so if you're not paying attention (or it's dark) you're saying goodbye to your wheels & tires.

On a bike it's a different story, but they don't chase down bikes.
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I'm pretty sure I've touched 70mph down a back alley in Brooklyn.. in the back of a Black Car (Crown Vic). It was up there with some of the craziest track day rides I've done, but much smoother braking.
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Default Owners Claim Ford Mustang Mach-E Can Go Crazy With Errors When Traction Contol Is Dis

Ford Mustang Mach-E owners are reporting they are getting multiple error messages after they disabled traction control to either have fun and do donuts, or when they did the same in order to try to free the vehicle after it was stuck in snow. The car displays as many as eight errors and it also doesnít allow the user to change the drive mode.

This seems to have first been reported around 10 days ago by a Mach-E Forum member, cjrodriguez31, who said he turned off the traction nanny in his GT Performance in order to make it up the street where he lives after it had snowed. He said it was the only way he could have conquered the incline, but it also made the car go crazy, announcing that


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Ford Mustang Mach-E owners are reporting they are getting multiple error messages after they disabled traction control to either have fun and do donuts, or when they did the same in order to try to free the vehicle after it was stuck in snow. The car displays as many as eight errors and it also doesnít allow the user to change the drive mode.

This seems to have first been reported around 10 days ago by a Mach-E Forum member, cjrodriguez31, who said he turned off the traction nanny in his GT Performance in order to make it up the street where he lives after it had snowed. He said it was the only way he could have conquered the incline, but it also made the car go crazy, announcing that

- Hill start assist not available

- 1 Pedal Drive Fault

- Press brake pedal to reduce speed

- Service AdvanceTrac

- Check headlamp system See manual

- Auto hold fault - Blind spot fault

- Cross traffic system fault

- Reverse brake assist not available see manual

He suspected that maybe snow/ice had built up on some of the sensors, so he immediately got the vehicle cleaned to rule that out. He went on to say that

Already cleaned all sensors and the same message KEEP POPPING UP. They reset every 3/4 minutes and keep popping back up while driving. Dealer isn't open until Monday so im hoping someone has a reset method until them. Tryed the newest Snapon computer at my uncles shop to try and reset but it wont recognize the Mach-E. Keeps popping up as a 2021 Ford Edge with eco boost.

Then others started replying to the thread, saying they had encountered pretty much the same slew of errors, although they were doing slightly different things in their vehicles. The common denominator seems to be that they all turned traction control off and the vehicleís wheels spun freely at higher-than-usual speeds and this could have upset the vehicle.

Ford replied to his original message on Friday, asking him for VIN and dealership information. He also took his Mach-E in to have it checked at his local dealer in Rhode Island and you can see the invoice he received attached below.



It looks like they reset all modules in the vehicle and pointed to the steering position sensor as the possible culprit for the slew of errors. Forum users also pointed to a recent software update that may be the root cause of this, because Mach-E owners have disabled traction control to either have fun or get get the vehicle unstuck before, and the vehicle did not do this.
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