It's been mere weeks since the first Ford Bronco deliveries began, and some teething problems have already come to the fore. Owners who took delivery of early build SUVs have already reported issues with the removable hardtop roof, a major part of what makes a Bronco, well, a Bronco.
It was widely reported earlier this year that the Bronco's "Achilles' heel," from a production standpoint, was the hardtop's manufacturer, Webasto, which couldn't make enough units to fill demand. Some owners had their build dates pushed back, others weren't given a new one—all this, mostly due to pandemic-related delays. Then, in mid June, Ford announced that Bronco production had officially begun.