Interestingly I bet there is a pay-to-play aspect of getting a MY21. I'd bet that if you have plenty of money to waste you could easily score a '21 with just about any reservation date if you find the absolute worst dealer in your state with the highest markup/ADM and switch your order there.
I still don't love the side graphics personally, but I have to agree that the black breaks up all the yellow so it's still tempting. I can't help but think about the CS stripe on my mustang in the same place that started fading away after the first year, but I guess this will be higher and brighter?
Starting to eyeball a D90 now, been looking the past 3 days. Literally all 3 times I have checked the D90 B&P it's been completely different and the pricing has been different, not sure what's going on over there. My Bronco backups (if I don't get one by Q1/22 or if my mustang breaks down first)...
Same boat here. I was reserved at Stephens and I expect them and Granger to have >90% conversion rates so I switched dealers to a lesser deal. Did the math and I'm basically spending $1600 to not get a MY23 Bronco. Mixed feelings.
Yeah, I got that. I mean I want it asap so if I can get it in 21 that would be awesome. I'm just saying it would suck to be within a month of the change and miss options (like green). Unless you can delay it after placing the order... "oh man, on second though I definitely want that mod top"
I think your 2nd point is an argument in favor of mine, why go 1-2 months early instead of getting new colors, trims, late availability items at that point. I guess the overall point I was making is that all this speculating over selling is dependent on low supply high demand, and at the end of...
I could see this whole situation being hilarious in a few ways. 1) Bronco gets delayed again and nobody sees one til Fall '21, with an improved '22 model being released, good luck selling it. 2) Ford doubles production, conversion rate lower than expected, everyone gets theirs, good luck selling.
Best hope would be that they don't mix in any dealer stock and it stays the same.
I have a really hard time believing Granger's 45% order conversion estimate with only $100 to lose on placing one. That said, I pray they're right.
What worries me is if Ford states 60k units starting in June, even assuming they double the production in 2022 I would still be bumped to 2023 with a week 2 reservation if I stay at Stephens, even figuring in some cancellations, which I expect to be a lower % at Stephens vs nationally.
I'm 100% in on the WT, but I definitely see why people don't go for it too:
If you want sway bar disco, BL it is
MGV: BL or BD only
If you don't want High or Lux, then you're just wasting money going WT
With the majority of reservations looking at a MY22 delivery now (assuming no huge conversion drop-off etc), do you think we will still get the WT at current MSRP, or do you guys think they will force the mod top back on and jack it up a couple grand?
Hmm.... so now that it looks like I will 99.99% have a '22, does this mean the price of my WT is going to get hiked up by about $2k since mod top will be available? That would make me consider switching trims at the very least. Following up on that, will I even have the option to switch trims at...