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According to this page, Ford just released the 2023 Mach-E pricing: Ford reopens Mach-e orderbank, pricing, colors, and range updates

Mustang Mach-EMSRP
Select RWD Standard Range
Select eAWD Standard Range
California Route 1 eAWD
Extended RangePremium RWD Standard Range
Premium eAWD Standard Range
GT Extended Range
$ 46,895
$ 49,595
$ 63,575
$ 54,975
$ 57,675
$ 69,895
Extended Range Battery
Nite Pony Appearance Package
GT Performance Package
$ 8,600
$ 800
$ 6,000

Comparing to similar Ariya models (Venture+ vs Select RWD standard range, Evolve+ vs Premium RWD extended range, Platinum+ vs California Route 1 eAWD), 2023 Mach-E models cost about $5k+ more, but likely will qualify for $7500 tax rebate again in 2023. If the Ariya order agreement fails to qualify for $7500 tax rebate, I'll consider ordering a Mach-E instead.
 

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According to this page, Ford just released the 2023 Mach-E pricing: Ford reopens Mach-e orderbank, pricing, colors, and range updates

Mustang Mach-EMSRP
Select RWD Standard Range
Select eAWD Standard Range
California Route 1 eAWD
Extended RangePremium RWD Standard Range
Premium eAWD Standard Range
GT Extended Range
$ 46,895
$ 49,595
$ 63,575
$ 54,975
$ 57,675
$ 69,895
Extended Range Battery
Nite Pony Appearance Package
GT Performance Package
$ 8,600
$ 800
$ 6,000

Comparing to similar Ariya models (Venture+ vs Select RWD standard range, Evolve+ vs Premium RWD extended range, Platinum+ vs California Route 1 eAWD), 2023 Mach-E models cost about about $5k+ more, but likely will qualify for $7500 tax rebate again in 2023. If the Ariya order agreement fails to qualify for $7500 tax rebate, I'll consider ordering a Mach-E instead.
They might not qualify for the battery portion, depending.
 

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They might not qualify for the battery portion, depending.
There will be waivers in 2023 since even after the battery mineral rules post 12/31 there will be confusion and loopholes. Everything is based on "value" as per law.

2024 is when the real problem begins because NO critical battery mineral can be from "foreign entities of concern" (China, Russia, etc) which is almost impossible at the moment because most cathode and anode processing is done in China.
 
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