4 hours to E day... what's your breaking point?

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Tricky Dick

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I agree with the sentiment but am on the fence about waiting it out.

Current vehicle is low miles and will meet my needs for the foreseeable future.
It's a predicament. I sold my car after I got a build date and only have a motorcycle at the moment. I'll be looking for a beater if they push me past summer.





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AcenTitus

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I love the car I have. There’s nothing I’d rather drive on the market today. Not being a “fanboy;” it’s just a simple matter of knowing that if I bought something else I’d be spending a lot of money on something I didn’t like as much as what I already have or what I’m looking forward to. There’s a used RAV4 hybrid on the lot at the dealership where I used to work. It’s dropped to a very reasonable price. Still not really even tempted and that’s the only car that knocked me off the Bronco train for a bit in 2019 before the big reveal of what it really was. So I’ll wait 🤷🏼‍♂️ Hoping it gets here by winter though because my California car didn’t do great in its first Missouri winter. Come on slippery Goat mode!
 

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2 years after reservation seems long enough. I do not believe Ford will come through and am back configuring P-cars.
 

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In the survey, I answered Q3 2022. But I’ll be in the Bronco wait mode until the bitter end when the dealer says it’s ready. I was hoping for 22MY anyway to take advantage of body color top and maybe a few other future accessories not available in 2021.

TLDR: Any time in 2022 okay for me.
 

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I'm not a reservation holder, and already own two open top 4x4s. So for me, the impact of Bronco delays is quite a bit less, compared to some guy waiting years banking on a new Bronco to enjoy open top 4x4 fun. Life is short, maybe consider getting a used Jeep for now?
 

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I am in no rush.

Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.
 

Bronco-tx

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Anything past August for me, I would really appreciate an option to pick a 2022 over a 2021.
 

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My situation is kind of fluid right now - there might be other things that force me out of the bronco for now but if I stay the course Q3 of 22 will probably push me out
 

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If it gets pushed to '22 I'll likely wait 3-4 years until there are some incentives and interior improvements. I don't usually jump on a first model year like this, but I think the Bronco is special enough to justify it, but if I get mine a year after they come out I don't see the point. I can wait a few years. If there are significant improvements to the '22 I'd still consider it though.
 

CCBronco

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I’m glad to finally receive some type of communication from Ford. The timing is definitely suspect.

Can’t wait to read all the post later with a drink in hand! 🍻 🍿 😂
 

CDN Jen

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If I don't get mine by Spring 2022, I'm getting a Mustang convertible instead. Currently the plan is to get the Mustang a few years after the Bronco, but at this rate the Mustang may leapfrog the Bronco. I WILL have my open air experience next summer one way or another.
 
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Me too, but if everyone who thought they were getting a 21 are really getting a 22 - where does put us? 23? 24?
I'm actually probably "in to the end" with the caveat that if they start showing up on dealer lots before I get mine I'd bail. I'd ask Albert if they'd give me the same deal on something they've currently got sitting there.
 

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I'm driving a brand new Ford Ranger. 2020 with fx4. I'll be just fine. barely put 8k miles on it in 7 months.
 

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