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2023 Ford Bronco Order Bank Reopening Details Revealed

Mired in supply chain constraints and tremendous demand, the sixth-generation Ford Bronco has proven to be an elusive score over the past few years, following its launch. Production has picked up, however and FoMoCo is working to clean the proverbial slate in the 2023 model year, though ultimately, at least some retail orders likely won’t be filled due to various constraints. However, as Ford Authority reported back in January, 2023 Ford Bronco order banks will soon open up to new customers after they were initially only available to carryover reservation/order holders. Now, sources familiar with the matter have provided details regarding the reopening of customer order banks to Ford Authority.

2023 Ford Bronco retail order banks will reopen on March 27th, though it is worth noting that The Blue Oval isn’t currently planning to provide any sort of price protection or model year transition offers for customer orders taken for the 2023 model year that ultimately wind up not being built. Since the Bronco remains in high demand, it’s also likely that retail order banks won’t stay open for very long, either.

As one might imagine, there are several trim levels and options that customers won’t be able to order, however. This includes the Base model and the Everglades in terms of trims, as well as the seven-speed manual transmission and optional Badlands wheels. These optional wheels are the 17-inch black high-gloss painted aluminum units that come equipped with a Carbonized Gray beauty ring and are typically available for an extra cost of $995.

Customers will be able to place orders for Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, Badlands, Wildtrak, and Heritage Edition trims. Both the Bronco Raptor and Heritage Limited will continue to be handled through a separate allocation process, however.

We’ll have more on the 2023 Bronco soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Bronco news and ongoing Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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Comments

  1. David Dickinson II

    I’ll be interested to see how Bronco sells going forward. It was born during a pandemic when everyone wanted to get outside and had money to spend. Now, I see Broncos sitting on dealers lots, people have less money, and Ford’s quality challenges are well known.

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    1. RS SHERWIN

      I FOR ONE ,, WILL NOT PAY EXTORTION PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN FORD DEALERSHIPS B.S. MARK – UPS !! I CAN WAIT AWHILE AS THESE PIRATES GET SUNK .. REMEMBER ,, H.D. DEALERS MISUSED THERE CUSTOMEERS & LOOK WHERE ARE THEY TODAY > ABOUT GONE .. F.M.C. BEWARE

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      1. RWFA

        Looks like grandpa got polydent on his caps lock button again.

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  2. Richard Griffith

    Gotta love it. I’ve been waiting since 2/5/21 for my Wildtrak and still don’t even have a VIN# because of “supply constraints”, but sure let’s open up orders again so another few thousand people can run around me. BS

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    1. Scott B

      I hear you. Had my order in the queue and got railroaded by the dealer at the end of January because Ford asked for order respec if we ordered any of the “four sins” – Wildtrak, Sasquatch, MIC tops, or LUX. My order had all four.

      Told Ford I wasn’t cancelling my order and expect them to honor it. Meantime another Ford dealer called me offering an Outer Banks for $15000 above sticker. Total racket.

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      1. Shannon

        You can find out the status of your order and file a product or dealer complaint be calling Ford Customer Relations dept at 800-392-3673

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    2. J. Gleason

      I’m in the same boat, my 2 door Race Red Heritage Edition has been on order since then too. I heard the guy on TOMBALL FORD Blog that Ford is only making 10% of their entire production as 2 DOORS. WTF?

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      1. Shannon

        You can find out the status of your order and file a product or dealer complaint be calling Ford Customer Relations dept at 800-392-3673

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  3. Dottie

    I have been trying to get a 2dr base which i now cant order I refuse to pay markup so ill get a honda or a Toyota.Ford is continuing to introduce price increases for a brand that tends to not last as long as the car note so i have never owned a ford. I thought about switching over but i dont have a car and can no longer wait to get one so bye bye ford

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    1. RWFA

      Cool story dudette. Sounds legit. LoL.

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  4. GaryB

    in 2021, a 2 door base in velocity blue with manual transmission, sasquatch package (when it was finally available in build and price), and the auxiliary switches was $35,000. Less than two years later, as of 3/22/23, the same configuration shows up on the build and price as $45,000. the 2023’s have had 3 price increases already.
    In less than 2 years, price has gone up almost 30%. has anyone elses pay gone up 30%? besides the city folk that can job hop every few years, more and more buyers (rural) are going to find themselves unable to afford the vehicle they ordered years ago. especially with price protection ending. que another 15k broncos sitting at dealer lots with thousands of dollars of markups on top of the inflated prices. i feel for every single reservation holder out there that is still waiting. it took 960 days between my initial deposit and when the keys hit my hand. i hope the rest of you are able to get that relief this year.

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  5. Robert Schatz

    I love Ford like an old friend that I have been waiting for since February 17 2021 to show up to my house. I think Ford needs to change their way of thinking, back to their forefathers, Henry Ford who would have never stood for the delays and buyout shortages. Let’s hope Ford puts some management in place that sees his vision.

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    1. RWFA

      Henry Ford bankrupt his first company. Was kicked out of him is second. Nearly bankrupt this one twice.

      Henry Ford wasn’t infallible.

      The car business has changed tremendously since senile Henry was removed from the company by his grandson. It’s changed tremendously since that grandson was also forced out early from the CEO’s job.

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