The Ford Mustang Mach-E has been a solid merchant this year, second just to the Tesla Model Y among electric SUVs in the U.S.
Tragically for would-be clients, Ford this week raised Mach-E costs across the lineup.
The Select and Premium trims with the standard range battery have gotten $1,000 builds, bringing the entry-level cost of a rear-wheel-drive Select to $44,995.
Extended range battery versions of the Premium are up $2,000, just like the California Route 1, which has the longest range at 305 miles for every charge, and the high-performance GT.
Ford sold 24,791 Mach-Es in the U.S. through November and fabricated 58,278 at its factory in Mexico for global sale.
It likewise started creating the Mach-E in China in October for nearby sales.
While significant, the cost knocks are undeniably not exactly has been seen for the Model Y this year, which expanded $9,000 through a few rounds.