Colour Red
AA Approved AA Approved Yes
Electric Fuel Type Electric
Body Style Estate
HPI Checked Yes
Mileage 33,162 miles
269.0 Engine Power 269 BHP

FORD MUSTANG MACH-E

198kW Standard Range 68kWh AWD 5 Door Automatic

Item No. 709433
Sandicliffe Ford Nottingham

Sandicliffe Ford Nottingham

Abbeyfield Road Nottingham, NG7 2SZ
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Colour Red
AA Approved AA Approved Yes
Electric Fuel Type Electric
Body Style Estate
HPI Checked Yes
Mileage 33,162 miles
269.0 Engine Power 269 BHP

Electric Details

Battery Size
Battery Size

68 kWh

Electric Range
Electric Range

248 miles

Plug Type
Plug Type

CCS Type 2

Rapid Charge Plug Type
Rapid Charge Plug Type

CCS Type 2

Time to Fully Charge
Time to Fully Charge

38 minutes

Rapid Charge to 80%
Rapid Charge to 80%

38 minutes

Cost per Mile
Cost per Mile

0.09p

Installing a Home Charger?
Installing a Home Charger?

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Electric Benefits

SLASH YOUR RUNNING COSTS
SLASH YOUR RUNNING COSTS

With a full charge costing £6-10 and providing anywhere from 150-300 miles of range, the cost per mile of an electric car may be up to 70% cheaper than petrol or diesel. With no engine oil or filters, servicing is much cheaper too.

PAY NO ROAD TAX
PAY NO ROAD TAX

With no emissions, there’s also no road tax or congestion charges to pay. What’s more, with new green number plates specifically for EV’s, in many places you can park for free too.

A SMOOTHER DRIVE
A SMOOTHER DRIVE

With no gears to change (even automatically), an EV produces a smooth drive, unparalleled by an internal combustion car. Also with instant torque and smooth power delivery, driving an EV for the first time may surprise you.

FAST & EASY HOME CHARGING
FAST & EASY HOME CHARGING

Plug in at home and charge your car overnight with a 7kWh home charger and you’ll be fully charged every morning. Don't have a home charger installed? Visit Rightcharge to compare home charger and find the one that suits your needs.

GROWING CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE
GROWING CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE

With nearly 40,000 chargers in the UK, and 500 more being added every week, the infrastructure to charge an electric car is growing fast. With 80% charge available at service stations in 30-40 mins, even long journeys can be navigated with little fuss.

Electric vs Fuel - Cost Calculator

How much could you save?


During the time of owning your current vehicle, you will pay * in liquid fuel

However if you owned an electric vehicle, you would pay ** in electric costs

Total Saving:

Charge for electricity based on off peak. FOC charges excluded.

*Based on a pump price of £1.45 for petrol & £1.55 for diesel.

**The above is based off a FORD MUSTANG MACH-E with a 248 mile range & 68kWh battery.

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Electric Frequently Asked Questions

An electric car (or Electric Vehicle - EV) or sometimes referred to as a BEV (Battery Electric Vehicle), is a car powered solely by a battery that connects to an electric motor which, in turn, drives the wheels. In essence, for it to move, it needs to have power in the battery and that power comes from being plugged in.
If you do not have an electric home charger installed already, visit Rightcharge to compare all home chargers available on the market and find the one that best suits your needs.
The car will come with a charge connector that runs from the car to a domestic 3 pin plug, so you can charge your electric car with your installed home charger at any point of the day with up to 7kwh per hour. Supermarkets now typically have EV charging spaces, sometimes available for free while you shop and there is a growing network of publicly available charging points. A full map is available below. When you’re mid-journey, a rapid charger can charge your car back up to 80% in 20-40 mins.
On the contrary. While early EVs may have been very limited in power, an electric car now is arguably better to drive than most petrol or diesel cars. While a petrol or diesel car needs fuel and air to deliver power, an electric car can deliver instantaneous power delivery, giving impressive acceleration and a smooth drive.
While electric cars are typically more expensive than petrol cars, the gap is coming down and are becoming more affordable for most people. The running cost savings were previously monumental, and the gap has closed with the increase in energy prices, but our calculator above tries to demonstrate how little it can cost to run an electric car. Utilising overnight electricity rates and the occasional free charge, the savings can really mount up.
Switching to an electric car will undoubtedly save you money in tax. Whether that’s road tax or congestion charge zones, from which you're exempt in an electric car or company car tax, which in 2020-21 tax year also made you exempt from company car tax. In the next 2 years, company car tax rates will be 2%, which is a fraction of what you’ll pay in a petrol/diesel car. Plus, VAT on domestic energy is only 5% rather than the 20% you pay in fuel duty. What's more, some local authorities also offer free parking for electric cars and the introduction of green number plates paves the way for schemes to allow EV drivers to use bus lanes or other incentives.
The PICG (Plug In Car Grant) was removed in June 2022 which contributed £1,500 to the car's purchase price if under £32,000. However, until 2025, full EV's still pay £0 VED (Road Tax) and for company car drivers, the BIK (Benefit in Kind) payable on an EV is still only 2% representing a huge saving vs a petrol/diesel equivalent.
Electric cars aren't for everyone. If you’re regularly travelling long distances (250+ miles) and don't want to have to think about stopping to charge, then an electric car probably isn't for you… yet. If you don’t have off-street parking then relying on public charging can be a downside. However, for the vast majority of people who may have an average commute or use their car like the majority of the UK, an electric car can offer a great driving experience and some significant cost savings.