Well, here we are at episode 4 of the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E Review and all we can say is wow! Sandy and the team are not easily impressed, but the Mustang Mach-E is definitely an impressive car. Sandy even exclaims that, “From a suspension standpoint: If I gave Tesla an A, this would get an A+, and the reason for that is because they are so simple and so inexpensive, and they’re doing the job!”
From the hallow cast cradles to a mysterious reservoir and something Sandy is calling the T-Rex bar, there are lot’s of interesting finds under this car, including the fact that Ford has made this battery very easy to drop out and change – great for serviceability but also allows for battery quick change is that business model pans out in the future.
But to get the full details you have to watch the show:
Sandy Takes A Look Under The Hood of the 2021 Mustang Mach-E
In this second installment of the Mustang Mach-E series, Sandy has a look at what is under the hood of the Mustang Mach-E. Now if you have watched our last episode, then technically you know that Sandy has already looked under this hood, but upon further inspection, Sandy finds two secrets that make him propel this vehicle into a position of competition with the Tesla.
Beyond this, Sandy talks more about the frunk, what is under certain access panels including the 12 Volt battery, seals, coolant fill, etc. To watch the full episode and find out what has Sandy so enamored with the Mach-E, you will just have to watch the video below:
In this first episode of Munro Live’s next car review, that being the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E, Sandy gives his first visual impressions of the car, stating that it reminds him of a Japanese design or look. Sandy likes the overall look of the car and including the lenses, but isn’t a huge fan of the wheels; he still preferred the look of the ID.4’s wheels better.
From the gaps and fit, finish, and quality perspective, everything was done perfectly. The lack of door handles is also a design choice that Sandy loves and the general sleekness of the car. Sandy makes mention of the Shingling designed into the hood to avoid problems with matching both sides where they overhang a little on the front light lenses; it also adds a certain esthetic that Sandy is into. Sandy’s impression of the front of the car, in general, is very positive and he likes the design choices from the faux grill to the Mustang logo.
Starting at the driver-side door of the vehicle, Sandy makes mention of the locking mechanism on the door, a Ford born esthetic. Once inside, besides the car being dirty, Sandy is enamored with the tambour doors on the console and the fact that the cupholder unit has space underneath for a purse or a tissue box – perfect for his wife.
Sandy goes on to reveal more aspects of the car he likes and little secrets, especially the fact that he can operate the Mustang infotainment GUI to easily find the map function with charging stations laid out (unlike the VW ID.4), but to find all of the Easter eggs, you will just have to watch by clicking below: