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Powerful Ford Bronco 2021 hitting US markets on July 13th

Ford finally brings some good news for Mid-sized SUV lovers; the Bronco 2021 after a quarter-century is all set to launch in three distinct variants on July 13th. It's expected that the all-new Ford Bronco will have a wide array of reconfigurable features like removable roofs and doors. American auto lovers are going crazy in anticipation.

Ford Bronco 2021 is about to hit the US market in literally five days. And the American SUV lovers are going crazy with anticipation. It’s like a fever that has gripped auto publications and websites with many speculating on the features being offered, like this piece in Car and Driver:

2021 Ford Bronco Details We’ve Uncovered – Car And Driver

Ford Bronco: Why this Craze?

From 1965 to 1996, Ford produced state of the art SUVs by the name of Ford Bronco. Ford Bronco was unveiled as a fierce competitor of the compact SUVs, Jeep CJ-5 and International Harvester Scout.

The American automobile company later changed its initial plan of taking on automobiles in the compact SUV category and went on to produce full-sized SUVs, competing against the Chevrolet K5 Blazer and Dodge Ramcharger.

In recent years, we have seen the Ford Motor Company changing its strategies and continuously redefining itself. Its model lineup has been designed in a manner so as to stay up to date with the 21st century sophisticated advancements.

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Recently, the Michigan based company expanded Mustang’s lineup with the addition of electric Mach-E crossover to the traditional coupe and convertible. But this was not it. Ford also brings some good news for Mid-sized SUV lovers; the Bronco after a quarter-century is all set to launch in three distinct variants.

Ford’s popular crossover models: Power & Comfort

In the past decade or so, most people have shifted towards buying SUVs as they offer a perfect blend of power and comfort. During the period, Ford has also kept pace with the growing demand of SUVs with its car-based crossovers like the Escape and Explorer.

The latest model of Escape launched last year, gave the impression of a vehicle built specifically for the more urban/suburban lifestyle user.

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The Broncos are created with the goal of competing with the key established market players like the Land Rover Defender and the Jeep Wrangler which are quite popular with automobile enthusiasts. Ford Bronco will have flexible body-on-frame platform shared with the F-150 and the next-generation Ranger.

Ford Broncos will be launched in two and four-door variants. It’s expected that the all-new Ford Bronco will have a wide array of reconfigurable features. Ford has indicated that Ford Bronco might be equipped with removable roofs and possibly even removable doors, just like the Wranglers. It’s worth noting that these could come with insurance costs that are a big higher than usual. 

Secondly, we are certain that Ford Bronco will have electrified powertrain options. Ford had earlier indicated that from now on all its SUVs will carry such options.  In a week’s time, more details will come and we will become more clear about the exact range of features Ford Bronco will come with.

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Ford Bronco History: Passion of collectors

Broncos were originally built from the year 1966-1977 and were particularly used and maintained by collectors – they were the main users back in the 60s and 70s.  Although the name has been kept the same, in the last three years, the prices have been increased up to 76%. Some of that increase is probably due to Ford’s impending reintroduction of the brand, which hasbrought new attention to the old models. But, even before that became public knowledge, classic Broncos were leading a surge in collectible Sports Utility Vehicles (SUVs).

Ford, a Michigan based automobile company, didn’t right back jump in to produce Ford Broncos; in fact, the company carefully researched and tried to identify the shortcomings of the current off-road vehicles, back in the 1960s so as to be in a better position to capture the market.

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All in all, Ford designed Bronco with the idea of offering to its users a perfect mixture of stability and speed. It wanted to build a vehicle which could offer you a decent ride on motorways and city lanes, while also making your uphill adventures fun, exciting and stress-free. The original Bronco was designed to provide a nicer ride on highways while still being able to tackle rugged off-road environments.
Ford Bronco Price
While Ford has not clearly said how much the Bronco will cost or what trim levels will fill out the lineup, price being predicted is around US $ 32,450. It was expected for past many months, since it was known that it will be available with two or four doors, will have removable roof panels, and offer multiple powertrains, it was expected to have a wide range of prices just like the Wrangler lineup.
It was expected that the Ford Branco’s starting price will be slightly higher than the Jeep’s, which starts at around $30,000, because even the base model should come with more standard features. Now it’s more or less sure; it will be starting at US $32,450.