The Ford Bronco Sport is just hitting dealerships this week, but we’re still months away from seeing the 2021 Ford Bronco in the flesh. That is, except for folks in certain parts of California and Arizona, who will get their chance to scope out these new models this coming weekend, according to Bronco Nation.
The first stop for the 2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport is Mammoth Lakes, California, where the new models will be on display for the very first time in the Golden State. Both the Ford Bronco Overland Concept and Bronco Sport Off-Roadeo Adventure Patrol Vehicle will be available for viewing by the public at The Village at Mammoth.
Ford will have a booth set up with both vehicles on December 4th-6th from 8 am to 8 pm, as well as a kiosk where the public can sign up to receive more information about the Bronco and take home some free goodies. Even better, admission is free.
The next stop for the Bronco family will be Scottsdale, Arizona at the International Off-Road and UTV Expo at Westworld of Scottsdale. A trio of Broncos will be on display from December 4th-6th from 4-8 pm, 9 am – 6 pm, and 9 am – 4 pm, respectively, including the Bronco Outer Banks Fishing Rig Concept, Bronco Trail Rig Concept, and the Bronco Sport Badlands Trail Rig Concept.
The Bronco display at this particular event is one of the few that won’t be operated by official Ford representatives. Instead, it will be run by a local Blue Oval dealership, as this is a sponsored event. Regardless, it’s a great chance for fans to get an up-close-and-personal look at the Outer Banks Fishing Rig concept in particular, which hasn’t been on public display very often since it was revealed.
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It would be great if there was a “course” whereby visitors could drive the little three cylinder through the course, then try it with the little 4 banger. There is nothing like a test drive to cement what you’d like. As these vehicles have never been on the market, with out a drive, you’re guessing. I know there are those that’ll say, “Go drive a Ranger, or a focus etc.”, that would be like eating a hamburger in order to make a judgement about a steak, “ain’t nothing like the real thing”.
We had no Auto Shows this year due to #19 What about holding events in the other 48 States that hasn’t seen the Bronco twins in person
Of course I am talking about the made in Mexico bronco sport, evidently they are actually being produced, thus, some dealers may be in a position to have test drives-in the free states, where things have returned to somewhat normal. Of course there are Zero production broncos, as none have been produced, and won’t be produced to at least another six months. With this in mind, I hope no one reading my post would think I expected a test drive in a vehicle that has not been produced! The legion of Fan Boys for a vehicle that has never been produced- is hilarious! Those ordering a new bronco are buying a pig in a poke, not one of them has ever driven, sat in, or even seen a Production Bronco-this is a group you could sell almost anything to, as long as you had a good hype generator. I stand by a test drive prior me buying anything, I’d like to add, I’ve purchase a lot of vehicles, all came with a test drive, and inspection, this will not change.
Florida is the Sunshine State, not California