Anderson Ford of Lincoln South is going the extra mile for our customers WE WILL BRING THIS CAR TO YOU FOR A TEST DRIVE! If you elect to move forward, we can also complete your paperwork wherever you are. It seems like you mentioned Mach E. If you’re referring to the Ford Mustang Mach-E, it’s an all-electric crossover SUV produced by Ford. It was first introduced in 2019 and represents Ford’s entry into the growing electric vehicle (EV) market. The Mach-E name is derived from the iconic Mustang brand, and it’s designed to blend the performance and styling associated with the Mustang with the advantages of electric propulsion. The Ford Mustang Mach-E offers a range of battery options, power outputs, and features, catering to different customer preferences and driving needs. It’s available in both rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive configurations and comes with various battery capacities for different ranges. The vehicle features a modern and tech-oriented interior, with a large touchscreen infotainment system and advanced driver-assistance features. Please let me know if you were referring to something else or if you have specific questions about the Ford Mustang Mach-E!.
White Metallic 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E Premium AWD Single-Speed Automatic 8-Cylinder Electric ZEV 266hp
97/85 City/Highway MPG
Repair costs increase every year and can add up to thousands of dollars depending on the vehicle part or service required. A Vehicle Service Contract (VSC) can take over where your manufacturer’s warranty ends.
Nothing looks worse on your new car than the damage caused by tree sap, road salt, bird waste and other environmental elements.
The cost of routine maintenance is an expense no one likes. Select from a variety of Maintenance Plans to cover the cost of routine maintenance.
Want the flexibility to choose the protection that fits your driving needs and budget? A plan can be customized to include options such as Tire & Wheel Protection, Alloy Wheel Cosmetic Repair, Windshield Repair and Paintless Dent Removal.
If your vehicle is stolen and not recovered, totaled in an accident, or damaged beyond repair due to a natural disaster, your auto insurance alone may not pay the remaining balance on your vehicle loan.