The Ford Bronco will no longer be available through online reservations, according to the Detroit Free Press citing an announcement to dealers. “The decision to pause reservations is due to the high number of Bronco 2- and 4-door model orders and current commodity constraints,” a section of the memo to dealers said.
Ford is specifically calling this a “pause” in taking online reservations rather than a complete end to the program.
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