Ford EV Cost of Ownership FAQs
How much does a Ford EV cost?
The cost of a new Ford EV varies depending on the model and features you choose. The electric Ford F-150 Lightning truck, for instance, may have a different price point than the popular Mustang Mach-E SUV. Please visit our Tennessee Ford dealership or contact our auto sales team to get the most accurate, up-to-date pricing information for the specific Ford EV you're interested in.
What are the maintenance costs for a Ford EV?
Electric Ford maintenance costs are generally lower than their gas counterparts. Electric vehicles don't have an internal combustion engine, which leads to fewer moving parts and less need for fluid changes -- so you can say goodbye to many traditional maintenance items like oil changes.
According to a U.S. Department of Energy report, the estimated scheduled maintenance cost of a light-duty battery-electric vehicle is significantly less than its gas equivalent.
What is the cost of charging an electric Ford?
The costs of charging an EV depend on several factors, including your local electricity rates and how often you charge. Charging at home during off-peak hours can result in lower costs compared to public EV charging stations. Regardless, EV owners typically find that they spend less money charging their vehicle than they used to spend on gas!
Are there any additional EV ownership costs?
While owning a Ford EV can result in savings on maintenance and fuel, there might be additional costs such as installing a home-charging unit. However, these costs can often be offset by federal and state incentives for electric vehicle ownership.
Ford EV Dealer Near Me
For more specific information and personalized advice about electric Ford maintenance costs or the costs of charging an EV, feel free to contact Al White Ford. Our team is always here to make your transition to an electric vehicle smoother and more affordable. We look forward to serving you!