Ford Bronco Pushes Up Out of the Ground Next Spring
November 1st, 2019 10:49 AM Share
It’s been a long hibernation for the Bronco nameplate, but fans of Ford Motor Company’s midsize off-roader don’t have all that long to wait before laying their eyes on the resurrected model.
Ford has announced the public will get its first glimpse of the reborn Bronco next spring.
Much speculation surrounds the returning nameplate, though it’s generally believed that the Bronco will sport two-and four-door bodystyles, a removable roof and doors, and perhaps solid axles from the same supplier tapped by Jeep’s Wrangler. The body-on-frame vehicle might also sport a base, turbocharged four-cylinder powerplant, which isn’t surprising given its Ranger underpinnings.
Published November 1st, 2019 10:51 AM
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Have we established what the USP of this product is? Serious question.
The Bronco seems to have taken a while to gestate. Or did they just start product development after pre-announcing its return?
Nobody is going to buy this silly vehicle. It'll be just another crossover blending into the crowd of all the other ones.
Hopefully, dealer price will be at MSRP and not a giant MAP like they do for “hot” vehicles like when the F150 Raptor first came into dealerships with a MAP around $25K!