(WXYZ) — It's been a month since Ford unveiled the all-new Bronco, and more the reveal brought in major interest from people across the country.
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According to Ford, within the first three weeks, more than 165,000 people made a $100 deposit for orders of the all-new Bronco. People could reserve their spot with a refundable $100 deposit.
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Within one day, there were 2,000 limited-run Bronco Sport First Edition models that were spoken for. That's the same for the two- and four-door First Edition models, which will have 7,000 vehicles.
Bronco reservations continue at Ford.com/Bronco, while Bronco Sport models are now available for ordering online and at Ford dealerships.
According to Car & Driver, the waitlist for the new Bronco continues to grow, and some people may not get their car until 2022. Car & Driver reports that customers with reservations will be built ahead of orders.