The total only counts cars sold in the US. If the 60/40 split is correct, then that’s 20,000 Mach E counted towards that total (minus cars sold in Canada). Ford’s credit should easily make it for a couple more years.
I wouldn’t say I’m begging for help, but here in Oregon there’s a cut off of $5k in credits at $50k for a given trim’s base msrp. I’d greatly appreciate it if the premium model came in at that price. As it stands, the base premium is effectively $12k more for me than the select and the select...
Speaking of EA, are their prices mislabeled on their site? They call out the Pass+ as providing a roughly 20 percent discount, but as far as I can tell there's no difference other than the $1 per charge vs $4 per month.
Ordered on 3/5 and had 100440xx.
So the reservations are either random within sets of say 5000, divvied up by region, or going in order while backfilling cancelled numbers. It can’t be 100% sequential.
Maybe they’re counting on a decent number of people cancelling their orders and they’ll be able to redistribute the cars based off that number in the summer. Otherwise, guess my 2021 reservation just got upgraded to the 2022 model? Sigh.
I’ve been wondering how the timing of this works in terms of federal and state tax credits. It makes sense with cars that are already out. The year the car is purchased is the year it applies, but what’s the purchase point for the Mach E? When we confirm the order with Ford (not the...