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Before you become an electric vehicle (EV) owner near Thiensville or Milwaukee, Wisconsin, you’ll want all the information you can get about our Ford EV program. Then, you’ll feel like an EV expert, ready to laud the merits of these efficient vehicles to any interested driver near Glendale or Brookfield, Wisconsin.
Right here, Gordie Boucher Village Ford of Thiensville will answer some questions about buying a Ford EV. Read on to learn all there is to know about our electric Ford vehicles—and don’t hesitate to contact us online or over the phone to learn even more!
Ford offers three all-electric Ford models: the Mustang Mach-E, F-150 Lightning, and E-Transit. Each offers exhilarating performance with an electric touch, highlighted by long driving ranges, heavy-duty capabilities, and the same Ford strength you’d expect…
Ford also offers a selection of plug-in hybrid models for interested drivers. These models include the Escape Hybrid, Escape ST-Line Elite Hybrid, Explorer Hybrid, Maverick, and F-150.
Wisconsin drivers may qualify for a federal EV tax credit. Through this program, eligible EVs like the F-150 Lightning may qualify for a tax credit of up to $7,500. However, the Mustang Mach-E drivers are only eligible for a maximum tax credit of $3,750 as of April 2023.
There are criteria to meet these tax credits, though, including battery components, gross income, and MSRP, among others. Our Ford experts will help you gather all the information you need to qualify for notable tax credits.
You may be surprised how many advantages there are behind the wheel of a Ford EV. The most noticeable benefit comes in fuel savings and fewer maintenance needs—as well as expanded driving ranges and, of course, zero emissions.
Plus, with a growing network of public charging stations, you can quickly charge on the go without any downtime.
Ford has equipped their EVs with extensive ranges to make every drive that much better. Both all-electric options offer a variety of battery types, from standard to an extended range—each of which promises longer drives and fewer stops.
The Mustang Mach-E provides a maximum EPA-estimated range between 224 and 312 miles, whereas the F-150 Lightning delivers an EPA-estimated range between 240 and 320 miles.
Range is impacted by several factors, including battery type, speed, temperature, and towing or trailering.
As with any EV, this varies depending on the Ford EV model, driving conditions, driving habits, and other factors, including speed, acceleration, and temperature. However, you can drive with added assurance with an 8-year/100,000-mile Ford EV battery warranty.
In other words, your Ford battery should be able to retain at least 70% of its original power throughout that time period.
Public EV charging stations are easy to find, thanks to a growing number of resources. For instance, the BlueOval™ Charge Network carries the largest public charging station in North America with over 84,000 chargers. You can filter through Level 2 and DC Fast Chargers, as well as find any cost-free charging stations.
Additionally, SYNC® 4A inside the Mustang Mach-E includes a built-in tool to help you find a charging station as you drive.
In most cases, EV repairs run significantly cheaper than a gas-powered vehicle. For instance, if you need routine EV maintenance—things like battery checkups and battery updates—you’ll find noticeably lower costs at our Ford service center.
This is due to the lower per-mile cost of maintaining an EV with its fewer components and smart design. For instance, if you drive a gas-powered F-150, your maintenance needs include oil changes, timing belt inspections, spark plug replacements, and maintaining every engine component. With EVs, though, a more streamlined, battery-operated engine means fewer components to care for—and, in turn, fewer costs.
If you're considering an electric vehicle, you might be wondering how the Mustang Mach-E stacks up against Tesla's offerings.
While both brands offer great electric vehicle options, the Mustang Mach-E combines the iconic Mustang legacy with an electric performance, giving you a unique driving experience that stands out from the crowd. It offers an estimated range of 312 miles to go the distance.
We offer our entire inventory online if you’re eager to get a Ford EV. You can explore our inventory, customize your vehicle, and even calculate payments from the comfort of your home. When you see a model you like in our online inventory, you can hit “Calculate Your Payment” to get started in less than 60 seconds.
Our team is here to assist you every step of the way. Contact us online or visit us in person to learn more about this enticing Ford buying option.
There are even more ways to save on a Ford EV with the Ford A-Plan and Z-Plan. These special pricing programs are available to eligible employees and their families to make driving a Ford EV easier than ever.
The Ford A-Plan offers hefty discounts on Ford vehicle purchases, whereas the Z-Plan is reserved for retired Ford employees. Either way, these special programs make driving a Ford EV even more attainable.
With all this Ford EV information on hand, Thiensville and Milwaukee, WI, drivers can feel confident when slipping behind the wheel. There are plenty of options to choose from, and you can drive with confidence knowing you have the latest and greatest performance in Ford’s extensive lineup.
To learn more, schedule an EV test drive at Gordie Boucher Village Ford of Thiensville, which is conveniently located near Glendale and Brookfield, WI.
* Please consult with your own tax or legal professional to determine your individual eligibility. Tax credit amount is based on vehicle-specific component sourcing and assembly and may be subject to change. MSRP cap includes all optional equipment attached to the vehicle at the time of delivery to the dealer and excludes destination charges, optional items added by the dealer, taxes and fees. The federal tax credit is a potential future tax savings. The amount of your tax savings will depend on your individual tax circumstances. Incentives and additional rebates are not within Ford’s control. This information does not constitute tax or legal advice. Click here for additional information.