Ford New Zealand has today announced a price reduction for the new all-electric SUV effective from 1 January 2024. 

The NZ Motoring Writers’ Guild Car of the Year 2023 Finalist sees a price reduction of $5,000 on RWD and AWD models, and an $8,000 reduction on the flagship GT as of 1 January 2024, meaning the entry price of a Mustang Mach-E moves to $74,990.  

The RWD model sees a reduction of $5,000, bringing the entry price of Mustang Mach-E to $74,990* + orc. The AWD model will be priced at $104,990* + ORC while the flagship GT model, featuring a 358kW dual-motor drivetrain, will cost $116,990* + ORC. 

At dusk on the Desert Road

“The Mustang Mach-E offers all-electric performance with the character and exhilaration that only a Mustang can deliver,” said Simon Rutherford, Ford New Zealand, Managing Director. “And as the EV market has continued to evolve, we’re very happy to be able to respond and offer the Mach-E at an even better price point, offering our customers greater value for this great to drive EV.” 

Updated Pricing 

Ford Mustang Mach-E RWD AWD GT 
Current RRP $79,990* $109,990* $124,990* 
New 2024 RRP $74,990* $104,990* $116,990* 

*Recommended Retail Pricing only, including GST. The offer price of any vehicle or option is entirely at the discretion of the Dealer. Prices shown exclude Dealer delivery and On Road Costs.

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