It’s almost here: the second year of sixth-generation Bronco ordering and production. We break down what you need to know. Find the Price List, Ordering Guide, and updated Ford.com FAQs in the forums.
2022 Bronco Timeline
Order Conversion Process
CURRENT ORDER HOLDERS (Converted in Ford’s Ordering System)
- Your dealer will start scheduling order consultations with all existing order holders to finalize/submit, based on reservation timestamp order.
- Beginning 10/13, dealers can start updating/confirming orders in Ford’s ordering system with customer consent.
- You need to agree to pricing with your dealer at the time of order entry with a signed purchase agreement and any required deposit.
RESERVATION HOLDERS (Unconverted)
- For 2022 model year, existing reservation holders who have not yet converted their order can use the Ford.com Online Ordering tool.
- Dealers have been asked to reach out to customers to confirm order receipt and pricing.
Order conversion process flow and FAQ:
|I never placed a reservation/order for MY21. (New customer)||
|I placed a reservation for MY21 but never converted it to an order. (Unconverted)||
|I placed an order for MY21, was not scheduled for production, and don’t want to make any changes. (Converted)||
|I placed an order for MY21, was not scheduled for production, and want to make changes. (Converted)||
Because of the new features for 2022 model year, everyone without a vehicle identification number (VIN) on October 13, 2021 will need to update/confirm their MY22 order. Orders are being converted from MY21 to MY22 within Ford’s ordering system, but still require updates/confirmation to be eligible for scheduling. This process will be handled through your dealer.
All customers with a reservation/order placed by 3/19/21 will receive price protection based on what your order was as of 10/1/21. EXAMPLE: If customer has a 4-door Badlands on order or reserved, the customer will receive a certificate for $825 (4-door Badlands increase from ‘21-’22).
If you switch your trim, you can apply your price protection to the trim you purchase in MY22 (except for special edition vehicles). EXAMPLE: You had a Badlands on order or reserved 10/1/21 but take delivery of a Big Bend in ’22. You will still receive a price protection certificate for a Badlands.
What are the 22MY MSRP price protection amounts by series for Bronco 2- and 4-door?
|Bronco 2-door||Bronco 4-door|
These numbers represent the difference in cost between a MY21 Bronco and outfitting it to the exact same specs for MY22. EXAMPLE: A customer reserved or ordered a 4-door Wildtrak with hard top in MY21. In MY22, it costs $695 more to purchase the same build. A price-protected customer will receive a certificate for $695.
Since this chart for price protection is broken down by series and doors, you could infer there won’t be pricing increases on options and features. And like MY21, X-plan pricing will not be available for the MY22 Bronco.
Q&A for Option/Offering Changes for 2022 Model Year
Q: I ordered a 4-door Wildtrak MY21 and want to keep a hard top/want a switch to the soft top. What do I do?
A: You need to update/confirm your order with your dealer regardless. You can option a hard top/choose the standard soft top at that time.
Q: I ordered a Black Diamond or Badlands MY21 and don’t want the MY22 standard Capable Bumper. Can I option out of it?
A: Yes. You can option the Heavy-Duty Modular Bumper when you convert your order.
Q: I ordered a Base, Big Bend, Outer Banks, or Wildtrak MY21. Can I get the Heavy-Duty Modular Bumper?
A: Yes. It is available for any trim in 2022.
Q: I want a Bronco Raptor. Can I order that on 10/13?
A: No. Special editions are available Summer ’22. More information will be coming soon.
Q: I want my Bronco as fast as possible. Are there commodity restraints for MY22?
A: Ford is accelerating the MIC hardtop production and availability. Still, the Bronco 4-door model ordered with a soft top continues to be the fastest way to a new Bronco.
We know there will be questions unanswered here and clarification needed. Visit Ford.com for updated Order Holder FAQs, and meet us in the forums as we discuss the options and information for MY22 ordering.
And on Wednesday, Oct. 13, when order banks open, join the Bronco Nation for a broadcast conversation with Ford Bronco team members.