2017 Ford Bronco: Ford's Latest F-Series Addition

Mar 02, 2017 06:00 AM EST | Ivy Lebanan

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The American multinational automaker, Ford, has added a new addition in their F-Series. The F-150 concept is also known as the 2017 Ford Bronco is the new highlight of the company when it comes to their light to medium duty trucks.

The previous version of this model was able to keep the attention for a long time as the Bronco concept. For the Ford fans, this model is a bomb and is expected to have a high and large number of productions.

For the past 30 years, a lot has been changed or upgraded for this model. It is also expected to modify the previous two-door concept to four-door that would be the same as the latest SUV models.

The company made this concept as a study on how the market would react on this new Ford model. They were not disappointed with the test result since they have gathered a lot of expectations to produce this car model again. However, it took almost 10 years before the company made a move.

Today, the 2017 Ford Bronco may still keep the company's offer as a two-door SUV along with its classic boxy design. This kind of design is not that popular in the last few years, but since there is a big possibility that Ford is doing it today, car enthusiast, as well as Ford fans, are expecting some surprise with the model.

Based on the previous version, there is a big possibility that this model may also have some of the old under the hood system. It may also be powered by an intercooler 2.0 liter four cylinder turbo diesel engine alongside with a PowerShift manual six-speed transmission and an AWD system.

The said engine will provide the 2017 Ford Bronco with a 128 of horsepower with a torque of 244 lb-ft. Some of Ford's EcoBoost engines is also possible for this model, aside from it is the same engine used on some of today's car models, it is also very economical and efficient.

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