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News 2021 Ford Bronco Reservations Will Open On July 13th Reveal Date

2021 Ford Bronco Reservations Will Open On July 13th Reveal Date

The official reveal date for the all-new 2021 Ford Bronco coincides with reservations becoming available.


  • The “cost” of a reservation will be $100.

  • Orders won’t be placed until December of 2020.

  • Both 2- and 4-door versions will be available for reservations.


We’ve been talking about the hotly-anticipated Ford Bronco revival for what seems like years now. In fact, it’s been more than two years since talks about the Bronco’s returns have turned serious. Most recently, Ford had intended to launch the truck on July 9th but that date brought with it some unwanted issues and so the new Bronco’s official reveal date has moved on the 13th of July. This will also be the day that enthusiasts will be able to put their names down on the waitlist.

Ford Bronco Reveal Date Pushed Back To July 13th

According to the bronco6g.com forums, they’ve managed to confirm that reservations for the “bigger” body-on-frame Bronco (the grey one below), in both 2- and 4-door body styles, will go live at the same time as the truck hits the digital stage. The required deposit amount will be of only $100, like the Tesla Cybertruck, unlike the Ford Mustang Mach-E at $500. The process will require the person making the reservation to select a dealership. This will be only the beginning.

2021 Ford Bronco And Bronco Sport Pictures Leak Online

The reservations will become orders in December or thereabouts, and deliveries should start next April. For the time being, pricing for the new 2021 Ford Bronco remains unknown.

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