The Ford Mustang Mach-E launched in 2020 for the 2021 model year as the automaker’s first mass-produced all-electric vehicle. It was met with high demand, though amid various supply chain issues, Ford wasn’t able to produce enough copies of the EV crossover to satisfy every customer that wanted one. That demand has cooled off slightly over the past nearly two years, but not to the point where the Ford Mustang Mach-E isn’t still flying off dealer lots at a rapid rate.
According to Ford’s September sales report, Mach-E dealer stock is still turning in just 10 days, which is rather brisk. The crossover also continues to help fuel the automaker’s EV sales surge in that regard, as The Blue Oval experienced a 211 percent increase in all-electric vehicle sales in Q3 of 2022 as it moved 18,257 units of the Mach-E, Ford F-150 Lightning, and E-Transit over the period of time.
The Mach-E accounted for the bulk of those sales – 10,414 units – as its own sales jumped 77.1 percent, year-over-year. Ford has sold a grand total of 76,499 Mach-Es in 2022 through the third quarter, compared to 51,961 last year, a 47.2 percent increase, or roughly half of the automaker’s total 2022 YTD EV sales of 108,429 units.
On top of that, the Ford Mustang Mach-E ranked third in terms of new EV registrations in the U.S. in Q2 of this year, finishing behind only the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y in that regard. However, this popularity also comes at a price – in addition to being difficult to find and frequently slapped with some sort of markup, scoring a discount on a new Mach-E is virtually impossible at the moment, and high demand prompted Ford to close order banks for 2023 Select models earlier this month.