The Ford Bronco is a remarkably memorable vehicle for a model that was discontinued twenty years ago. It had a long run, remaining in production from 1966 to 1996. In the time since its termination, it has gained a reputation as both a formidable off-road rig and as a collectible classic (mostly the first generation).
Now, Ford has announced that, along with the Ranger pickup truck, it will be reintroducing the Bronco to the US market. The Ranger has been discontinued here since 2012 due to poor sales compared to the much more popular F-series of pickups.
Ford already makes an impressive number of SUVs, so it’s anyone’s guess as to what should be expected from the new Bronco. It will have to find its own niche in Ford’s lineup, one that makes it different from the Edge, Escape, Flex, Explorer, and Expedition.
Using a bit of expert speculation, here are a few things you should expect out of the new Ford Bronco: