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So, I signed up for the Mustang Club yesterday so I can use X pricing...where do you put that in?

Also, going to order the Carbonized Grey - Premium.
 
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Although I think I'll switch to the infinite blue color when ordering time comes, lol.
 

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So, I signed up for the Mustang Club yesterday so I can use X pricing...where do you put that in?
The reserve is just to put your name on the list (it applies a credit to your order). You do all your ordering mid 2020.
 

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Reserved in gray, GT trim.
Same here ("carbonized"), after multiple failures of the site to update my profile and charge my card (and I had to come to this thread to find the page, since on Ford.Com, the Mach-E is not listed in the "Electrics" section and a search on "mach-e" returns no results - brilliant!).

I am disappointed that nothing about towing capacity was mentioned during the reveal. If it's an SUV that can't pull a moderate load, then for the money, why not get a CPO Tesla with superior warranty?
 

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red premium, white interior
 

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Reservation site broken...
Keep getting "Updating your profile failed, please retry. "
Hmmm...
 

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Oh good, that reservation thing actually worked properly for someone. On my confirmation screen it said my “Reservation Date” was “NAN/NAN/NAN”. I wish I took a screenshot.

Grabber Blue First Edition. In the email confirmation it said my reservation date was 11/18/19, which was a neat trick considering the 11/17 launch event was just ending...
 

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Oh good, that reservation thing actually worked properly for someone. On my confirmation screen it said my “Reservation Date” was “NAN/NAN/NAN”. I wish I took a screenshot.

Grabber Blue First Edition. In the email confirmation it said my reservation date was 11/18/19, which was a neat trick considering the 11/17 launch event was just ending...
I noticed UTC time stamps as well
 

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Let me preface this by saying I will not be in a position to purchase a Mach-e until I come off my Clarity lease in October of 2021. I will be in contact with my dealer to see how much lead time I will need when ordering or see what they have coming or in inventory in the Spring of 2021.

I live in upstate NY so the Premium with it's heated seats and steering wheel would be my first choice:

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Premium ($50,600)

19" Aluminum Wheels
Handsfree, Foot Activated Liftgate
Panoramic Fixed-Glass Roof
Heated First Row Seats
Heated Steering Wheel
Memory Driver Seats & Power Folding Mirrors
Active Park Assist 2.0
360 Degree Camera
B&O 10-Speaker Sound System

Extended Range Battery - RWD ($5,000)
Infinite Blue Metallic Tinted Clearcoat ($400)
Black Onyx Perforated ActiveX ™ Seating Material (N/C)

Total Cost: $56,000

Destination & Delivery Fee: $1,100
Federal EV Credit: -$7,500
NYS EV Credit : -$2,000

Final Cost: $47,600 (not including NYS Sales Tax and Registration)

Than, again, since I will be retiring within 5 years to a warmer state, I could go the Cruiser route:

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California Route 1 Edition ($52,400)

18" Aluminum Wheels with Aero Inserts
Unique California Route 1 Badging
Panoramic Fixed-Glass Roof
Memory Driver Seats & Power Folding Mirrors
360 Degree Camera
Active Park Assist 2.0

Extended Range Battery - RWD (Included)
Iconic Silver (N/C)
Black Onyx ActiveX ™ Seating Material (Included)

Total Cost: $52,400

Destination & Delivery Fee: $1,100
Federal EV Credit: -$7,500
NYS EV Credit: -$2,000

Final Cost: $44,000 (not including NYS Sales Tax and Registration)

Note, I hope Ford comes out with more color choices as I am not thrilled with the colors currently available.

Upgrades I would do to each: Paint the brake calipers, lower suspension, exterior graphics, interior inserts

For California Route 1 Edition: Replace wheels and tires with 19 inch wheels and tires.
 
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I have two questions for you guys-
1. do you think it will really be late 2020- any chance it's sooner? odds of it being pushed back?
2. leasing vs. buying? I always buy but I wonder if these things will hold their value. I guess that's the gamble with being an early adopter of something!
 

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I have two questions for you guys-
1. do you think it will really be late 2020- any chance it's sooner? odds of it being pushed back?
2. leasing vs. buying? I always buy but I wonder if these things will hold their value. I guess that's the gamble with being an early adopter of something!

I would be surprised if it's sooner. I think it would be more likely that its pushed back. HOWEVER, this is a big launch for Ford. Hopefully they have done their due diligence and wouldn't publicize a late 2020 launch if they didn't feel confident in pulling it off.

I am in the same position when it comes to lease versus buy. However, I have always bought imports which tend to hold their value longer than domestic vehicles. However, I feel like EVs in general could be a gamble on depreciation, regardless of manufacturers. I am open to leasing but drive an average of 17k miles a year. I am not sure if Leasing would make sense in my situation. I am definitely open to it. I wish Ford would do something like Care by Volvo (basically a lease that includes insurance and maintenance, $0 down, and can swap out every 12 or 24 months).

I think the big question will be whether or not the tax credit is baked into the lease payments. Tesla subtracts the tax credit from the leased amount, so you can take advantage of it. However, I have heard some manufacturers don't give you any benefit from the credit in the lease, meaning you lose out on that money if you don't buy.

EDIT: I messed with Ford's lease calculator on a Ford Explorer just for fun. It seems like the monthly payment does not change between a 15,000 or 18,000 mile (annual) lease term.
 
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I would be surprised if it's sooner. I think it would be more likely that its pushed back. HOWEVER, this is a big launch for Ford. Hopefully they have done their due diligence and wouldn't publicize a late 2020 launch if they didn't feel confident in pulling it off.

I am in the same position when it comes to lease versus buy. However, I have always bought imports which tend to hold their value longer than domestic vehicles. However, I feel like EVs in general could be a gamble on depreciation, regardless of manufacturers. I am open to leasing but drive an average of 17k miles a year. I am not sure if Leasing would make sense in my situation. I am definitely open to it. I wish Ford would do something like Care by Volvo (basically a lease that includes insurance and maintenance, $0 down, and can swap out every 12 or 24 months).
as a car guy for many years, I feel like I have figured out the lease vs buy thing in other contexts but a new model and a pure EV throws a monkey wrench in things for me- I know how many miles you can get out of an ICE car but resale values on EV's are a little trickier to predict for me. one clue will be the lease #'s when they come out- that gives a clue to the anticipated depreciation. We'll see! I'm really excited though for a ground up designed EV from Ford as opposed to Tesla
 
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