Local Dealer Claiming Bronco In-Stock!

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Those mannequins def fall under the FCTP (Ford Courtesy Transit Program).

Everything I've been told about the FCTP was that they need to stay on the lot for at least 2 months, or until they rack up at least 2000 (depending which comes first).

I was looking to buy a baby Bronco Sport for the wifey last December and they told us we had to wait 4 months or 4000 miles. We passed and bought another vehicle.


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Many dealers are doing this exact same thing. Some in my area are demos that need to reach 4K miles or six months before they can be sold. ( per dealership) . One local dealer is asking $71K for the demo once it is available. Then again, some of these could be vehicles ordered by salesman at dealerships, just like you and I ordered. The interesting thing is, on the Ford reservation web page, it states they will terminate any reservation if it is determine the reservation is involved in brokering. Lol
 

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Those mannequins def fall under the FCTP (Ford Courtesy Transit Program).

Everything I've been told about the FCTP was that they need to stay on the lot for at least 2 months, or until they rack up at least 2000 (depending which comes first).

I was looking to buy a baby Bronco Sport for the wifey last December and they told us we had to wait 4 months or 4000 miles. We passed and bought another vehicle.
My sister bought a Bronco Sport ,and while test driving it she was told it was a demo and not for sale. By the time they got back to the lot they agreed on a price and the Bad Land Sport was sold.
 

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Those mannequins def fall under the FCTP (Ford Courtesy Transit Program).

Everything I've been told about the FCTP was that they need to stay on the lot for at least 2 months, or until they rack up at least 2000 (depending which comes first).

I was looking to buy a baby Bronco Sport for the wifey last December and they told us we had to wait 4 months or 4000 miles. We passed and bought another vehicle.
I ran the window sticker. This is an FCTP unit, it was built in May. The rule for Bronco is 6 months in service, there is no mileage minimum or maximum, it's 6 months.

If they sell this car before 6 months, they would regret it.
 

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locally i have seen quite a few dealers who show broncos in stock on their websites, but they are not in stock. allegedly, they are projected stock. which they have not taken possession of. perhaps if an order was cancelled while in production a dealer might get it, and have it on the lot now, but don't get your hopes up...
 

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Those mannequins def fall under the FCTP (Ford Courtesy Transit Program).

Everything I've been told about the FCTP was that they need to stay on the lot for at least 2 months, or until they rack up at least 2000 (depending which comes first).

I was looking to buy a baby Bronco Sport for the wifey last December and they told us we had to wait 4 months or 4000 miles. We passed and bought another vehicle.
I attempted to go test drive one earlier and was told “the owner is testing it for the weekend.” Lol
 

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Just go on Cargurus.com in your area. Several broncos in transit to dealers near me that are listed for sale. VIN's check out and everything. One dealer is listing an FE with a 3k markup, Port Orchard Ford in Washington.
 

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What do delay-off headlights, an outside temperature display, or power windows have to do with fit and finish?
 

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My local dealer is claiming to have a Bronco In-Stock… apparently it won’t be on the lot long!!!

curious as to how long until it is on the lot 😂

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Is not for sale until JAN 2022
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