Bronco Vehicle Order Holder Frequently Asked Questions 

Contents

Ordering and Next Steps
2022 Model Year (MY) Bronco Options & Feature Updates
2022 MY Pricing
2022 MY Pricing for Customers Who Placed a Reservation or an Order Prior to March 19, 2021
2022 MY Pricing for Customers Who Placed a Reservation After March 19, 2021, or Placed an Order Without a Reservation After March 19, 2021

Ordering and Next Steps

I have a Bronco reservation but have not converted it to an order yet, what steps do I take to convert my reservation?

In an effort to continue prioritizing the orders we already have, we are pausing new retail orders of the 2022 model year Bronco after March 7, 2022. While there are no guarantees, make sure to convert your reservation to an order before then for the chance to get a 2022 model-year Bronco. If you want to continue to wait for 2023 MY options, like the painted roof, reservations will remain and carry over to 2023.

Why did Ford shut off retail orders for 2022 MY Broncos after March 7, 2022?

Due to the high demand, we are temporarily pausing new retail orders for Bronco vehicles, so we can prioritize existing order holders. We want you to know this is a temporary pause and our plan is to kick off ordering for the 2023 MY Bronco starting later this year. We are taking this action to help build more of your existing orders.

What’s the reason behind the latest backlog of Broncos at the lot near Willow Run Airport? Is it all chip-related? If so, any particular function?

This is chip-related. The global semiconductor shortage continues to affect Ford’s North American plants along with automakers and other industries around the world. Behind the scenes, our teams have been working on how to maximize production, with a continued commitment to building every high-demand vehicle for our customers with the quality they expect. Our goal is to have all vehicles updated in the next 90 days, pending chip availability. 

Can I update my order after the order bank is closed?

Yes, you can update your order up until your Bronco gets scheduled for production. Changing your series, equipment package, number of doors, or 4x4 system will cause your order to update with new mid-year price levels.

What importance do reservation time stamps have for 2022 MY scheduling?

All Bronco orders will continue to be prioritized according to the time they were reserved, vehicle model and configuration selected, part availability, and the number of vehicles your dealer receives.

Why did Ford remove paint protection from 2022 MY Bronco orders?

In an effort to increase the chances of more Bronco orders being built in 2022, we are removing paint protection film from all orders except for the 2022 Bronco Wildtrak series.

If you still want paint protection film, reach out to your dealer about getting the dealer-installed paint protection film available from our Bronco Accessory catalog. Note: Installation is an additional cost. Please see your dealer for details. Otherwise, no action is needed from you at this time. Your order and pricing will be automatically adjusted down by $295 to reflect this update.

How long on average do you expect Broncos affected by the global semiconductor shortage to sit before production is finished and they are delivered?

Broncos are being updated and shipped daily. Our goal is to have all of them updated in the next 90 days, pending chip availability.

 What can I do to get my order built sooner? 

As we have previously shared, the Mold in Color (MIC) hardtop also continues to be constrained.  To give your order a better chance of being built in 2022 model year, we recommend you switch to a soft top.

Can I place an order for a Bronco vehicle if I do not have a reservation?

Yes, the last day to do this was March 7th, 2022. 

What is being done by Ford to manage the timing and production of the Bronco?

We are doing everything possible to ensure quality as we roll out the new Ford Bronco vehicle. To thank customers for your patience, we have also provided numerous customer satisfaction actions. These efforts have included:

  • Investing in Bronco parts supply chain, including the increased capacity of high-demand parts
  • Offering Price Protection on Manufactured Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) through 2023 MY for all reservation and order holders as of March 19, 2021
  • Providing up to $1,100 worth of FordPass Rewards points (eligibility based on customer’s order as of March 19, 2021) to use towards accessory purchases, like the fold-out tray table, door bags, roof racks, or some off-road lights. The full Bronco accessory catalog can be viewed on the Ford Accessories website.
  • Including no-charge sound deadening headliner roof material on all molded-in-color hardtops from the factory through 2022 MY
  • Offering free hardtop prep kits for all Bronco four-door vehicles equipped with soft top beginning with September 2021 production

What can I do if I cannot agree to a selling price with my dealer?

Dealers are independent franchises. The final price a customer will pay for any vehicle is agreed between themselves and a dealer that is at, below, or above MSRP. We recommend that all customers agree to a selling price with your dealer when an order is placed via a signed purchase agreement. If you have any further questions, please contact a member of our Bronco Support Team at 800-334-4375.

Who can I contact with questions besides my dealer?

Your dealer should be your primary contact for ordering information and delivery timing. If you have any further questions, please contact a member of our Bronco Support Team at 800-334-4375.

2022 MY Bronco Options & Feature Updates

What are the most notable updates for the 2022.5 MY?

As part of the model-year update, we are introducing the Everglades, Raptor, and the HOSS 3.0 package on Wildtrak.

What content is in the new HOSS 3.0 Package for Wildtrak?

Highlights of this new package include:

  • FOX 2.5-inch Internal Bypass Dampers
  • Upgraded steering rack from Bronco Raptor
  • Upgraded tie rods
  • Rear stabilizer bar
  • Powder-coated front bumper with tow hooks
  • Steel front bash plate  

Will existing order holders be able to order the new 2022.5 MY Bronco options?

Bronco special editions, like other Ford specialty vehicles, are produced in lower numbers annually. We are not able to guarantee availability for all existing order holders. That being said, the chance to order Everglades and HOSS 3.0 Package will be exclusively available to unscheduled order holders.

When will the new Bronco options for 2022.5 be available?

Deliveries for special edition Bronco vehicles (like the Bronco Raptor, Everglades, and Wildtrak with HOSS 3.0) start this summer.  

I was fortunate enough to receive the opportunity to order a Bronco Raptor, and I would like to change the dealer I purchased the vehicle from. Can I make that change?

Because this is a limited production vehicle, we are not allowing for dealer change on the Bronco Raptor.

How much will adding the HOSS 3.0 package change my pricing?

Adding the HOSS 3.0 package to an existing Wildtrak order will add $2,515 MSRP. It is a simple feature and does not trigger a change in series, equipment package, number of doors, or 4x4 system.

How can I get a Bronco Everglades or the Wildtrak with HOSS 3.0 Package?

For the 2022 model year, all Bronco Everglades and HOSS 3.0 packages will go to existing unscheduled order holders. If you would like a chance at one these new models, make sure you have an unscheduled order prior to March 7, 2022. Starting on March 9, 2022, see your dealer to update your existing order to one of these new models. 

2022 MY Pricing

Why are there price increases for the 2022 MY?

Prices change year-to-year to reflect market realities across all vehicle lines. For reservation holders and order holders as of March 19, 2021, we will price protect the 2021 MY MSRP pricing for a similarly equipped 2022 or 2023 MY Bronco.

Who qualifies for the Bronco Price Protection Program?

If you placed an order or reservation prior to March 19, 2021, you qualify for price protection. If you are not part of this program, make sure your order in the system is accurate, as changing your series, equipment package, number of doors, or 4x4 system after March 7, 2022, may result in increased vehicle prices. See below for more detail.

What qualifies as a series, equipment package, number of doors, or 4x4 system change?

An example of a series change would be going from Badlands to Big Bend. An equipment package refers to base, mid, high, or lux package. A door change would mean going from a four-door to two-door and vice versa. A 4x4 system change means changing the standard 4x4 system to or from the advanced 4x4 system.

Will the 2022 MY Bronco two- and four-door offer AXZD Plan pricing?

Bronco will offer AZD (A = Employee, Z = Ford Retiree, D = Dealer) Plan pricing for all series excluding Bronco Raptor. X-Plan (X = Friends & Family) will NOT be offered on any Bronco two- or four-door models for the 2022 MY.

2022 MY Pricing for Customers Who Placed a Reservation or an Order Prior to March 19, 2021

What does price protection mean?

Ford will honor 2021 MY MSRP pricing if you had a reservation or order as of March 19, 2021. Your dealer will be issued a certificate for a similarly equipped vehicle that covers the pricing difference from 2021 MY to 2022 MY for the selected series and door configuration you reserved or ordered as of October 1, 2021. Final transaction details, including price, will be agreed upon by you and the dealer.

In order for you to receive this price protection, your dealership will need to search for and apply the certificate at the time you take delivery of your Bronco. You will not receive an email with the discount certificate. Final transaction details, including price, will be agreed upon by you and the dealer.

What are the new 2022 MY MSRP price protection amounts for customers who placed an order prior to March 19, 2021?

 

Bronco two-door

Bronco four-door

Base

$2,300

$1,500

Big Bend

$1,900

$1,500

Black Diamond

$2,475

$2,075

Outer Banks

$1,900

$1,500

Wildtrak

$2,800

$2,445

Badlands

$2,975

$2,575

Why is there no price protection for features and options listed?

Price increases for 2022 MY were limited to series and door type.

How does the Bronco Price Protection program work?

If you ordered or reserved a Bronco prior to March 19, 2021, you will qualify for the price protection amount of a similarly equipped vehicle, based on the selected series and door configuration you reserved or ordered on or before October 1, 2021. This pricing adjustment will take place at the time of delivery through your dealer. As a reminder, the final selling price is based on the buyer’s agreement with your selected dealer. In order for you to receive this price protection, your dealer will need to search for and apply the certificate at the time you take delivery of your Bronco.  You will not receive an email with the discount certificate. Final transaction details, including price, are between you and the dealer.

Will changing my order after March 7, 2022, affect my price protection amount?

For customers with an order or reservation on or before March 19, 2021, you are able to apply your certificate to a different series for the 2022 and 2023 MYs. However, your certificate amount will reflect the series you ordered or reserved on or before October 1, 2021. Changing your series, equipment package, number of doors, or 4x4 system after March 7, 2022, will cause your order to update with new mid-year price levels. See your dealer for further details on changing your order after the March 7, 2022, cutoff. If your vehicle is not built in the 2022 MY, price protection will carry over to the 2023 MY. Final transaction details, including price, will be agreed upon by you and the dealer. 

Does price protection apply to Bronco special editions?

No. The Bronco Price Protection Program only applies to customers and the series offerings on or before March 19, 2021. Price protection will not apply if switching to a Raptor or Everglades.

2022 MY Pricing for Customers Who Placed a Reservation After March 19, 2021, or Placed an Order Without a Reservation After March 19, 2021

What does it mean if I placed a reservation after March 19, 2021, or placed an order without a reservation after March 19, 2021?

If you fall into either of these categories, it means that you do not qualify for the Bronco Price Protection Program. The cutoff for that program was placing an order or reservation on or before March 19, 2021.

I have placed an order, will this mid-year price increase affect my pricing?

If you do not change your order after March 7, 2022, and take delivery of your 2022 MY Bronco, your order qualifies for retail order price protection. This protects the MSRP of the vehicle at the time the 2022 order was received by Ford. Final transaction details, including price, will be agreed upon by you and the dealer.

I have an unconverted reservation that was placed after March 19, 2021. Will price increases affect me?

If you convert by March 7, 2022, your order will reflect the initial 2022 MY pricing. If you convert your reservation after March 7, 2022, your order will reflect the most current pricing. Final transaction details, including price, will be agreed upon by you and the dealer.

Will changing my order after March 7, 2022, affect my Bronco's price?

Changing your series, equipment package, the number of doors, or 4x4 system will cause your order to reflect new mid-year price levels. Make sure your order is configured properly prior to the March 7, 2022 cut-off. If your vehicle is not built in the 2022 MY, your new 2023 order will reflect 2023 MY price levels. Final transaction details, including price, will be agreed upon by you and the dealer.

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