In fact, this vehicle was initially inspired by the Ford Mustang and earlier Jeep designs. Ford began building military models during WWII which included two models:
This strong and rugged vehicle eventually coined a memo headline: G.O.A.T. standing for ‘Go Over All-Terrain’.
Ford Broncos have been long known to be a 4×4 off-road vehicle meant for anything and everything roads throw at you!
The Ford President Donald Frey, introduced the Ford Bronco vehicle on August 11th, 1965. Early sketches of the Bronco stretch back to July 24, 1963. The design is similar to the new Bronco models today, which presents a box-like shape, two doors, with round headlights.
This model allows for roofs and doors to be taken off or kept on.
The windshield has the capability to fold flat down on the hood and can be placed in a locked position. This version appears sporty and doors were optional with or without a glass frame.
Drivers could have chosen vinyl doors or a removable convertible top. An extra spare tire fits in the back while those who know how to drive a manual transmission can go anywhere and everywhere your heart desires.
This model has a short steel roof plus provides the same capabilities as the Roadster model, although it includes a few more extras. This SUV has a pickup bed, a short top, a bench seat and seats 2-3. It was coined a “half-cab” over time.
During the early Ford Bronco days, the Wagon was the most popular SUV for sale. This may have to do with the fact that it fits up to five passengers and includes a rear bench seat.
With a full length roof and a full upper body build, this SUV is certainly protected from daily weather elements and is much more spacious than previous builds.
Off-road racers soon helped this vehicle become even more popular as this SUV won the 1967 Riverside Four-Wheel Drive Grand Prix.
Once this news took off, celebrities started to get behind the wheel of a Ford Bronco.
The Bronco went through a few upgrades after 1966, but for the most part, the design did not change much until the year 1973.
As time progressed, the Bronco continued to evolve for the good.
Not only was this vehicle meant to be a 4×4 vehicle designed to go anywhere but it was also built to handle the highways just as well as off-roading.
In the seventies, there were 2 V-8 engines offered and no V-6 option was available in 1978. The strong military-grade engine helps prove Ford Broncos power and performance at the time.
The interior was also renovated into something larger and even greater! With more space, leg room, an AC and an AM & FM radio choice, this SUV was designed before its time!
During 1976, the Bronco build was a massive sales hit and gained 180,000 sales in the first two years.
Throughout the years of 1980 to 1986 the Ford Bronco Sport became smaller, lighter in weight, and better with fuel efficiency, including aerodynamic capabilities.
With innovative, practical and continuous rugged all-weather features, along comes the all-new 2021/2022 Ford Bronco sixth generation!
Yes! According to Ford, the Bronco Everglades comes out summer of 2022! Let the excitement continue…
A fully loaded 2022 Ford Bronco can start near $47,780 for a two-door and the price extends greater for four-door models and additions. Ask our car experts in Reading for specifics and give us a call today at 877-866-6272!
In the late nineties, two-door SUV’s once lost their popularity and demand. Along came the Ford Expedition and then the more spacious Ford Excursion.
Luckily, the long awaited 2021 Ford Bronco has arrived for Bronco connoisseurs and the wait is now over! Pre-order and test drive yours! learn more about this model from Tom Masano Ford today!
Yes! For the ultimate off-road experience, this vehicle was made to take off the doors, roof and the fender panels.
The long awaited 2021 Bronco has 3 new models which include: a two door option, four doors and a smaller Bronco Sport SUV for sale.