Production of the long-awaited Ford Bronco sixth generation starts on may 3 this year, and orders for the SUV will begin this month.
Ford planned to start mass production of the revived Bronco in the spring of 2021, but due to the coronavirus pandemic and related problems with production and logistics at the brand’s suppliers, the start of production of the SUV was going to be postponed until the summer. However, according to the publication Bronco6G, despite all the difficulties, Ford still returned to compliance with the original production and delivery dates – the revived Bronco should hit the Assembly line in Dearborn, Michigan on may 3 this year.
Ford will allow placing dealer orders for the new Bronco in the factory system from January 19, and on March 18, preparation for production and equipment adjustment will start. The first production cars should arrive to their owners at the end of June. The priority of orders will be determined based on the current availability of spare parts and availability of options. As compensation for possible delays in deliveries of the SUV, the company will allocate future owners $ 300 for accessories or maintenance.