2021 Ford Bronco launch delayed due to coronavirus – here's what reservation holders need to know

Deliveries won't start until next summer

Deliveries of the first 2021 Ford Broncos have been postponed from next spring to summer due to challenges posed to some parts suppliers by the coronavirus pandemic, the automaker has announced.

The all-new SUV was scheduled to begin hitting dealers in early June, but will now arrive at an unspecified time later in the summer.

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Ford is also moving the date the order book opens from Dec. 7 to mid-January and giving the over 165,000 current reservation holders until March 19 to finalize their orders, rather than the original deadline of Jan. 31.

Hardcore Bronco fans should also note that trucks equipped with a recently announced combination of an optional off-road Sasquatch package and manual-transmission won’t be available until the 2022 model year.

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