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2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E Estimated Delivery Times Revealed

Details outlining changes for the 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E were released by the automaker itself just last week, a list of updates that is highlighted by some substantial price increases for the EV crossover across the board. Now, the 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E build and price configurator is also live at FoMoCo’s official site, and it lists the estimated delivery times for each model, giving us even more insight into the Mach-E as it enters its third year of production.

Interestingly, almost every 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E trim is listed with an estimated delivery time of 18-22 weeks, including the Select, California Route 1, and GT. However, Premium models are expected to ship within 18-24 weeks, a bit longer on the high end, though there’s no clear indication as to why. Regardless, this is good news for those that are looking to purchase a 2023 Mach-E after order banks for the 2022 model year closed relatively quickly following even longer estimated delivery times.

The 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E will receive a few updates for the model year aside from the aforementioned price hikes, too. Premium models equipped with the extended range battery are receiving a range boost of 13 miles, which gives it an EPA-estimated 290 miles of range. Ford Co-Pilot360 is now standard across the entire lineup, while on Select models, Ford BlueCruise and the 360-degree camera are available for a complimentary 90-day trial period, too. In terms of exterior color changes, the 2023 Mustang Mach-E is gaining both Carbonized Gray Metallic and Vapor Blue Metallic, which will replace Dark Matter Gray Metallic and Iced Blue Silver Metallic.

Additionally, the panoramic fixed-glass roof is now standard on the GT and GT Performance Edition, replacing the black-painted roof. California Route 1 models are dropping standard rear-wheel drive in favor of all-wheel drive as well, shortly after FoMoCo decided to add all-wheel drive as an option for the 2022 model, which was previously only available in rear-wheel drive configuration. Finally, the new Nite Pony Package adds a host of black elements to the EV crossover, but is only available on the extended-range Premium and GT Performance Edition models.

We’ll have more on the 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Mustang Mach-E news and non-stop Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Joe

    And no X-Plan on 2023 models, unless you have a un-scheduled 2022 on order and it is pushed to a 2023 model year.

  2. Cogumby

    Can you save any money ordering 2022 Mach E now versus 2023. When do prices change?

    1. Adam

      2022 ordering ended April 8th. There are people who still have unscheduled orders out there.

  3. Michael

    Keep making the Mach e financially unattractive, and see what happens.

  4. Rick Sorenson

    We will see if they will be able to meet the estimated delivery time. We ordered a 2022 Premium in January. The dealer called the other day with an expected build date of Oct 24. He said we can expect delivery sometime middle of November. That is a total of 44 weeks. We also received an email from Ford apologizing for the delay.

  5. RonR

    I see they kept the problematic leaky glass tops. A friend just got his quote to change the battery on their EV, just over $29k for the battery and labor…no thank you.

  6. S Lavenski

    We ordered our 2022 Premium AWD in late February expecting an October delivery. It came in mid-May. It doesn’t seem to be first come first serve. Bought at msrp. It seems that picking the right dealer makes a difference.

  7. Joe Trimarche

    How do I order a Mack e?

  8. Norm

    S Lavenski is right. Pick a high volume dealership, they seem to get priority. I placed my order with a dealership 2 miles from my house in a town of 40,000 or so people not realizing that it wasn’t first come-first-served. It was placed on February 19th for a Premium AWD and it finally is scheduled to be built 10-17-22. If I am lucky I will get it within 10 months of ordering. I work with someone that went to an AutoNation one month before me and received his car in early June. I have done some digging in other forums and it seems that others are having the same issue is I am. Apparently, not all dealerships are given the same priority. Hopefully, this info helps others get their cars quicker.


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