Ford Mustang Mach-E Is A Good EV But Can It Compete With Tesla’s Model 3 And Model Y?



With deliveries of the Ford Mustang Mach-E currently beginning, buyers in the United States have an intriguing and well-priced electric car at their disposal that promises to be just as excellent as the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y.

Eager to see the Ford compares with its Tesla competitions, Engineering Explained jumped behind the wheel of a Mustang Mach-E and compared it with the Model 3 he possesses, as well as a Model Y he has driven before. It’therefore no head-to-head comparison per se and just contains driving footage of the Ford and not the Teslas. Regardless, it is an informative review that reveals that a number of the benefits and disadvantages the Ford has over its competitors.

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For the large part, the equivalent Model 3 and Model Ys are somewhat far less costly than the Mustang Mach-E, but because the Mach-E is eligible for the $7,500 national tax free, it actually undercuts the Teslas. The Mach-E is also accessible with a rear-wheel drive version whereas the Model Y is currently just available with electrical drive.

Despite being considered a SUV, the Mach-E only has 5.7-inches of ground clearance. This ’s a touch more than the Model 3 (5.5 inches) along with also the Model Y (6.6 inches).

As for the interiors, it is an issue of personal preference, but we would give the advantage to the Ford, thanks mostly to the fact it has a dedicated tool cluster which the Teslas overlook ’t.

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