2018 Ford Bronco Will Dominate the Mid-Size SUV Category After Its Decade of Absence

Mar 07, 2017 10:10 AM EST | Hannah Jill


The Ford Bronco is back on the road to give Ford fans a chance to experience an amazing drive and give the company's competitors a tough fight. Ths car became the most famous model by car manufacturer Ford Motor.

In fact, this model has started the crossover bandwagon. Market players just find it funny that after the bonanza, it is missing in the market now for almost a decade. Gossips and innuendos that the car manufacturer had been on the drawing board for a new model since way back 2003. The good news is that the 2018 Ford Bronco will be manufactured locally with its sales booming.

The 2018 Ford Bronco is part of the new Ford SUV line-up of Ford since it's the best selling brand when it comes to Sports Utility Vehicles. The auto company is taking advantage of the steady rise in sales when it comes to SUVs.

According to Ford New Models, a lot of speculations are circulating about the 2018 Ford Bronco, which includes creating 2 to 4 designs to match the preference of every consumer out there. It will be made with an off-road driving mentality in mind. So do not expect the new model to cushy and soft.

The SUV is rumored to be getting a 250 HP, 2.0 OR 2.3 Liter, 4 cylinder engine as its based design.  A more powerful upgrade to a 325 HP, 2.7-liter twin turbo V6 engine can be a choice. A diesel engine can be a possibility. It can have a 0.5 liters in-line, 5 turbo engine but remodeled a little bit so that its power and gas consumption would not be compromised. A basic 6-speed manual transmission is said to be in the works but customers can upgrade it to 10 speed automatic.

With the market expecting a shift in its car choices, today is the right choice to reintroduce the 2018 Ford Bronco to the riding public. Daily Sun reported that the lack of well-known SUVs and Crossover by other manufacturers put Ford in a leading position to make the move leaving Chevrolet and Suburban closely behind. With the Crossover market sales heating up drastically, only Toyota is expected to give a lively completion to the 2018 Ford Bronco.

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