If you’ve been yearning for a capable vehicle custom-built for outdoor adventures, it doesn’t get any better than the upcoming 2021 Ford Bronco. For its long-awaited return, the legendary off-road model is packed to the gills with features worth getting excited about.
Whether you’re exploring the less-charted areas of Florida or trying to tackle the nation’s most demanding terrain, the Bronco has your back. The 2021 model features a class-exclusive system that gives you information on more than 1,000 miles of topographic trail maps so you can know what you’re up against before you hit the road.
To complement the 2021 Ford Bronco’s rugged good looks, the automaker gave the legendary 4×4 SUV a set of easily removable components. You can take off the roof on both cloth- and hard-top models, detach the doors, and lift away the rear windows. Ultimately, you can open up a largest-in-class open-top view to take in the sights while you cruise around Orlando.
One of the defining features of the original Bronco was its ability to dominate even the roughest patches of wilderness, and that capability is still present in the 2021 model. With the exclusive Terrain Management System™ with G.O.A.T. (Goes Over Any type of Terrain) Modes™, you can choose from up to seven settings to optimize performance in nearly all conditions.
Drivers in 19 states, including Michigan, New Mexico, Texas, Wisconsin, New Mexico and Arkansas cannot wait for the reveal of the 2021 Ford Bronco. A study conducted by PartCatalog shows the Bronco leading the charge as the Most Anticipated Vehicle of 2020 based on Google search data.
The Bronco isn’t the only Ford model drivers are eager to learn more about, though, according to the study. The most-searched-for new car for drivers in the Gem State (Idaho) is the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E. With the Bronco and Mustang, Ford is the only automaker to have two models in the study.
“It’s something both our fans love and our staff [loves],” said Alan Marek, the owner of PartCatalog. “We started doing [trends
maps] a few months ago when the Cybertruck was announced and have
continued to do them, with a different spin each month.”
The 2021 Ford Bronco’s original debut was set for
March 17, 2020, but it was delayed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. As of now,
Ford has not released a new date for the Bronco’s official debut.
We at Tropical Ford are eager to see the new
Bronco, too, along with all the new Ford models. Until then, we are here to
talk about the current lineup and answer any vehicle inquiries you have.
Ford has never faltered in delivering on its commitment to American workers, providing good jobs to hard-working folks from sea to shining sea. To this end, the manufacturer recently kicked off Ford Ranger production at its assembly plant in Wayne, Michigan.
This newest round of Ford Ranger production marks an $850-million investment by Ford in the 3,000-strong Michigan Assembly Plant. These 3,000 workers are feeling very merry indeed this Christmas season thanks to Ford’s production move. Ford transitioned from production of the Focus at the Michigan Assembly Plant to open availability for production of the 2019 Ford Focus.
doesn’t end with the Ford Ranger, however. Starting in 2020, Ford will also
produce the Bronco once more at the Michigan Assembly Plant.
All of us here
at Tropical Ford are looking forward to the return of the Ford Ranger. The 2019
model promises to be a game-changer. It features a turbocharged 2.3-liter
EcoBoost four-cylinder engine, a 10-speed automatic transmission system,
best-in-class payload, integrated Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay™, plus
amongst other safety technologies.
Contact us at Tropical Ford to find out more information about the new Ford Ranger. We can also set you up with a test drive of your favorite Ford model.
Off-roading enthusiasts and SUV fans are on the edge of their seats awaiting the arrival of the new Ford Bronco. The long-awaited SUV is slated for launch in 2020, but some details are already slipping to the public. For example, the new Ford Bronco will be more like the Troller out of Brazil than the F-150 Raptor.
Most American drivers aren’t familiar with Brazil’s Troller. All you really need to know is that the SUV is off-road capable and offers an excellent utility-driven design. The Ford Bronco, however, will be offered as a four-door SUV rather than a two-door model like the Troller.
The Bronco will offer a standard 2.7-liter turbocharged V6 engine designed to offer performance and efficiency. Don’t fret, off-roaders. The 2021 Ford Bronco will feature capability beyond measure.
“Bronco will be a no-compromise midsize 4×4 utility for thrill seekers who want to venture way beyond the city,” Joe Hinrichs, Ford president of the Americas, said in January.
While Ford has yet to comment on the leaks, the company did confirm that the SUV will be based on the Ranger pickup truck. Even so, it gives Bronco fans more to look forward to as 2020 creeps closer with each passing day.
We here at Tropical Ford can’t wait to see the new Ford Bronco make its public debut!
The Ford Bronco is somewhat of a large icon but it has become harder and harder to find since it left the lineup. Now, nearly 20 years later, the monstrous vehicle is returning to the market. Likely boasting impressive off-road specifications and capabilities, the Bronco will join a lineup already full of capability on- and off-road. As for how capable the Bronco will be is yet to be seen, but with Ford’s engineers hard at work, it’s likely to be a doozy.
The new Ford Bronco will launch as a two-door model with a four-door version coming later. That’s not too surprising considering many automaker’s most popular vehicles fall into the truck and SUV category. Crossovers are popular as well but conventional cars are seeing their sales dip slowly.
The Bronco may boast the design shown as a concept vehicle, the Ford Atlas, not long ago. Known as a rough, tough, off-road-ready machine, the Bronco will likely play host to some impressive specifications. Identifiable by its ride height, massive tires, and powerful engine, this 4×4 will likely go tire-to-tire with the likes of the Jeep Wrangler.