Ford: Driving JL sales

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That makes yours a XBRHJLURXR: Ex-Bronco Reservation Holder JLURXR order.

Jim Farley has done a magnificent job converting many life-long Ford fans into first-time Jeep owners.

Welcome to the light!
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I was a lucky one with a 11/29 build date as a morning 7/14 reservation or id have a JL 4.88 stick order too.

My small town dealer had 17 allocations and are receiving 3 2021 Bronco Builds. The problem is allocation will be even harder in for them in 2022. What the hell Ford?

Allocation on a reserved vehicle should not be based on sales but based on timestamp only!
 

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No surprise there. I can't tell you how many folks I know with 7/13 reservations with no vin. I know of two 7/13 FE that didn't built........
sorry to hear that

not sure my build date but definitely a November delivery. Also, would have been the other pony instead of a Jeep
 

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sorry to hear that

not sure my build date but definitely a November delivery. Also, would have been the other pony instead of a Jeep
Bronco and Mustang are two different vehicles. By saying this you’re saying you don’t want to drive off-road you just want a fun driving vehicle. Which is great, but there are many choice for fun driving cars.
Only two off road vehicles are available with the Bronco and JL.

I will also admit I enjoyed my Rubicon much more than any of my mustangs. Hell my Fiesta ST was more fun than the mustangs I’ve driven.
 
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Bronco and Mustang are two different vehicles. By saying this you’re saying you don’t want to drive off-road you just want a fun driving vehicle. Which is great, but there are many choice for fun driving cars.
Only two off road vehicles are available with the Bronco and JL.

I will also admit I enjoyed my Rubicon much more than any of my mustangs. Hell my Fiesta ST was more fun than the mustangs I’ve driven.
Im a switch, I can be versatile xD

More I see it as I either want the Pony of the Trails or Pony of the Roads, but a damn horse as I wanna cruise topless while rowing gears and besides the astrological aspect (Sagittarius), prefer Ford to Mopar, only getting my Ram as I prefer the looks to the F150
 

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I'm not saying I like on road only, if I had the money I'd buy both. I have a 4x4, just wanted a new one and can get more use out of a Bronco than a Mustang which I can only drive 5-6 months out of the year. If I couldn't get a Bronco I would buy a Mustang and kept fixing my rusty 150 or pull the old CJ out of the garage.
I like driving on road and off road.
 

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Im a switch, I can be versatile xD

More I see it as I either want the Pony of the Trails or Pony of the Roads, but a damn horse as I wanna cruise topless while rowing gears and besides the astrological aspect (Sagittarius), prefer Ford to Mopar, only getting my Ram as I prefer the looks to the F150
Topless is good, doorless is better.
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