Ford to reduce popular model configurations in dealership inventory

According to a letter obtained directly from the car to the Ford dealership, the Blue Oval narrows the available configurations to nine popular Ford models in dealership lots. This initiative could take place in late January or early February.  This step is called "inventory restructuring" and means that not all configurations are available in the reseller's inventory. Specifically, Ford said, "the total number of configurations available reduces inventory order composition by an average of 70% to 80%."   These are the models affected by the inventory reformulation mentioned above: Escape, Bronco Sport, Edge, Explorer, Expedition, Ranger, F-150, F-250 and Mustang. The notable Ford Bronco is not on the list. It is one of the most popular names in the formation of US carmakers.  According to the report, the allocation is based on a "regional inventory order guide" based on reseller input and sales data.  Ford outlined some of the benefits of this initiative in its letter. These are "small turnaround", "aging inventory reduction", "floor plan cost reduction / profitability improvement" and "inventory management facilitation".  For the sake of clarity, the aforementioned Ford car buyers can still order their selected configurations via the company's website. However, if you're choosing a less popular setup, don't expect the retailer to have it in stock. Therefore, the waiting time is long. It is unclear how Ford's initiative will affect prices.  It goes without saying that the move is in line with the current general inventory crisis and stagnant production. Automotive industry. There are many factors influencing the above shortage, such as supply chain disruptions and the ongoing health crisis.

According to a letter obtained directly from the car to the Ford dealership, the Blue Oval narrows the available configurations to nine popular Ford models in dealership lots. This initiative could take place in late January or early February.

This step is called "inventory restructuring" and means that not all configurations are available in the reseller's inventory. Specifically, Ford said, "the total number of configurations available reduces inventory order composition by an average of 70% to 80%."

These are the models affected by the inventory reformulation mentioned above: Escape, Bronco Sport, Edge, Explorer, Expedition, Ranger, F-150, F-250 and Mustang. The notable Ford Bronco is not on the list. It is one of the most popular names in the formation of US carmakers.

According to the report, the allocation is based on a "regional inventory order guide" based on reseller input and sales data.

Ford outlined some of the benefits of this initiative in its letter. These are "small turnaround", "aging inventory reduction", "floor plan cost reduction / profitability improvement" and "inventory management facilitation".

For the sake of clarity, the aforementioned Ford car buyers can still order their selected configurations via the company's website. However, if you're choosing a less popular setup, don't expect the retailer to have it in stock. Therefore, the waiting time is long. It is unclear how Ford's initiative will affect prices.

It goes without saying that the move is in line with the current general inventory crisis and stagnant production. Automotive industry. There are many factors influencing the above shortage, such as supply chain disruptions and the ongoing health crisis.

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