Not sure I follow. Ford revealed the Mach-E in Nov 2019 and started delivering in Dec 2020 (during a pandemic). Bronco was revealed July 2020 and, yes, they originally indicated it would be in production by now (technically it is, just limited). But again, this is during a pandemic, a major microchip shortage and a parts shortage. It's only been one year since the Bronco was revealed. Considering everything that's going on, these delays are not a surprise, nor are they exclusive to Ford. Just look at Rivian. We're coming up on three years this November since they revealed. These are some unprecendanted times and these companies, not just the auto manufactures but ALL their supply partners, need to and have been making adjustments. Seems only fair to expect the consumers to also adjust accordingly.But where are the Broncos??? Ford is the same as it ever was, one step forward 3 steps backwards.
Broncos have started to arrive at some dealers.But where are the Broncos??? Ford is the same as it ever was, one step forward 3 steps backwards.