A number of options of the new Ford Bronco are currently slated for later availability. So, the build and delivery of orders will also delay.
Some options are slated for late summer 2021, others – for the 2022 model year.
The list includes a dual soft top, a Shadow Black hard top, body color and white-painted modular hardtops; First Edition black interior; Roof Rack with the Four-Door Bronco; Sasquatch Package/manual transmission; Lux Equipment Group; the Bronco Two-Door Wildtrak trim level, 2.7L EcoBoost V6; the interior leather trim.
It is possible that dealers will get allocation to fill just one third of reservations, with the rest to push to the 2022 model year.
In addition, new exterior paint and vehicle choices, as well as special additions will be available for those who agree to wait until next year.
The reservation holders have to convert their reservations to orders from January 20 to March 19. After the deadline expires, a reservation automatically converts to a 2022 model year order.
The Ford Mustang Mach-E is also affected to delay. The first buyers will have to wait longer, before they can touch their cars.
Ford is conducting additional quality checks on several hundred vehicles built before dealer shipments began in December, and customers have to expect a bit.
Source: Ford Authority