The Ford Bronco is back! Introduced as the first-ever SUV by the American automaker, the Bronco has had a fairly successful run spanning five generations, starting from 1966 to 1996. After a 25-year long hiatus, Ford has finally released the sixth generation of the Bronco, capturing all that an avid off-roading enthusiast can ask for, and even more. While it might be a while before the all-new Bronco models will be available online live auction sites, in this blog post, we give you a heads up of what to expect from the new offerings. Read on.
The 2020 Bronco will be available in seven trims to suit diverse needs, preferences, and budget. In addition to the ‘First Edition’ which the manufacturer is claiming has already reached its initial booking reserve, the SUV will also be available in six other variants – Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, Badlands, and Wild Track variants, each carrying a unique set of attributes to suit diverse prerequisites. The standard equipment on all the trims includes Dana axles equipped with electronic differentials that help enhance the overall stability and comfort.
While the standard option on the 2020 Bronco is a 2.3 L turbocharged inline four-cylinder engine that can produce up to 270 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque, buyers can also go for a 2.7-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine that can produce up to 310 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque. Here it is worth mentioning that the 2.7 L V6 engine will be exclusively available with a 10-speed automatic transmission system. The 2.3 L engine, on the other hand, will be available with either a 10-speed automatic or a standard 7-speed manual transmission system.
When it comes to features, the 2020 Bronco lineup doesn’t leave many boxes unchecked. The SUV comes with removable doors with frameless glass (that can be removed and stored in the rear cargo area), and a detachable roof that lets you be one with nature, no matter whether you are cruising on a freeway or taming uncharted territories in the wilderness. The drivetrain on the 2020 Bronco is designed to seamlessly toggle between different driving modes, which can be controlled by a dial placed near the gear selector.
The 2020 lineup of Ford Bronco models has all the right attributes that will make them serious contenders in the highly competitive SUV segment. No matter the trim we talk about, Ford has given buyers enough reasons to put their money down but having said that, buying one of these beasts from a showroom will set you back by a significant amount. That is when you can count on online live auction sites such as AutoBidMaster to help make your dream come true. To buy a reliable and powerful SUV at an unbelievably low price, simply register with us and start bidding in our salvage auto auctions. If you have any questions, please call +1 (503) 298-4300, Monday through Friday, from 6 AM to 4 PM (PST), or email email@example.com.