Episode 135 – Part 2 – 2021 Ford Mustang Mach E Review! mustang mach e technology

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A follow up to Episode 126. Since I’ve had more time to spend with this vehicle, I provide some additional information on driving, energy efficiency and usability!

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18 comments

henry ventura 30/09/2021 - 8:01 Sáng

I do no think that is a 75k Unite. If it is the AWD with Extended Range the price should be around 56-60k.

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James Paul 30/09/2021 - 8:01 Sáng

Great review, Ken. With Ford discontinuing sedans and coupes other than the Mustang, do you think they will offer a smaller EV hatchback or sedan in the next few years? There is definitely a lack of choice in small EVs throughout North America, and they would definitely be more efficient than the SUVs which are commonplace.

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Robbie Fitzgerald 30/09/2021 - 8:01 Sáng

So when it was at 85% it showed around 360km. How much did you see for a full charge?

Edit: Nevermind. You showed it.

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Tyson b 30/09/2021 - 8:01 Sáng

Nice car but over priced. The seats are incredibly comfortable though. I had a chance to sit in one while it was charging at a Petro Canada just outside Winnipeg at a place we call deacons corner.

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El patio 2003 Patio 30/09/2021 - 8:01 Sáng

Clearly antivax, a danger for national health.

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George Georgiy 30/09/2021 - 8:01 Sáng

I'll Never get a car without buttons.
I'll not gonna spend my life time, looking at this ugly tablet (which is looks as DIY) to find how to open a trunk.
Tesla is Not a good example, so others are not smart if they copy Tesla.

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Kelvyn Bettridge 30/09/2021 - 8:01 Sáng

Oh can you fly now can you Ken? Now that you have been vaccinated. A bit like that Mustang you are wandering out of your lane.

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David WS 30/09/2021 - 8:01 Sáng

Hi. How long did it hold the 125 Kw? Others have said only a couple of minutes?

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Todd Hayes 30/09/2021 - 8:01 Sáng

Hi Kenneth. You can turn on an audible sound for the lane keeping assist. It's on the settings menu under driver assistance and lane keeping system. You aren't the first person to review the car and miss that option.

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David McCarthy 30/09/2021 - 8:01 Sáng

I've seen two in my area and it looks great in real life. I look forward to seeing what's available in several years. Right now we can't live without on ICE (Subaru Forester) because right now the DC charging is only on highways and that only gets us most of the way to our vacation destinations. Most places of interest can be a hundred or more miles from the highway and we'd need to explore the area for a week and then make it back home. So for us in Chicago the northern half of Wisconsin is out of bounds as is the other direction if we wanted to find a cabin in the smoky mountains. Can't get to Yellowstone in my Bolt either since several states haven't yet discovered electricity.

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Ian Burnett 30/09/2021 - 8:01 Sáng

What a fantastic channel. Here in New Zealand covid shots are not available for general public yet. Apparently end of July a million shots arrive.

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Victor Seal 30/09/2021 - 8:01 Sáng

Nice show Kenneth. Also, after watching you for a number of years now, I know you be a kind hearted man, and you mean well when you encourage people to have the Covid vaccination. But there are many like myself who for various valid reasons do not wish to have the jab and your weekly comments do anything but encourage me. May I therefore encourage you to allow people to come to their own conclusions without trying to coheres them. ( I’m retired after 35 years in the health and healing sector). V

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Bert Hogendoorn 30/09/2021 - 8:01 Sáng

Always good to hear feedback, I did take the Mach-e for a couple of long test drives, and I was warned about the 1 pedal, but I found it rather great, yes strong regen, but easy to modulate with the accelerator. My 2020 Kia Soul EV does not have one pedal driving, but you can set the auto hold on and use the left paddle to brake after lifting of the accelerator to slow to a stop, works well but Mach-e is better.

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hsm_ epic_return 30/09/2021 - 8:01 Sáng

100% charging every day will NOT harm this car. It is only allowing 88kWh out of a 99kWh battery pack. Ain't going to hurt it.

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mike yonwin 30/09/2021 - 8:01 Sáng

Hi Kenneth,
10:00
ON / OFF is not a difficult concept.
Other variations appear not be available on a Ford Mustang Mach E.
Mike

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Keith Ware 30/09/2021 - 8:01 Sáng

I have the same problem in my Ioniq the lane keep assist turns off occasionally with no audible warning so your concentration is on the road and you don't know. I also agree with you about the adaptive cruise control it breaks too late and I have it on the longest distance from the car in front and my wife is a nervous passenger and I don't put it on when she is with me.
I hope to have my test drive of the Mach-E here in the UK in a couple of weeks, looking forward to it. Thanks for the videos.

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LiveFree OrDie 30/09/2021 - 8:01 Sáng

So you are endebted to Ford Canada.

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Mark Lawrence 30/09/2021 - 8:01 Sáng

Sweet, more reviews

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