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Ford Bronco Discount Offers Non-Existent During April 2022

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Ford Bronco discount offers are non-existent during April 2022. The circumstance should come as no surprise given that the reborn Bronco has been in high demand and extremely limited in supply.

Ford Bronco Incentives

Many Bronco reservation holders have waited for months and, in some cases, as long as a year (or more) to get their Bronco, so Ford is (rightfully) focused on filling existing Bronco orders, as opposed to producing inventory units. That said, inventory units are becoming more readily available at dealers across the U.S.

No matter, given that the Bronco is a hot product in terms of interest and demand, The Blue Oval simply has no reason to incentivize or provide discounts for the model. In fact, we expect this to continue being the case so long as demand is outstripping supply in a significant way.

Ford Bronco Sport Pricing

For reference, here are the 2022 Ford Bronco trim levels and their corresponding starting MSRPs, including destination charges:

2022 Ford Bronco Two-Door

  • Base – $30,800
  • Big Bend – $35,285
  • Black Diamond – $37,950
  • Outer Banks – $40,855
  • Badlands – $44,495
  • WildTrak – $49,780

2022 Ford Bronco Four-Door

  • Base – $34,700
  • Big Bend – $37,380
  • Black Diamond – $40,045
  • Outer Banks – $42,950
  • Badlands – $46,590
  • WildTrak – $51,225
  • Everglades – $53,000
  • Raptor – $68,500

Disclaimers

  • Must take delivery from an authorized Ford dealer’s stock by April 30th, 2022, unless specified otherwise.
  • See dealer for details.
  • Incentive for the United States of America, unless otherwise specified.
  • Some customers may not qualify for these Ford Bronco discount offers.
  • Residency restrictions apply.
  • Ford discount offers might not be available with special finance, lease, and some other offers.

We strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information about the vehicles and their incentives in question, but errors and misprints can happen. In addition, the manufacturer can change incentive information at any time and without notice. Always consult with your dealer regarding color availability information before making purchase decisions. Ford Authority will not be held responsible for any misprints, typos or any other errors.

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Comments

  1. Victoria Hinze

    Can you tell me how I can find out how longer I will wait to get my Badlands Bronco? I put my deposit down in March of 2020!! My dealer is no help at all!
    Love your stories!

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    1. Jason E

      Hi Ms. Hinze, you should be able to log in to your account on Ford.com under My Account, select My Account after signing in, select Reservations and Orders, and click View for Details. Also, Ford emails both the customer and sales consultant in tandem the status of production, including when the order is received, when the Bronco enters production, when the Bronco is built and ready to ship, and any production delays.

      I work for a Ford dealer in Houston, TX, and so I can appreciate wanting to get updates on your Bronco. If I can be of any additional help, I will certainly try!

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      1. George Washburn

        Thanks for the guidance to Ms. Hinze as it was helpful for me as well. I just checked on Ford.com and it indicates I have an order for a 2022 Bronco and the order date listed is when my dealer originally ordered a 2021, which was 1/21/2021. I’m surprised a dealer would have taken Ms. Hinze’s deposit in March of 2020 given the Bronco hadn’t even been revealed yet. I’m wondering if she meant March of 2021?

        I put in my reservation on 7/14/20, the day after the world-wide Bronco reveal. I actually got through at Ford.com the night of the reveal but when I got to the final step in the reservation process it told me my dealer wasn’t taking part in the Bronco reservation program. I tried to switch to another dealer but the site locked up on me. The next day I was able to successfully reserve a Bronco at my original dealer choice.

        What frustrates me the most is that Ford said reservation date would be given the highest priority for production scheduling other things being equal. I’ve seen one or more people on Bronco6G who didn’t reserve their Broncos till 2021 and put in their orders last October and have already taken delivery of theirs. The one guy was complaining about how long he waited and he had a 4-door Badlands with a mic top, lux & towing packages (like me). Unlike me I think he also had the 2.7L engine and Sasquatch package (more high demand features) yet he got his scheduled months ago and I don’t have a production date yet. Ford obviously lied through their teeth about reservation date being given the highest priority other things being equal.

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  2. Cam

    Yikes! I ordered mine in October 2021, no deposit required, in production now.

    Reply
  3. NoBronco

    It may be time to start a class action lawsuit. How can Bronco Raptors be built without using up parts that should be allocated to Reservation holders?

    Reply
  4. Steve

    I made a reservation 7/06/21. Badlands non Sasquatch. Hard top, tow, lux, leather. My question is no follow up from anyone. Not one email. I am confirmed when I check my reservation number on ford website. Any idea of possible build date. Also if I cancel tow, change from lux to high package and go with MGV, would that make my build chances sooner.
    Thx for your help.

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