Scroll to the very bottom of the page. There are 2 videos showing how to apply and remove. Similar to car wrap so should be able to remove.Terry - how does that apply? Is it permanent? If not, does it leave a residue? Product is really interesting! Unfortunately, the website has little to no information.
I would imagine its standard floor mats and some mats for the trunk / boot floor and maybe one for the frunk / froot. It is pretty standard to get a cargo cover in a rear hatch (unless you are a model-Y ) as the mach-e is going to use the same style adaptive rear parcel shelf set up as introdced on the European puma it would seem very odd to make it part of a mats package.The interior protection package is just the floor mats and the trunk cover flap that attaches to the lift gate?
I suspect the $400 was never part of the $60,000 limit, but experts here can guide usSo, some interesting price drops. For My FE it looks like:
$ 6,600 FE Equipment Group
That's $600 cheaper than originally listed. What that means is I could switch to Rapid Red for $400 and still stay under the $60,000 limit for the Maryland EV tax incentive. So, Rapid Red is back on the table.
There's also the $1,100 Destination and Delivery but that didn't change and doesn't count against the $60K limit. I know there are other states with $60K limits, so this will help quite a few folks. Doesn't work for NJ, though. Sorry folks
the Route 1 is wellActually, they just missed helping those of us in NJ. The limit to get a $5000 rebate in NJ is $55,000, so the only eligible ER model is the Rt 1 edition - by $1. The Rt 1 also - for some inexplicable reason - does not have an option for heated seats or steering wheel.
Ugh!Actually, they just missed helping those of us in NJ. The limit to get a $5000 rebate in NJ is $55,000, so the only eligible ER model is the Rt 1 edition - by $1. The Rt 1 also - for some inexplicable reason - does not have an option for heated seats or steering wheel.
I think he's saying that now that they lowered the price of the base Premium by $600 to $50,000, you can add the ER battery for $5000 and come in at exactly $55,000 and qualify for the rebate. No AWD though, or anything else extra.let me rephrase: $55k is the cutoff, so the only ER Mach E that qualifies is the Route 1.