Orders for the Ford Bronco will open in the middle of this month instead of December 7. Customer deliveries are delayed until summer.
Supplier issues related to the coronavirus pandemic continue to overset Ford’s plans.
Initially the company scheduled to launch 2- and 4-door Broncos (priced at $29,995 and $34,695, respectively) in the spring of 2021. According to the latest info, it won’t happen until summer.
Customers can still configure the Ford Bronco on the brand’s website. Reservation holders now have to finalize their orders until March 19. The previous deadline was January 31.
As for an off-road Sasquatch package with a manual transmission, it will be available only next year.
New reports, unofficial ones, say that Ford will start production of the Bronco on May 3, 2021. On the contrary, the smaller Bronco Sport is arriving at dealerships now.
Source: Car and Driver