2020 Ford Bronco Base Price
2020 Ford Bronco Base Price Rumors have repeatedly torn the car industry into criticism with speculation about the revival of the Bronco. A comeback for such an iconic name would certainly arouse interest and at the same time shake the SUV segment. Although it is still speculative, most agree that Bronco will be based on the upcoming Ranger pickup and will have a body-on-frame design with a common set of drive options. However, styling will be unique to everyone.
We have heard and written our share of news around the subject. Recently, we’ve brought you a presentation of what the next-generation Ranger could look like for the US market, and rumours are about sharing his assembly line with the new Bronco. Previously, we reported that Ford is planning both for the Bronco and for Ranger in his Michigan assembly, by producing the focus and C-Max to Mexico 2018.
Fansites and forums are also full of anticipation. In February 2016 Bronco6G posted an enticing presentation of the Bronco of the sixth generation. It is strongly based on the 2004 Bronco concept truck, which reminds itself of the design of the original 1966 Bronco. As we said in our first coverage of rendering, we cannot find anything that we would change. There are several attributes that we bet will not make any production, but that’s another story.
Let’s see one thing: Bronco6G’s rendering is awesome. The overall design reminds very much of the original 1966 Bronco, but it still contains a lot of modern touches that bring it into the 21st century. However, the rendering shows a vehicle that is closely related to the F-150. If our speculations are right, the Bronco will be more akin to the medium-sized Ranger pickup, which makes it a smaller vehicle and a better compatible with the Jeep Wrangler. Nevertheless, this design could easily be scaled to the medium-sized SUV class.
The grid has a proud it horizontal bar flight through round headlights at both ends. The fenders also have this unmistakable Bronco character line. The ends of the bumper look to be borrowed from the F-150, while the center section has a built-in recreational winch and bull bar. We doubt that the bull rod and the winds will make the production, although the winds have a better chance of passing crash tests and pedestrian impact standards.
A single line of characters runs down the length of the SUV and looks like the first generation Bronco. The fenders have moderate cambers to cover the large tires. Modern wheels give the truck a fresh look, although Ford will probably use stronger units for the production vehicle.
This illustration clearly shows that the Bronco is a two-goal SUV. While we would like it, it is hard to imagine that Ford only offers this configuration. More likely would be a four-goal version or at least one with rear opening doors for easy access to the rear seats. Think of Toyota FJ Cruiser. The look at the Jeep Wrangler as a case study will show a majority of buyers opting for four doors. Maybe Ford will copy the Wrangler and give it two wheelbase lengths with two and four-door versions. Hey, everything’s possible.
Regardless of our speculation, we just hope Ford gives the Bronco some… Guts. Make his brawny vehicle worthy of his name – not something we would be tempted to call the Bronco II.
As we said about the future Ranger pickup, the Bronco is likely to borrow its drives from the F-150. We would appreciate if the 2.7-liter EcoBoost V-6 would be the volume motor, thanks to its 325 PS and 375 pound-foot torque. That would leave the current Wrangler JK’s 285-PS 3.6-liter V-8 easily out of the rifle. Optionally, we would like to see the well-regarded 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6. Maybe Ford saves this engine for a performance model. That makes sense when you consider that it makes an impressive 365 horsepower and 420 pound-foot torque.
Securing both engines will probably be Ford’s 10-speed automatic transmission. It would be fantastic to also see a six-manual guide, although we do not hold the breath. Of course, the Bronco is offered with a part-time 4WD system. This means that it has a two-speed transfer case that only sends the power to the front wheels when the driver chooses 4WD high or 4WD low range. This transfer case will most likely be electronic, which means that it works by rotating a dial and not by a shift lever on the ground. Expect that Ford also includes an electronic closing rear differential.
2020 Ford Bronco Base Price
The pricing is a far-fetched thing at this point, but we expect the Bronco to be very competitive with the next-generation Jeep Wrangler. The Wrangler’s prices have grown steadily, making him more expensive than the cheap thrill he started, as in the late 1940s. The current Wrangler JK Unlimited starts just under $28,000. As soon as the new generation debuts, this prize is likely to wappeln a few hundred dollars north. In short, the price of the Bronco will probably be between $30,000 and $45,000, depending on the options and the cut values.
Availability wise, the Bronco will only pass the following year after the Ranger pickup. This brings the SUV as a 2020 model, which meets at the end of 2019 the dealership showrooms.