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They’ve probably come to the realization that the first wave of us know more about the bronco than their “bronco specialists” ever will. This training is so they can seem knowledgeable for future buyers.
 

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I just see it as news. I wouldn't (like most things on here) read into it to much. You could be right but I wouldn't put much stock into it.

Dealer trainings like this have happened well after models are released in the past. No reason why this couldn't be the same. Especially since most dealers won't be selling off the lot until long after this training.
 

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We. Know. EVERYTHING!!! ;)

I was under the impression that first deliveries would be in June. Cutting it close of course but still would meet the first deliveries. And since dealer stock isn't expected until late 2021 it is "plenty of time".
Yeah, technically, they don't need to train dealerships until by 2022.
 

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That's optimistic. may-march 2021?? i thought the broncos were not being delivered until june 2021...

@Administrator front page love?
 

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I’m going to be optimistic here. There is the possibility that Ford wants their dealership employees familiarized with the Bronco for deliveries. Imagine showing up to pick up your order and the dealership salesman knows nothing about it and hasn’t seen one before. It’ll be nice if the salesperson can do an actual walkthrough (as they normally would do on the lot) with information that’s accurate and standardized by Ford.

...OR they’re training their dealership salespeople in March because the shipments are going to be delayed by 1 million years due to COVID and incompetence. That’s the pessimistic viewpoint.
 

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I would rather the Dealers get familiar with the Bronco prior to mine showing up on the back of a truck. I would hate to pick up my new Bronco with 25 miles on it and dirt in the wheel wells.......:mad:
 

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Was this on inford?? Or was this through elsewhere? I am a "Bronco Specialist" for my dealer...Would love to go...
 

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I would rather the Dealers get familiar with the Bronco prior to mine showing up on the back of a truck. I would hate to pick up my new Bronco with 25 miles on it and dirt in the wheel wells.......:mad:
severe dealer penalties for that i believe. i doubt they will. especially if it's @Granger Ford . they would prolly give it a good ole polish, wax and shine
 

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