- the ford bronco will arrive in dealerships in spring 2021, while the bronco sport will show up sooner, in late 2020.
- with the interest likely high for both vehicles, don’t be surprised if the dates slip on some orders.
- ford is currently accepting $100 refundable deposits on the bronco and bronco sport.
it’s still too early to know how well the 2021 ford bronco and bronco sport will resonate with potential customers. chances are, though, they'll be some of the most sought-after vehicles we've seen in a while, especially the "regular" bronco, which will come in two- and four-door versions. how long will you have to wait to get your hands on a vehicle if you place a deposit today? according to ford, it depends on which bronco you choose.
for those looking for a milder version of ford's freshly minted built wild lifestyle, the bronco sport will start being delivered to dealerships later this year. meanwhile, the two- and four-door broncos won't land in showrooms until the spring of 2021.
when you get your bronco, of course, is a whole other issue. if the bronco is the blockbuster hit that ford hopes it'll be, your vehicle might take a bit longer to be dropped off on your doorstep. there are also likely timing issues around which trim level might get first consideration on the production lines at the wayne, michigan, plant for the bronco or the hermosillo, mexico, facility for the bronco sport. for example, the limited-production first edition bronco will likely get first dibs on the michigan line.
whichever you choose, ford is currently taking $100 refundable deposits, so if you must have either bronco as quickly as possible, you’re going to want to throw a digital benjamin at ford as quickly as possible.