How Much Does the 2020 Ford Bronco Cost?
Ford fans were thrilled when Ford announced that it will be pulling the Bronco out of retirement. Originally designed to compete with the Jeep, the Bronco was a rugged vehicle that managed to be tough enough to handle off-road adventures, and useful as a family vehicle. In fact, many considered the original Ford Bronco an old-school SUV. Many mourned in 1996 when the last Ford Bronco rolled off the assembly line. Ford has decided that 2020 is the perfect time to introduce a whole new generation of drivers to the 2020 Ford Bronco.
How much will the 2020 Ford Bronco cost?
One of the first things Bronco fans ask is how much will the 2020 Ford Bronco cost. Asking the question now lets them plan ahead and start saving for the down payment.
So far, Ford has remained mum whenever asked a direct question about the price. Since the company plans to compete against the Jeep Wrangler and Toyota 4Runner for customers, it’s likely that the starting price will be between $30,000 and $35,000.
The 2020 Ford Bronco should look familiar
One of the great things Ford did when it decided to bring the Bronco out of retirement is that they didn’t mess with the basic design that made the Bronco so popular in the first place.
Sticking to the old school design should prove to be a brilliant move on Ford’s part. Those who loved the Bronco during the vehicle’s heyday will love how the familiar design triggers memories of their youth, while younger drivers will like having the option of driving something that doesn’t look like every other vehicle on the road.
What we kind of know about the 2020 Ford Bronco
Ford has been keeping it close to the chest with regards to details about the Ford Bronco. Confirming information isn’t easy. While no one has reported the company allowing the to test drive the highly anticipated 2020 Ford Bronco, images and videos have been captured of the test vehicle out and about. What we do know is:
- The 2020 Ford Bronco will be equipped with a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine
- Drivers will enjoy a hybrid powertrain
- There will be a two and four-door version
- The doors will be detachable
- The roof will be detachable
While the exterior of the 2020 Ford Bronco is expected to have an appealing old school charm, many anticipate that the interior will be equipped with all sorts of modern conveniences, including things like an infotainment center that will help drivers easily access the most up-to-date navigation systems, connects to their favorite electronic devices, and more.
It is also reasonable to assume that the vehicle will have at least a few USB ports so drivers can keep their phones and tablets fully charged while on the road.
Additional versions in the works
Ford is banking on people falling in love with the 2020 Ford Bronco. Because of this, plans are underway to create a few different versions of the Bronco. Ford fans can expect to see a Ford Bronco pick-up in the next few years. There’s also the Baby Bronco, which will basically be a smaller version of the 2020 Ford Bronco
Ford has announced that it will be manufacturing the 2020 Ford Bronco in Detroit.
Ford plans to start selling the 2020 Ford Bronco late in 2020, which means we should start to get more details about the vehicle including information about special features, the actual cost, and if there will be additional versions as well as a base model. It also shouldn’t be long before authentic reviews start crossing our newsfeeds.