Without a doubt, the new Ford Bronco will go down in history as one of the coolest factory-built off-road-ready SUVs ever.
Market forces forced it out, but now, 25 years later, the same forces are working in its favor – ladies and gentlemen, the Ford Bronco is back!
The new Ford Bronco has been severely tortured, having been grilled in the Johnson Valley desert and evaluated in the tough Baja 1000 terrains.
It has weathered the test of time, reassuring all aficionados of its potential to produce unequaled automotive performance, the sort required to overcome even the most difficult terrains, both on and off-road.
The new Ford Bronco, which introduced the sixth generation of cars, was better, but not necessarily bigger.
It’s now available in mid-size for the first time, and it’s available as a two-door or four-door convertible, directly competing with brands like the Jeep Wrangler.
The new Ford Bronco comes in a variety of models, which we’ve highlighted along with other unique features that demonstrate the magnificence of this resurrected off-road monarch!
While the Bronco lacks an eight-cylinder engine, it is powered by a capable basic turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 300 horsepower or an optional twin-turbo 2.7-liter V6 that produces an incredible 330 horsepower.
The Bronco, on the other hand, is strong on power distribution, with both powerplant options getting a 10-speed automatic transmission, while the smaller engine gets a seven-speed manual transmission. AWD is standard on all Broncos.
When the Black Diamond series fails to meet off-roading needs, the Badlands becomes the next best thing. Bilstein position-sensitive monotube shocks stabilize the Bronco’s movement for better off-road control.
For a more competent SUV, the package also includes front- and rear-locking differentials, as well as 35- and 33-inch mud and all-terrain tires.
Furthermore, the package includes a wide range of interior options, ranging from basic vinyl to complete leather with cutting-edge technology.
Off-roading and high speeds aren’t always a good mix, but the Wildtrak series does just that.
It comes standard with the Sasquatch Package, which includes Bilstein shocks, capable wheels, and tires, all of which are propelled by a 2.7-liter twin-turbocharged V6 EcoBoost engine with a 10-speed automated transmission.
The Wildtrak has a standard hardtop on 2- and 4-door variants, as well as black alloys, a black grille, and special hood graphics.
Off-roading is elevated to new heights in this series.
The Terrain Management System
G.O.A.T. stands for “Goes Over Any Type of Terrain,” and it refers to a set of settings included with the Bronco’s Terrain Management System.
Through a collection of specialized electronic technologies, these modes enable Bronco to give uniquely designed driving experiences.
The G.O.A.T. Modes are used to modify the handling, steering, and powertrain response for best performance in a variety of settings.
Normal, Eco, Sport, Slippery, Mud/Ruts, Sand, Rock Crawl, and Baja are among the options, each with its own set of operations that inspire the confidence needed to enjoy driving the Bronco.
Only the essential features are included in the Bronco Base series. As a result, the series is an excellent choice for personalizing and customizing a Bronco to fit the owner’s budget.
It allows owners to customize the Bronco with only the characteristics they choose. Optional 35-inch tires, detachable doors, and top, as well as standard 4×4 and Terrain Management System with five G.O.A.T. Modes, are among the Bronco’s interesting standard features.
The Big Bend is a series option that gives conventional off-roading comfort alongside the basic Bronco, starting at $33,385 for the 2-door models.
Aluminum wheels, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, heated seats, and a remote start are among the amenities of the Big Bend Series.
The Terrain Management System on the Big Bend has six G.O.A.T. Modes, privacy glass, and fabric seats, as opposed to the five in the Base Series.
The Black Diamond series is designed for off-road adventure. The series is built to be a workhorse, and it has several characteristics that help it live up to that expectation.
Steel front and rear bumpers, heavy-duty skid plates, rock rails, a rear locking differential, and seven G.O.A.T. Modes.
The series also come with 32-inch LT265/70R17 all-terrain tires and front and rear tow hooks. are just a few of the features that enable the Bronco to handle even the most difficult terrain.
The ultimate Bronco smorgasbord, First Edition is the pinnacle of Ford’s fabrication expertise, providing Bronco fans with a taste of the best features offered by each series in a single, one-of-a-kind package.
First Edition, for example, has the aesthetics of a Wildtrak but is powered by the mechanicals of a Badland, and the interior is decked out with the wonderful features of an Outer Banks, resulting in a unique Bronco blend.
This series is unfortunately limited edition and has been entirely reserved.
The 2017 Ford Bronco is reasonably priced, especially considering all of the luxury features and other cool features.
Starting at $28,500, the base model of the 2021 Bronco is under $30,000, making it one of the cheapest SUVs on the market.
To put things in perspective, several of its competitors have greater beginning pricing. However, some upgrades will quickly push the Bronco out of the affordable range.