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Just ordered a 6 speed wrangler unlimited rubicon tonight.
Probably won’t help many, but my res I’ll be cancelling is late October. Good luck to all! I’ll still be keeping an eye on the bronco
 

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I got a 21 X5 instead because it was barely more than an FE and magnitudes nicer.
 

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My reservation was on 7-14 and canceled about a month ago. My lease on my Hellcat was up and I could only extend for 3 months with Dodge. Still left me with a 3-4 month gap. I was close to buying a Jeep Rubicon. I had the one I liked, the right price then I remembered that I am almost 50 now and comfort and ride mean a lot in a day to day vehicle. Went with an 2021 Audi SQ5 and now about to throw a little tune on it.

I really like the Bronco and it will be on my list to buy in 3 years. Good luck to everyone that gets theirs this year.
 

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Just cancelled my 7/17 reservation. Keeping my October Granger reservation for a 2022 Mansquatch For now
I'm curious why you did this? You could have kept your 7/17 reservation, moved it to Granger and ordered Mansquatch. Your order would be on hold until Ford starts building the Mansquatch, but you would be closer to the front of the Mansquatch line than you will be with your October reservation.
 

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I never wanted to off-road like that so it works out.

I did want to tow my boat so it still works out. :)

Silly me when I ordered I thought the 65k Bronco would be useful past off-roading. I was wrong.
The X5 definitely seems much better for your use case. I never held any delusions that it would tow over 3500lbs. Just a friendly jab, lol. I'm sure my in-laws will wish I had bought an X5 and never ride in my Bronco, but... is that so bad? ;)
 

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i think i'm a unique one when it comes to cancelling my reservation, being that with working from home the last 10 months, most likely working from home for the next year, replacing our second car with another car we won't be driving doesn't financially make sense. we have put funds into making our back yard more functional for the spring/summer/fall time and getting some house work done instead. maybe next year when things are closer to normal and we are driving around more often and able to go on adventures, then i'll start looking at the bronco again. until then. it's on the back burner.
 

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cancelled my 7/16 resv ( WT + High Pkg) ...hopefully will open up capacity and materials for those of you in MY21...will keep my 2022 resv with Granger...waiting for those white tops.
 

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i think i'm a unique one when it comes to cancelling my reservation, being that with working from home the last 10 months, most likely working from home for the next year, replacing our second car with another car we won't be driving doesn't financially make sense. we have put funds into making our back yard more functional for the spring/summer/fall time and getting some house work done instead. maybe next year when things are closer to normal and we are driving around more often and able to go on adventures, then i'll start looking at the bronco again. until then. it's on the back burner.
I’m barely driving at all now as well. But the bronco isn’t a commuter tool, it’s a weekend tool!
 

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