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Weren't the words from Ford to the dealers that "the cutoff for determining allocation for MY21 was 18 SEP" rather than anything after that day was an MY22?

I am having trouble equating allocation, maybe it is actually allocation rate(?), and MY.

Don't feel that we have gotten a fabulous and full description of that from any of our dealer reps.

Others may understand differently than I do. Out at least they will have a stronger desire to express their opinion.
Yes but this site everything is spewed 10 ways to Sunday. Also any reasonable math would dictate that late of a reservation was a MY22 anyways and it's actually worse now with the 2nd delay. I played both ends of the dates.i have an early 7/14 and a 10/30. At this point in leaning towards nuking the first one because I will have a delay order anyways I dont want a 21 showing up in Nov rather take a MY22 with addressed changes.
 

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Hey Guys,

Just a thought......but with Ford being overwhelmed with Bronco demand, pushing dates back, Covid supplier related issues........ doesn’t a December timeframe seem more than aggressive to complete 2021 reserved orders and dealer allocation for lots?

That being said with all of the options being added for 2022 I wish we could choose to push our reservations to the head of the production for 2022 if we want to take advantage of those options........


Just a thought and hope I guess.....
2021 production is just for orders that get pulled in 2021. Having a reservation doesn’t mean you’re getting a ‘21. In fact, many would say that if your res is after week 1 you’re probably getting a ‘22.

That’s why so many here are picking options that Ford has announced as late availability, or have made second reservations — to push their order into the ‘22 MY.

Res production will definitely go into ‘22 MY
 

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2021 production is just for orders that get pulled in 2021. Having a reservation doesn’t mean you’re getting a ‘21. In fact, many would say that if your res is after week 1 you’re probably getting a ‘22.

That’s why so many here are picking options that Ford has announced as late availability, or have made second reservations — to push their order into the ‘22 MY.

Res production will definitely go into ‘22 MY
 

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Ok... when will b&p be updated?
 

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My apologies for not reading all of this thread. And yes I did google this prior to asking. And I did find answers, just not sure they are correct in this context.

what does FCTP and CRM stand for?
 

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Looking at the area under the curve of reservations. It looks like 60-70% of all reservations came in between 7/13 and 7/15. It was just a slow trickle after that.

in other words, I’d wager there were 100,000 reservations by the end of the day 7/15. I doubt Ford can start up a new production line (shared with the Ranger) and crank out more than 100,000 Broncos in 6 months.

Does anyone know the production capacity of MAP? How many Rangers have to come out of there?
Which data set and curve are you referencing?

I understand your analysis and would like to see the data. Particularly because I’m a 7/16 reservation myself ?
 

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Which data set and curve are you referencing?

I understand your analysis and would like to see the data. Particularly because I’m a 7/16 reservation myself ?
From this little dataset compiled on the RESERVATIONS tab - it seems like the lion's share are on 7/13 or 7/14. I was morning of 7/14.
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Hope to test drive this as soon as posible to finally make my decision.
 

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What’s funny about this? Is it because next years models are usually out by October?
The word "BY" is funny because of Mike Levine teaching us one of its meanings.
 
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