DETROIT, Michigan (NV) – Due to many production problems and too many online orders at the same time, Ford Motor Co. today decided to stop accepting online orders for Bronco cars to be delivered to dealers, according to the Detroit Free Press on Monday, August 30.
Last week, Ford sent a letter to dealers, titled “Special Announcement,” to announce that the company was no longer accepting online orders for Bronco vehicles.
Ford announced it had to take this measure because of the high volume of orders for Bronco cars, both for two and four-door models, and due to current shortages of materials.
Ford now wants customers to visit dealers in person so that they can help them order a car, let them know when they can receive the car, as well as explain the equipment on the car. According to the company, vehicles ordered now can only be delivered in 2022.
Currently, only the Mustang Mach-E and the Ford F-150 Lightning electric pickup truck are still available for online orders.
Ford dealers say customers can order any Bronco model the company makes, but due to material problems, some models will be produced more quickly at the plant. of Ford in Wayne, Michigan.
According to Ford dealers, all 2021 Bronco cars are now sold out. Vehicles ordered today will only be able to deliver in 2022 or 2023. (V. Giang)
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