The All-New Ford Bronco:
A Legend Returns

From its debut in 1966 to the end of its run in 1996, the Ford Bronco held the top spot as America's original sport utility vehicle (SUV). Over those 30 years, Ford and off-road enthusiasts enjoyed five generations of the Bronco. Now, after 25 years off the production block, the iconic SUV is back! By popular demand, the Bronco has been reinvigorated and reimagined for a 6th generation.

The Bronco Family

The Ford Bronco is available with two or four doors and in seven different trims: the Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, Badlands, Wildtrak, and First Edition. There is also a smaller Bronco Sport with four doors available in the Base, Big Bend, Outer Banks, and Badlands trim levels.

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Top End Performance

The standard power configuration of the Ford Bronco is a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 300 horsepower. You can get 30 more horsepower with the optional 2.7-liter V6 engine if you want even more power. Both of these options are available with a 10-speed automatic transmission, but the smaller engine can alternatively be paired with a 7-speed manual transmission, which is perfect for nostalgic Ford Bronco owners.

The Bronco is quick off the line and provides plenty of power. Ford offers a Sasquatch package that adds 35-inch mud-terrain tires, a tweaked suspension, locking front differential, and bigger fenders to make the Bronco even better. In addition, drivers can select from different G.O.A.T. (Goes Over Any Terrain) drive modes for even more capability. These are Normal, Eco, Sport, Slippery, Sand, Baja, Mud/Ruts, and Rock Crawl.

4X4 Power

The all-new Ford Bronco sends power simultaneously to all four wheels that, combined with an independent front suspension, gives the Ford Bronco an edge over the Jeep Wrangler. You can add additional off-road capabilities with options such as 35-inch mud-terrain tires, electronic locking front, and rear differentials, bead-lock capable wheels, and a disconnecting sway bar. Regardless of how you choose to outfit your rig, however, you will enjoy precise steering, a towing capacity of 3,500 pounds, and a refined driving experience that many off-roading vehicles lack.

Classic Design with Detachable Body Panels

The all-new Ford Bronco embraces its body-on-frame design and pays homage to its ancestors with its classic boxy shape. Detachable body panels allow you to get closer to nature on your off-road adventures by removing the doors and roof.

Modern Technology Built-In

The new Bronco features a 6.5-inch instrument cluster display and can be outfitted with an 8 or 12-inch touchscreen infotainment system. Sync 4 software allows for wireless updates and smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. Onboard navigation includes off-trail mapping and a subscription-based Wi-Fi hotspot. A built-in rack on top of the dashboard makes mounting a smartphone or GoPro easier.

The Bronco comes equipped with driver assistance technology, including parking sensors and automatic high-beam headlights. There are also key safety features like automated emergency braking, forward-collision warning, rear-cross traffic alert, blind-spot monitoring, lane-departure warning, and lane-keep assist.

An Economical Off-Road Option

The Ford Bronco has a gas mileage of 20 to 22mpg and a starting price under $30,000. Even if you choose the Base trim level, you will find the Bronco to be a capable off-roader and well-appointed daily driver. And, with endless customizations available, you are sure to be able to create the perfect vehicle to meet all of your driving needs.

If you haven't pulled the trigger on the all-new Ford Bronco but are interested in learning more about this fun and functional ride, contact Dunphy Ford in Philadelphia, PA online, by phone, or stop by in-person for a test drive today!

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