The enthusiasts had hoped for it and were ultimately satisfied. The Ford Bronco, the legendary American all-terrain vehicle produced in five generations since 1965, it can already be ordered from Italian Ford dealers and can be configured online. For the first time in 57 years, it is no longer necessary to go to importers to buy it.
Layouts and prices
The Ford Bronco only comes in the five-door version and is powered by a powerful 2.7 V6 biturbo with 335 hp and 10-speed automatic gearbox. Two settings: Outer Banks or Badlands. The price? It starts from 77 thousand euros.
The Bronco directly challenges the Jeep Wrangler, which is also only offered as a five-door, the Land Rover Defender and, rising in price, the Mercedes-Benz G-Class. to off road, hard 4×4 and pure and fun, even over the top in the equipment. The Bronco gets removable doors and roof and is sold with a host of off-road accessories. Technology will not be missing: the infotelematic system will be controlled from a 12-inch touchscreen in the center of the dashboard and will be compatible with Android Auto and Apple Car Play and will be equipped with 360-degree cameras to facilitate maneuvering and off-road to ride.
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