And to confirm, there are thousands of reservations from 5/19 that have not and likely will not be selected or order for the 2022 model year. There are simply too many and the distribution of trucks are not even to all reservations/dealers.
Congrats - you have something very interesting there - you show to be "Scheduled for Production", which no one else has. You'll have to check your order a few times and see how that plays out or if it has been brought back a step. Keep us updated.As I suspected there are other things at play than simply the order in which you jumped on the reservation wagon. I went out and specifically found an eCertified dealer that had ZERO reservations and became their first. I believe that was key to getting a 2022. It makes perfect sense that FORD would want to spread these trucks out geographically as much as possible to get maximum geographical exposure.
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Go take a look New Gallery and look at the documentation that apparently each dealer has, along with the systems they have access too. Maybe you print these and take too them. Your dealer should have access and should know.That's me exactly - 5/19 reservation and nothing from Ford. I'd love to know how everyone else on here is getting info. My dealer claims they don't know anything. Other dealers I have called say the same. When I call the Ford marketing number, they tell me I need to contact my dealer. This is really frustrating!!!
Honestly I open it at least once a day and sometimes 5 to 10. I like that Ford has started adding a survey - if they realize we are just out checking our order, maybe they will find ways to be more proactive.How many pulled up their order after seeing this "Scheduled for Production". I did! I wasn't so lucky. I guess XLTs are first? Is it a SR or ER?