Ford has sent a letter to its dealers saying that the revived Bronco SUV is being delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
As Motor1 informs on Saturday, December 5, relying on a representative of the American Corporation, now the Bronco models will reach dealerships not in the spring, as previously expected, but in the summer of next year.
Along with this, the start of accepting orders is also postponed. So, if at first it was planned for the current month, then now it should start in the middle of January next year and last until March, while initially the deadline was considered to be the end of January 2021. This also means that the Bronco with the Sasquatch package and manual transmission, which Ford announced last, will not appear until the second half of next year. The new terms were confirmed by an anonymous source of a foreign Agency.
The reasons for the delay are not officially named, but the American company admits to having problems with deliveries. Recall that to date, Ford has already collected approximately 200,000 pre-orders for the revived Bronco SUV.
In addition, some time ago it was noted that the American pickup truck Ford F-150 2021 model year will receive new features “over the air”. It should be emphasized that you can even add new driving modes.