Ford opened reservations for the Bronco on July 13, and since then 230,000 reservations have been received as of July 29.
The smaller Bronco Sport isn’t inclusive. The info comes from Bronco6G.com forum.
The reservations still have to be turned into actual sales this December. Recently a Ford spokesperson notified that given a long waiting list, some reservation holders would not get their vehicles until 2022.
The production in spring, the deliveries in June 2021 – that’s the today’s timeline for the Ford Bronco, while deliveries of the Bronco Sport begin before the end of 2020.
The two-door Bronco starts at $28,500, the four-door one – at $33,200, not including a $1,495 destination fee. The First Edition costs $48,875 (2-door) and $51,370 (4-door).
Interestingly, the pre-orders for the limited First Edition models sold out within hours. The company had to double production to 7,000 units to meet demand.