To be fair, I believe the engine is actually pretty reliable. It's won some top 10 engine awards. The problem is it feels a little (or a lot depending who you are) under powered, that's all. Don't let your bias run too strong.My margarita blender is more powerful that that Penstar POS...and more reliable.
I know, I was joking more than anything, my wife has one in her Jeep GC. Stomping on that is a bit different than my truck. And I've been a Chrysler basher for almost 20 years, I hate their stuff.To be fair, I believe the engine is actually pretty reliable. It's won some top 10 engine awards. The problem is it feels a little (or a lot depending who you are) under powered, that's all. Don't let your bias run too strong.
One thing to consider is with a large number of orders is it's going to take them a while to fulfill them. Ford isn't going to send 500 to one dealer. Some of those customers may be getting theirs this time next year.Granger might only have a medium amount now, but come December, they are going to have a LOT of orders originating from their dealership.
https://www.bronco6g.com/forum/threads/easiest-way-for-non-ford-employee-to-qualify-for-x-plan.2342/Pardon my complete ignorance on this! But, how exactly does one do this? How can a regular old Kronk like me take advantage of the X Plan pricing?
Your confusing reservations for the Bronco with a production estimate for the new upcoming small Bronco Sport based pickup called the Maverick.
same i want to get in and drive each so i get what i want, dont want to make a purchase and regret not getting the v6 or a manual if i desire or color without see it in person before handThen there’s an unknown number of people like myself that are ‘Very’ interested in this vehicle but didn’t put in a reservation. I can wait to see how it all shakes out. For the amount of money I’m spending, I won’t do it without seeing one in real and comparing motors, options etc.
So even if the take rate is only 30% of the reservations, how big is the pool of non reservations?
Well, this is the very first time I have been wrong in my entire life.Your confusing reservations for the Bronco with a production estimate for the new upcoming small Bronco Sport based pickup called the Maverick.
Actually if they fixed the rear quarter panel windows it could look like a cross between a land rover and a range roverThe title of this thread is stating the obvious! That said, curious to see how all three models do. Not a fan of the bronco sport, but can see how others would find it appealing.
Sorry to see this happen to you, make sure you switch dealerships even if you have to cross state lines.Let's see how many reservations stick after the dealers start playing the dealer markup game. The dealer that has my reservation send me this crap.
"Anything that is limited edition we mark up $10,000 over MSRP. Across the board on every Ford we sell we ask $2,000 over MSRP.
Bob Wondries Ford
400 S Atlantic Blvd Alhambra Ca 91801
Not exactly a warm welcoming feeling. To me that reads, "now that we have your reservation we know you are stuck with us and plan to exploit that as much as possible". It seems that the salespeople are drunk with the influx of demand. Ford needs to be careful that this doesn't blow up in the face.