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2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E No Longer Available To Order In The US

After orders for the Premium and California Rt 1 trim levels closed in early March, the Select and GT now share the same fate.

In the United States, the 2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E is no longer available for retail consumers in any trim level.

We discovered a “not available to order” comment in brackets on the Mustang Mach-E product page on Ford’s customer website while looking at the Select, GT, Premium, and California Route 1 trims. Ford appears to have discreetly stopped orders, with the small print below the list of 2022 Mustang Mach-E grades serving as the automaker’s only explanation.

Due to high demand, the current model year is no longer available for retail order. Limited inventory may be available at selected dealers. Contact your dealer for more information.

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This follows news in early March that Ford was no longer accepting orders for the 2022 Mach-E Premium and California Route 1 versions.

Consumers will either have to wait until the 2023 model year or look for 2022 Mach-E crossovers that are still available at some dealerships. Let’s hope people who locate one don’t have to pay a dealer markup—Ford CEO Jim Farley threatened dealerships that charge markups with less product allocation in the future earlier this year.

While Ford claims that great demand is the reason company is no longer accepting retail orders for the 2022 Mustang Mach-E, the reality is likely more nuanced. Ford’s decision is likely influenced by the ongoing global semiconductor scarcity; for example, Mustang Mach-E manufacturing was momentarily suspended in February at the Cuautitlan facility in Mexico due to supply chain concerns.

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Last week, Ford revealed major price increases for the Mustang Mach-E in the United Kingdom, with the basic price for the Standard Range RWD variant increasing by £6,200 ($8,000). The price hikes were attributed to a significant increase in material and energy prices, according to Ford UK.

That said, Ford plans to triple Mustang Mach-E production in Mexico by 2023 after deciding not to build the all-electric Explorer and Lincoln Aviator SUVs there. This will free up significant capacity for the Mach-E, but it remains to be seen how Ford’s plans will be affected by supply chain issues as well as rising material and energy costs, as analysts don’t expect these disruptions to end soon.

Source: Ford


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