May 3 is Target Date


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By on January 5, 2021

 

Late last year we reported that thanks to the coronavirus and its impact on suppliers, Ford Bronco production would be delayed, saying “customers will receive a delivery window in May 2021. First customer deliveries will now begin in summer 2021 instead of spring 2021.”

A new report from a forum has given us a bit more in the way of specifics. A production start date of May 3 is the new target, with the factory beginning to formally recognize orders from dealers beginning on January 19th.

From there, it will take about six to eight weeks for Broncos to start hitting the road. That means that right around the Fourth of July, you could be experiencing open-air freedom on your way to the beach in a Bronco.

Covid could always cause further delays. So could other factors. But if nothing changes, the Bronco will finally be on the road this summer.

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