It depends on the tuning. The great thing about Magneride is that it can be set up to offer buttery smooth ride and also be set up (say, on sport setting) with much more aggressive tuning for sporty driving. Most likely it will be offered with a very compliant ride in base setting, and offer the option for more aggressive tuning in other settings.But how smooth is the ride compared to conventional suspension systems, for example, the one in the 2019 Ranger FX4?
Going only by current Ford practice, Magneride is a performance pack add on on the Mustang, so presumably it will be the same of MME - an add on option on the GT.It would be nice if Ford offered the Magneride suspension as an option on the Premium. I suspect that won't be the case, but so far there has been no hint of optional packages.
The least of a "tow package" is the hitch especially on an EV. You have to have a programmed tow mode from mfg. EU'ers will be adamant about having hitch and two capability. Not offered on Model Y but Musk could do it if he feels threatened by MachE.
Absolutely. Besides performance, Magneride is the second biggest factor why I was swayed to the GT. Can't wait to test drive and feel it in action. Along with the low center of gravity, I think the Mach-E is going to handle great.Ford is able to charge more by bundling and keeping it exclusive to the Mach-E GT. I believe they said some 30% of reservations were for the GT. I know it's not all for the MagneRide but it's a big factor.
I'm sure some would have ordered a Premium if MagneRide was an option. Maybe if/when the Shelby version is out?