I agree, I want to know why Broncos built after mine have been delivered and dealers are getting stock vehicles so they can mark them up by 15K and mine is sitting on the mountain.I am fully aware its sitting on the mountain. What I cant figure out is why identical trucks built months after mine are getting delivered.
Any vehicle I order doesn't require payments until delivery and I sign the paperwork. That seems really unethical.
People can't get baby formula and you are whining and complaining because you can't get a Bronco? Yeah its frustrating but nobody is going to feel your pain. Okay we can't get political -- but its not my fault if you get my drift!Much like everyone else in the 1/24 build week, I have passed my Estimated Delivery Date. Dealer has absolutely no idea where it is.
Truck was 'produced' in January. Then our delivery dates went from February to May or June. Now its crickets. Still do not have a 'built' email.
Ford refuses to communicate with us. Emails, calls to the dealer, calls to the manufacturer etc. They will not tell you anything. It's a complete lottery for those receiving vehicles. Those emails from Ford a full year ago are lies. When your truck gets built has nothing to do with your reservation status.
You will either get your truck by chance, or it will sit on dirt mountain for months while identical models get built and shipped WELL after yours rolled off the line.
All of you guys getting excited with your emails just needs a heads up is all. Don't sell your car expecting it to come when FMC says it will.
They know you want the truck, they dont care when you get it.