I thought the same thing but realized that maybe adding the winch, led lightbar, tube doors etc. might push me back significantly as far as delivery date. I'd much rather get the Bronco quickly and add accessories as they become available.So the first part makes a lot of sense to me. I would not be happy with the answer about accessories. If my only option was to add them after I would probably go aftermarket, amazon, or eBay. Not for everyone but it works for me.
I don’t have a good answer for you. I have been told by a dealer we don’t have the DIO catalog yet so there is that. The cool thing is that if it’s a dealer installed option or accessory it should not delay it at all, you just might have to go back to the dealer later and have them installed. The factory installed (at least the ones on B&P) options might delay but I doubt it and especially with out a material hold or commodities warning (think late availability). The biggest thing I would look at is if you order it with the truck ford will pay the dealer install costs. If you do it after the fact you have to pay or install it yourself. If I was a betting man I would say if it’s in B&P it won’t affect your delivery timeline. If it’s a dealer one most of them will probably beat the Bronco to the dealership but there could be some stragglers.I thought the same thing but realized that maybe adding the winch, led lightbar, tube doors etc. might push me back significantly as far as delivery date. I'd much rather get the Bronco quickly and add accessories as they become available.
How are other dealers doing this? I'm worried my dealer will gouge me on accessories but I can always go elsewhere... the only problems are items like the underbody lighting kit which likely require hookups from the factory, so I don't want to get hit with huge installation costs.