2021 MotorWeek Drivers' Choice Best of the Year | Ford Mustang Mach-E

The Ford Mustang Mach-E is the 2021 MotorWeek Drivers’ Selection Awards Better of the Yr. With the Mach-E Ford determined that, somewhat than have their hallowed …

19 thoughts on “2021 MotorWeek Drivers' Choice Best of the Year | Ford Mustang Mach-E

  1. Finally the mustang goes to the future, how long were they gonna stay retroed? Looks great, is fast, and more importantly, reasonably affordable for normal people

  2. Americans and their obsession with size and ride height completely ruined the new car market years ago, and all this tech is for the birds. When these cars get into the used car market, how long will they last before you have to pay a pretty penny to fix all their glorious "tech"? How about we try to actually learn to drive again?

    As far as this "Mustang" is concerned, they can stick it where the sun doesn't shine.

  3. Remember when everyone lost their minds when Porsche announced they were going to build an SUV? People will always get their panties in a bind about what other people spend their money on.

  4. Pretty hard to charge for your next trip with rolling blackouts. Imagine when everyone is forced to buy an electric vehicle and charge them on a power grid that can’t handle a cold snap!

  5. Don't get me wrong the car is nice but take away the mustang name and logos, and replace the screen with something smaller and more flush in the dash. Mach E is just a way better name

  6. The biggest issue is not so much the fact that it's a crossover or even that it's electric. The naming is what people have a hard time dealing with. I assure you if the car was named anything else, people wouldn't be so down on it. For what it's worth, it seems like a decent car. But Tesla is a much better choice if you are going electric. I wouldn't buy either.

    My biggest complaint is the "glued-on" screen in the middle of the console. It looks so out of place to me. It's also too big. The instrument cluster either needs some anti-glare or a shroud of some sort. If the sun hits that just right, it might be hard to see it. The overall interior looks nice, and the performance is on par with your modern day sports cars.

    Ever since this was announced, I have heard complaints back and forth about how "this isn't a mustang," or "you're ruining an American tradition," or even "ugh, another crossover!" Many even go further and dump on the lack of manuals in the market or hate the idea CUVs and/or SUVs in general are taking over the market. Some of these people claim to be "car enthusiasts." It feels more like they are "car traditionalists." It's not a really slight on anyone. I can only speak for myself here, but I feel that I am an enthusiast. I look forward to the new tech, while embracing the old. I'm not completely technically savvy, but I still enjoy the automobile. It doesn't make me less of an enthusiast. There are many cars I enjoyed in the past and wished still in some way existed today, but I understand the changes in the market. I honestly really couldn't care less the name of a car or if it's a crossover. If it appeals to the majority of people, and people go to buy it, then they must be doing something right.

  7. Can't wait for the all electric SUV Corvette, 911 and Challenger said no one ever. Ford CEOs shoving this down our throats. Beautiful SUV but the name is an insult

  8. I can see some folks are miffed by this choice. I'd counter that MotorWeek is simply acknowledging the future that looks to be electric. I have seen a plethora of positive reviews across auto enthusiast websites and YouTube videos. So MotorWeek isn't being radical with their love of this Mach-E Mustang. Fossil-fueled ICEs are going to go extinct during my lifetime. Kudos to Ford for bringing some panache to the electric sports Crossover market. I will never own one but I credit Ford with this excellent effort. This is the way.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *