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News 2021 Ford Bronco Available For Order From January 20th

2021 Ford Bronco Available For Order From January 20th

The highly-anticipated Ford Bronco will finally hit the assembly lines following COVID-related delays


  • There are more than 190,000 reservation holders for the new Bronco.

  • They have from January 20th to March 19th to place their order.

  • Deliveries should begin in the summer.


If you are one of the 190,000+ reservation holders for an all-new 2021 Ford Bronco, you will very soon face the task of building your dream GOAT online. Indeed, as of January 20th, order banks for the Bronco finally open up.

Be advised that, if you are a holder, you have until March 19th to complete your order. If you are waiting to see one in a Ford showroom before finalizing your specifications, know that your local Ford dealer will not have one on hand to show off. According to Ford Authority, the Blue Oval will focus on filling out the orders ASAP in order for them to receive their 2021 model year vehicle.

2021 Ford Bronco Four-Door Roof Animation
2021 Ford Bronco Four-Door | Photo: Ford

The caveat to this “rule” is that not all features and trims will be obtainable immediately. For example, the Sasquatch Package paired with Ford’s new 7-speed manual transmission and the optional Shadow Black-painted hardtop won’t be available until later this year and possibly not until the 2022 model year.

Come May, customers will get a clearer idea about their actual delivery timing for their new Bronco.

2021 Ford Bronco Four-Door | Photo: Ford

2021 Ford Bronco Two-Door | Photo: Ford

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