"It's the age of entitlement, the age of entitlement..." (sung to the tune of Age of Aquarius)Yeah for an antiquated vehicle. If people cannot wait a short while (in the scheme of things) then go to Jeep. People need to quit crying - the build and price will be out ahead of ordering, which is itself six months ahead of earliest delivery. It is a shame it will take this long, but come on first world problems.
Well, this is good. Will be less incentive for Ford dealers to charge ADM. lolWait rubicons are now 0-72?
I think they could at least commit to the ADM, x-plan, fees, add on stuff, and unwanted dealer installed bloat options. Could someone come up with a list that people can take to their dealer and get a commitment? Of course it wouldn't be binding, but it might be something to compare them against each other.Well, I guess some local dealers better decide how they are going to do business before the deadline to switch dealers gets here if pricing is coming out after October 31st.
It’s not true. At least not yet.Well, this is good. Will be less incentive for Ford dealers to charge ADM. lol
honestly, after seeing the Bronco unveil I can’t see following through with my Rubi order that I placed back in June. Regardless of what incentives they throw at me. I gotta wait this Bronco out.
Seems like this could easily happen. Since they can't raise prices for individual trim levels. A la Carte is where they can really get ya. But maybe that means they will offer things we want on all trim levels, albeit raping you on price.Ford is probably trying figure out how much they can price the packages at so they can gouge us for all they can get away with.
You know, turn a $42k outer banks into a $70k vehicle once its fully loaded. Then when you complain about the price they can say "hey, you should have gotten a limited edition. You could have had it fully loaded and gotten a discount"
maybe they are listening to us, and making changes to the options so we can get what we really want, not what they thought we wanted
Tough sledding. Really good Ford has thought this one outSo how the Hell can i make changes to my reservation by October 31st if the price configuration isn't up until December? I reserved a Base in hoping the Sasquatch package is affordable. If the Sasquatch package is way too much then I want the Black Diamond.
You're all set sir. Good thing you didn't upgrade to the automatic. That and the 6 engine will be an additional 7kI am good, because I am getting the base 2-door with nothing on it. I already know the price.
I expect a huge Jeep sale event because of the Ford delay.Meanwhile, over at Jeep they will pop out another 250,000 wranglers and laugh their tails off at the bully who told them they were dead meat when school lets out.
Can't change trim prices, but ala carte is French for you're gonna get raped on pricing that wasn't already set.If they try to inflate prices just because initial demand is so high, Ford will have lost a customer for at least a year or so until prices go down.
Bad idea. If they want to go for Jeep’s jugular then prices need to be competitive
I don't know if we should laugh or cry.You know, the sad thing here is that the Bronco Sport was revealed the same day as the Bronco and has had a build & price up for weeks now.
*Wakes up from Sunday afternoon nap*
"Let me see if anything interesting is on Bronco6G"
I'm former Ford corporate. What a screw up. Hey Ford, we believe you now. sure and the earth is flat too.They could have put that in a mother fing press release instead of having us ask. So they want us to decide on a dealer before December. And basically give us a matter of days to build our Bronco and place the order with the dealer. That's bull Ford.