Ford Mustang Mach E GT

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AFTER INCENTIVES

$51,500

MSRP

$60,500

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ESTIMATED INCENTIVES

$9,000

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Loan Payment

$1,080 / month

Down Payment

$6,595

10% of MSRP plus tax

ESTIMATED INCENTIVES

$9,000

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Lease Payment

$674 / month

FIRST LEASE PAYMENT

$7,269

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Incentives For Lease

$9,000

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C02 Emissions Reductions

20,971 lbs/yr

Trees Planted

437

FUEL TYPE

BEV

ELECTRIC RANGE

250 miles

Type

Crossover

Seats

5

MILES PER 30 MIN OF FAST CHARGING

~ 76 miles

TIME TO CHARGE - LEVEL 2

~ 11 hr 25 min

BATTERY SIZE

88 kWh

Gasoline Saved

1,111 gal/yr


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Compare the Ford Mustang Mach E GT to a similar gas vehicle, the Chevrolet Tahoe 4WD

20,000 miles

5 Years

$2.95


Assumptions

Results have been updated as of 3/12/2021, 5:35:57 AM.

Cost of Ownership

The Ford Mustang Mach E GT is $15,317 cheaper to own over 5 years



DescriptionFord Mustang Mach E GTChevrolet Tahoe 4WD
Vehicle$42,306$44,098
Maintenance$3,584$6,486
Insurance$10,025$9,616
Electricity$5,358$0
Gasoline$0$16,389
Total$61,273$76,589

Cost to Fill Up Monthly

The Ford Mustang Mach E GT is $184 cheaper to fill up monthly



VehiclesElectricityGasolineTotal
Ford Mustang Mach E GT$89$0$89
Chevrolet Tahoe 4WD$0$273$273

We selected the Chevrolet Tahoe 4WD based on its proximity to the Ford Mustang Mach E GT based on brand, size, and price.

Up to $9,000 in tax credits and rebates are potentially available for the Ford Mustang Mach E GT

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$7,500

Federal Tax Credit

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Tax credit for the purchase of a new plug-in electric drive motor vehicle. Credit amount depends on the car's battery capacity.
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Up to $1,000

Federal Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit

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Customers who purchase qualified residential fueling equipment before December 31, 2021, may receive a tax credit of up to $1,000.
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California High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane Exemption

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Electric vehicles may use HOV lanes regardless of the number of occupants in the vehicle.
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California Clean Vehicle Assistance Program Beneficial State Foundation

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Beneficial State Bank has committed to providing loans at an 8% interest rate or lower to participants of the Clean Vehicle Assistance Program.
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$1,500

California Clean Fuel Reward

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A point-of-sale reward available to all California residents who purchase or lease of an eligible new Battery Electric (BEV) or Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) vehicle at participating retailers.
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Silicon Valley Clean Energy Residential EV Rates

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Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE) electric vehicle rate schedules, EV-A and EV-B, mirror those of PG&E. With SVCE, you are driving on clean, carbon-free power at a lower rate.
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PG&E Electric Vehicle Rate Plans

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PG&E offers two electric vehicle rate plans for residential customers. EV2A combines your vehicle's electricity costs with those of your residence. EV-B involves the installation of another meter, which separates your vehicle's electricity costs from those of your home.
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Bay Area AQMD Clean Air Vehicle Discount

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During commute times, clean air vehicles can receive toll discounts on Bay Area Bridges.

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