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We'd definitely keep it cheap with the Mustang Mach E and stick with the entry-level Standard Range RWD. That's still not as good as the Tesla Model 3 or Volkwagen ID.4, with its abrupt ride being the biggest disappointment, but it's still a decent car offering good value, it's well equipped and has a good infotainment system. The more expensive versions have a longer range but beyond that, there are much better cars for the money.get the best price
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All Mach-Es come well-equipped with even the entry-level Standard Range RWD model (our pick because it keeps the price competitive) coming with LED headlights, privacy glass, blind spot warning, traffic sign recognition, two-zone climate control, heated front seats, a heated windscreen, a heated steering wheel, a 15.5in touchscreen infotainment system, sat-nav, Apple CarPlay/ Android Auto, wireless phone charging, adaptive cruise control, front and rear parking sensors, a rear-view camera and keyless entry. Move up to the Standard Range AWD model and you also get larger 19in wheels, red brake calipers, adaptive LED headlights, piano black exterior highlights and eight-way electrically adjustable driver and passenger seats.
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This entry-level, rear-wheel-drive Mustang Mach-E is our pick. The 68kWh (useable) standard range battery and motor set-up produces a respectable 265bhp and will officially take you 273 miles on a single charge – we made that 211 miles in the real world. And it's quicker than a Volkswagen ID.4 Pro Performance, turning out 0-62mph in 6.9sec. The all-wheel-drive version has the same power and accelerates quicker (6.3sec 0-62mph) but its range drops to 248 miles.
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