I can’t see 75% conversation rate. Even Granger with its enthusiast base is sitting at 53%.Yes, you can expect a 2022 delivery. Dealers are guesstimating a 75%(ish) reservation to order rate. This is what a few dealers have put on different threads here. With 190,000 reservations, that will be about 145,000 orders at least.
I am starting to think that the designer responsible for the FE Navy Pier disaster is a relative of Ford and nobody wants to fire him/her. So instead, they got shuffled over to the Raptor team and now they are someone else's problem.Wow, I didn't realize.... That is blue...
Yes, you can expect a 2022 delivery. Dealers are guesstimating a 75%(ish) reservation to order rate. This is what a few dealers have put on different threads here. With 190,000 reservations, that will be about 145,000 orders at least.I know I’m late to the party but I reserved a Bronco last night. My dealership told me I’d be ordering a 22 model and delivery would most likely be late next year. Does that sound right? I know I know...COVID, microchips, blah blah, but waiting 1.5+ years? I was thinking it’d be at the end of this year at the latest.
I would. You can have the dealer post it as priority 99. Ford has requested that Dealers go ahead and convert as many reservations as possible, so that they can assist in their supply chain planning and manufacturing planning. This also helps dealers with regard to future allocations. You also as a customer have yourself in the system. You can always change your order as new options for MY22 come out.Should the OP go ahead and place an order now, even he chooses to defer to MY22 so he
won't loose his reservation?
I think that most dealers will take advantage of being able to sell 20% of their allocation from their lots. Especially those dealers selling below MSRP to those making reservations. They will easily sell Broncos from their lots for more $ than MSRP........Edit: If you're really looking for a Bronco and don't have a reservation at this point, but do have raptor money - your best bet may be to try and pick one up off the lot in 2021. Most dealers are only requiring $100 down to order so you know there's gonna be a lot of people who won't miss it and don't pick up the car. On top of that there's been a lot of talk about dealers placing their own orders and reselling (they're allowed to do that to 20% of their allocation without penalty).
However, if you're expecting the Bronco to be able to tow anything, that's a sore subject so don't ask about that on this forum.
Bingo!!!There was a lot wrong with the Raptor release. Beyond color choices. This didnt bring the fight to the TRX again. A piss poor response to what Ford could have done. And to those saying, "but the next version", that is pissing away their chance to deal with that magic in the bottle now. Anticipation for a vehicle is a powerful thing and shouldnt be wasted, much like they are doing a bit on the Bronco now.
The blue has been available since 19 on the Raptor. When I was buying an 18 Raptor, someone cancelled the day I came in to order mine because they found out the 19 would have blue interior. That was great for me because my salesman grabbed his allocation and put my spec into it.I am starting to think that the designer responsible for the FE Navy Pier disaster is a relative of Ford and nobody wants to fire him/her. So instead, they got shuffled over to the Raptor team and now they are someone else's problem.
And to the OP, if you were to order a BB 2.3 soft top non-squatch you may get one in early 22. Otherwise I would think Q3 22 is a realistic expectation.