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2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E Lineup Gets Additional Discounts

Following multiple rounds of price increases, the Ford Mustang Mach-E finally began to get a little cheaper earlier this year, though its chief competitor – the Tesla Model Y – has outpaced it in that regard lately. Regardless, those interested in purchasing a 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E have also been able to take advantage of multiple discounts in recent months, including low-interest financing and Bonus Cash, or a separate Ford Red Carpet Lease offer, deals that continued into the month of September. Now, the 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E lineup is being treated to additional discounts, according to a dealer bulletin seen by CarsDirect.

That bulletin reveals that every model in the 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E lineup is eligible for some sort of discount, including $6,250 in Retail Customer Cash for the high-performance GT, as well as the same amount in Red Carpet Lease Customer Cash for customers that prefer to lease rather than buy.

As is usually the case, the level of discounts vary based on the trim one is looking at, with the entry-level Select at the bottom with $1,250 in Retail Customer Cash, followed by the Premium and California Route 1, each of which comes with a $4,250 rebate. These deals are good now through January 2nd, to boot.

In addition to these deals, Ford is also offering up to $3,000 in dealer cash on Mach-E models ordered before May 1st, though only the Select and GT are eligible for that amount, while the Premium and California Route 1 get $2,000, and all leases come with just $1,000 in that regard. It’s also worth noting that it’s up to dealers, individually, whether or not they want to pass this savings on to customers or keep it for themselves.

We’ll have more incentive information to share 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. Bob

    Will any of these Mach-E discounts be based on MSRP? Dealers will steal this like they have ruined all Ford EV sales. Who wants to walk into any Ford stealership when you know the MSRP is going to bumped by 5 or 10K? What do they think we don’t notice

    1. Mick1

      Bob, why bump up a price if it is not selling. Shop around.

    2. Mf

      Around here they’ll do anything to get you to buy a Mach E. We have like 150 brand new on the ground within 100 miles… Of just the GT trim. Dealers are offering whatever money they can to get rid of them to no avail. We have a ton of brand new 2022s on lots.

      Ford really missed with the Mach E. It probably would have been fine if they had just built a modest EV hatch, but the decision to claim it was performance oriented and call it a mustang put expectations on it that it simply doesn’t meet. Had they given it a body like an escape and called it the Escape EV, I think people would have gone for it more.

  2. Dan

    Not a real Mustang. As most news articles are currently stating, Americans aren’t interested in EVs. Not to mention the current grassroots boycott against EVs. #BudLightEVs

  3. John

    The Mustang CR-V. Gross.

  4. RC

    I’ve had my Mach-E, extended battery AWD for just over one year. It’s the best car I’ve ever owned, including several Audis, VW and Acuras.

    1. Mick1

      RC, you tell them.

  5. TangledThorns

    Station wagons like the Mach-E is not sexy. FORD really dropped the ball here and its gonna cost them bigly.

  6. Al B

    Don’t agree that the fact that it is called a Mustang is the whole problem with the Mach-E. Afterall, it is fairly fast and somewhat sporty looking. Is a base Mustang that much sportier?

    I think the problem is that the Tesla Model Y is a more appealling and advanced car, and Hyundai/Kia is fielding a bunch of competitors that look pretty good. Finally, since a small hatchback is kinda the most sensible electric car, GM hit the nail on the head with the Bolt and Bolt EUV.

  7. Mugen

    That’s not a Mustang! I’d never buy an overpriced n overrated gimmick junk pile like that battery powered gimmick! The Real reason is that Ford just lost 4.5 billion in sales on their battery powered junk! These cars are a complete burden our failed energy grid as well! These vehicles are by far worse on our environment than any gasoline powered vehicle n it’s a proven fact!


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