Ford unveils new Bronco as off-road, open-air Jeep rival for under $30,000

Ford unveils new Bronco as off-road, open-air Jeep rival for under $30,000

Ford has resurrected the Bronco nameplate to take on the nation’s No. 1 off-road seller, the Jeep Wrangler. Ford is pricing the new Bronco starting at $29,995, including destination charges, just $205 above a base Jeep Wrangler. Top-end models with additional features and equipment can top $60,000. Bronco will come in with the regular two-door and a first ever four-door model.

Timothy
Timothy
(Un)Fortunate Son
(Un)Fortunate Son 4 weeks

Why do you want a car without doors? Why a Jeep? Trump’s face has better aerodynamic properties than a Jeep. . . even with his big mouth.

Fin
Fin 4 weeks

Go Ford...

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