I think we could all see this one coming.
Ford tells dealers in a letter that the 2021 Bronco reservation system is on pause for an undetermined period of time.
But what’s being built in the us vs Mexico? Seriously… I’ve got no idea what’s being built where for the most part.No surprise, they have back logged people that reserved on the 1st day.
Its interesting that the American manufacturers plants seem to be having a big issue. But the Mexico manufacturing plant seems to be having no issues. Minus the chip issue all manufacturers claim to have.
Mexico is building mach E, bronco sport, and ofcourse tail end of the fusion and mkz.But what’s being built in the us vs Mexico? Seriously… I’ve got no idea what’s being built where for the most part.
if the bigger volume stuff is being built in the us it makes sense. Also the bronco top supplier screwing the pooch isn’t helping matters
I heard it was a poor design to begin with, poor engineering fit by Ford. Webasto jeep roofs are fine. Same manufacturing, different template. webasto was the fall guy.
I am stating it is completely Ford’s fault! I agree Ford look awful and weak in saying it was the supplier.Can't lay all the blame on the supplier. Ford willingly chose to do business with them, and the buck ultimately stops with them. Based on Ford's recent issues with major new product launches lately, they need to look in the mirror before pointing fingers.
Own the misstake and go above and beyond in making up for it with the customer. You look weak and pathetic deflecting the blame.
No doubt there’s a guy that ordered a Bronco and a 992 GT3(which a dealer told me is sold out for over 5 years).I still haven't heard any timetable for a solution.
I agree the bronco launch has been beyond F'd by Ford.
They really squandered the opportunity to remake a face for the brand. Being such a public debacle makes it even worse somehow.