Most are on boats to Europe. After all, taxes are still due to the English crown (and the various other European courts with colonial interests in the “new world”)I wonder if there is a way to find out which part of the country those Mach-Es are going to. They are still quite rare as far I can tell (a very good thing from an owner's perspective). I only saw my second Mach-E this morning in Los Angeles metro. Mine is Rapid Red, the first one I saw was Grabber Blue, and this third one was Infinite Blue.
I'll give credit where credit is due. My brother got a Hybrid Escape SEL (non-PHEV) the week after I got my Mach-E, and it is SHOCKINGLY good, especially for the price point. It's his first Ford purchase. The interior isn't quite as "upscale," seats aren't quite as comfortable (they have the same Active-X seating material), but it's pretty nice, roomy, and usable with a lot of interior space. Opinion on it going to a more CUV and less SUV design is subjective, but it has great on-road manners even on high-speed imperfect interstates. SYNC3 is a far cry from the SYNC4A system in the Mach-E. BUT it's smooth, VERY quiet, comfortable, and over the first 4,000 miles he's averaged 39 mpg, with about 80% of that being on highways going 75+ MPH. THAT is impressive!The title for this thread is wrong. The Mach-E didn't lead to the best month - electrified F-150s and Escapes did.
There are also I believe like 4,000 Mach E’s serving as demo cars at dealers, which the dealer can sell at the 4 month mark, which would be like end of may early June for most dealersMuch better! They’ve cranked out 20,000 in 4 months and seem to be going at over 6,000/month now, so they should be done with the 50,000 by August! Phew.
Now, they made 20,000 and sold 8,500? There must be an awful lot of them on ships crossing the Atlantic or at Speedway