Ford’s first attempt at a Jeep-like vehicle was epic. The same size as a Jeep with a roof and doors that came off, ready to go from the dealership to the nearest mountaintop. Sadly, the subsequent models became porky grocery-getters. Someone at Ford woke up and saw the tremendous piles of cash being raked in by the folks at Jeep. In a moment of clarity, they found the designs for the original Ford Bronco and updated it for 2021. It retains the rugged, square-jawed look of the Classic, with modern electronics and power so it’s the same yet better. The latest Bronco is a great alternative to a Jeep. If you order the Sasquatch model, it can take you anywhere you want to go in retro style. Better yet, if you take the doors off your Bronco, there’s room for them in the back and you’ll still have rear-view mirrors; Ford.com.
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