The four-door Ford Bronco with a V6 engine is a choice of the majority of buyers of the model.
The revived Bronco is in high demand. 73 percent of the 2021 Bronco customers opted for a four-door version. Half orders include the Sasquatch Package. 60 percent of buyers preferred vehicles with a larger 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 engine mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission.
Just 15 percent of the Ford Bronco purchasers chose a 7-speed manual gearbox that is only available with a smaller 2.3-liter EcoBoost I-4 engine. If only it came also with the V6, the number of orders for the 7MT would be more, we suppose. Well, though manual transmissions are leaving, they still have fans.
70 percent of all orders are for the Outer Banks, Badlands, Wildtrak, First Edition trim levels.
190,000 reservations were converted into 125,000 real orders Ford is to fulfill, and new orders continue coming. Because of their high number in the system, as well as supply restraints, Ford once had to pause online reservations. An opportunity to order directly from a dealer by visiting a local dealership remained.
Banks for the Bronco orders pushed to the 2022 model should open next month, with production to begin in late December.
The return of the model to the market is fraught with difficulties (thank you, the coronavirus!), but its sales prospects seem good. In America, the Ford Bronco has such rivals as the Chevrolet Blazer Pro, Honda Element HPD, Nissan Xterra III, Ram Ramcharger.
Source: Ford Authority