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The Mach-E is a well-equipped and relatively spacious large electric SUV, but then so are the Kia EV6 and Toyota bZ4X – and they have lower list prices and better residuals. The Mach-E’s average ride, so-so build quality and relatively slow maximum charging rate are a bit disappointing, too. If you have your heart set on a Mach-E, we recommend the entry-level Standard Range RWD for the best value.
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The top-of-the range GT models get a sportier look and sports seats up front, as well as performance upgrades.
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If performance is your main concern, the Mach-E GT is the one to go for. Power is up to 480bhp and the 0-62mph time drops to 3.7sec. That’s almost as quick as the Tesla Model Y Performance. The GT has a longer 310-mile official range, compared with that Model Y’s 298 miles.
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