Finished without really starting: Ford stops accepting online orders for Bronco

Finished without really starting: Ford stops accepting online orders for Bronco

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The American automaker has announced that it is forced to temporarily suspend online applications for the Ford Bronco SUV. The fact is that Ford simply does not have time to process the existing number of applications.

The American Ford Bronco SUV will not yet be available for online orders, according to the Detroit Free Press, whose reporters refer to the official announcement of the Ford company, which was addressed to its dealers. “The decision to suspend orders is due to the huge number of orders already received for various versions of the SUV,” according to a press release.

Ford calls this step a “pause” in online reservations, rather than a complete suspension of online reservations.

Customers are encouraged to contact their local dealers directly who can assist with the ordering process. Dealers can best advise if a customer can get an SUV that’s already built or planned for production soon.

Everyone will also be able to place their orders for the purchase of an SUV from a dealer. The only thing that has changed is that the vast majority of people who have applied for the Bronco will have to wait until 2022 for their SUV.

Ford production planning is dragging on. Since the system is running out of so-called free orders that can be created, all new orders will move down the list – also mentioned in the published document.

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