Due to popular demand, the Ford Bronco is being refreshed. This iconic vehicle was considered to be one of the top 4x4 vehicles in the world for over 30 years. From the mid-sixties until the mid-nineties, this was the go-to rugged vehicle for drivers all over the country.

With the introduction of the 2020 Ford Bronco in central OR, this classic vehicle is getting a total refresh, including the latest in smart technology and a new, bolder look. The Bronco will achieve all this while staying true to the model's rugged roots.


First Look

The 2020 Ford Bronco in central OR has bodywork from the current-generation Ranger pickup truck; however, the wheels are pushed much farther back. There are short overhangs, making this a great vehicle for off-roading, and it seems as though Ford is working hard to create some competition for Jeep.

The truck features BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A tires, which are available with the FX4-package, and are currently available on the Ford Ranger.


A Two-Door Design

With the new and improved Ford Bronco, Ford plans to offer a base four-door option. There has, however, been question around the possibility of Ford also offer a two-door rival for even more competition in its class.


The Roof and Doors Can Be Removed

One of the biggest appealing features of the Bronco's key competitors is the fact that both the roof and the doors are removable. This feature is also going to be available with the new 2020 Ford Bronco in central OR. The hardtop on the Bronco can be taken off, and the doors are able to be stored in the trunk.

To increase safety, the mirrors are going to be mounted to A-pillars, rather than to the doors. This means even when the doors are removed, the mirrors will remain in place for great side and rear visibility.


The Design's Based on the New Ranger

When Ford first announced that the Bronco was coming back, the manufacturer also confirmed that the Ranger would be making a return. The new Bronco and the new Ranger are going to share the same platform.

Just like the platform, the Bronco is also going to share the same drivetrain as the Ranger. This is a 2.3-liter EcoBoost inline-four, which was once available in the Ford Focus RS.


Experience the 2020 Ford Bronco in Person

When the time comes to purchase a new vehicle, the 2020 Ford Bronco is one to consider. Stop by our Ford dealership in central OR for more information on the new vehicle. Though the 2020 Bronco has not yet been released, our product specialists will have the most current information to keep you updated from now until it hits our showroom.

Our team can answer any questions you may have about the Bronco or our other Ford models and we will ensure you are fully confident in your new vehicle before driving it off the lot.  Come visit our team at TS&S Ford today!