Ford starts deliveries of Bronco SUVs from Michigan assembly plant

by SpeedLux
Ford Bronco SUV

Ford Motor said on Tuesday it had started producing and delivering the new Bronco sport utility vehicles (SUVs) from its assembly plant in Michigan, after a delay in the launch of the SUVs.

Customers have booked over 125,000 sixth-generation Bronco SUVs since this year.

The automaker said it had made over 190,000 reservations for the Bronco in the United States and Canada.

The automaker built the first generation of Broncos from 1966 to 1977 and withdrew the line in 1996 amid declining demand.

Last year, the automaker had delayed the production of Bronco due to the coronavirus crisis.

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