The sixth-generation Ford Bronco debuted for the 2021 model year and has remained in high demand ever since, though production has ramped up significantly since the SUV’s launch. Regardless, Ford only opened up 2023 Bronco order banks for existing reservation/order holders at first before allowing other customers to place an order for one, and those retail order banks are scheduled to remain open until tomorrow, August 10th, 2023 at 4pm ET, as Ford Authority reported last week. That means 2024 Ford Bronco order banks are set to open up shortly after that, sources familiar with the matter have told Ford Authority.
2024 Ford Bronco order banks are set to open up next Wednesday, August 16th, 2023, which is also when the build and price configurator for the SUV will go live, too. However, interestingly enough, it’s unclear what sort of changes we can expect – if any – for the new model year at this time, for the most part, at least.
As Ford Authority reported back in October 2021, the 2024 Ford Bronco was previously expected to receive a mid-cycle refresh, which would make sense given the fact that it will represent the current gen model’s fourth year of production. However, there has been little to suggest that this will be the case since that report surfaced.
What we do know for sure is that the 2024 Ford Bronco Heritage Edition will add Peak Blue to its available color palette, and Ford Authority recently spotted a Ford Bronco Raptor covered in Shelter Green Metallic paint – a color that isn’t currently available on that model – along with some revised graphics and Code Orange accents. Additionally, Ford may ditch the reservation system for the Bronco that it has employed since the SUV’s launch for the 2024 model year, too.