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2022 Ford Trucks, Bronco Sport Gain New Accessory Discount Program

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With the chip shortage still in full swing, dealer stock for 2022 Ford trucks, plus the company’s crossovers and other utility vehicles, remains tight. As Ford Authority outlined this month, incentives for the 2022 Ford F-150 and 2022 Ford Ranger pickups are simply limited to two financing offers in the form of special interest rates. However, according to CarsDirect, a Ford dealer bulletin revealed that would-be buyers in certain U.S. cities will be able to purchase heavily discounted accessories for the aforementioned pickups, plus the 2022 Ford Bronco Sport.

Those who covet the 2022 Ford trucks or the Bronco Sport in Dallas, Houston, Kansas City, and Memphis could potentially benefit from the recently launched program, which runs from April 19th to July 5th, 2022. The incentive basically amounts to a discount on Ford accessories, so 2022 Ford F-150 and 2022 Ford Ranger buyers will get $1,000 off an item of their choosing, as long as it is purchased and installed no later than 30 days after the sale. 2022 Ford Bronco Sport buyers get $500 off a Ford accessory. In terms of specific models eligible for the program, only the F-150 Raptor is excluded, which means buyers have a lot of options and trims to choose from should they be in the market for any of these three specific vehicles.

As Ford Authority has extensively detailed, 2022 Ford trucks have received a fair number of new accessories recently, and the Ford Bronco Sport First Edition 17-inch wheels are now available too. 2022 Ford Ranger buyers can now purchase a skid plate kit if they don’t want the FX4 package but still want underbody protection for their trucks. Additionally, Ford Performance is now offering unique exhaust systems for 2022 Ford F-150 owners interested in getting a more unique sound from their pickups. These products are part of the company’s efforts to increase its accessory offerings, something that started in earnest with the launch of the 2021 Ford Bronco.

We’ll have more on 2022 Ford trucks and new incentive programs soon, so subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford Bronco Sport news, Ford F-150 news, Ford Ranger news, and continuous Ford news coverage.

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Ed owns a 1986 Ford Taurus LX, and he routinely daydreams about buying another one, a fantasy that may someday become a reality.

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Comments

  1. Rich Weber

    Is it possible to give updates on the progress of the builds at the Super Duty plant? I ordered a F250 Super Duty the first week of October. Thank you.

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  2. Scott

    I’d be interested in seeing a list or catalogue of available accessories.
    Maybe that was a dumb request. But I’ve searched online and can’t find
    any detailed information or price listings.
    …. I’ve been looking to buy a new F150 but I’ve noticed my XLT Fx4 is
    WAY over-priced.. new is $62,000. I like the STX but no power seats,
    Nav, sliding window, or even just heated seats?? Who would’ve ever
    thought a WT would turn out to be the only affordable version?

    Reply
  3. bdaniel230

    I notice they still aren’t offering any type of discount or incentive for the Maverick. Bronco Sport is the same basic unibody but the Maverick doesn’t get any type of accessory discount. Kinda chicken of Ford to leave us out of accessory discounts, especially when I spent $2000 on accessories when I bought my truck.

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