Bronco Tag

MagnaFlow has recently stepped up the game for Ford Bronco Raptor owners by introducing the Overland Series exhaust system, designed to showcase the 3.0-liter EcoBoost engine's power. This cat-back exhaust system not only enhances the sound but also ensures a pleasant driving experience at highway speeds, thanks to its no-drone technology. Swapping out the stock exhaust from the catalytic converter back, the Overland Series system features 3.0-inch piping, a pair of 11-inch straight-through mufflers, and tucked exhaust outlets for improved clearance. For $3,599, you'll also get 304 stainless steel active exhaust valves. MagnaFlow, hailing from sunny Oceanside, graciously offers a lifetime warranty on this beast of an exhaust system - a must for the price tag. The Ford Bronco Raptor has seen its share of price hikes, with the starting price now sitting at a whopping $78,580. This off-road powerhouse pushes out 418 horsepower and 440 pound-feet of torque, making it the

The 2023 Ford Bronco has experienced a series of price increases, with two-door trims seeing a $500 or $1,250 hike, four of the four-door trims rising by $750, and options or option packages becoming $150 to $1,200 more expensive. Moreover, according to Bronco6G, the Bronco Raptor's MSRP has jumped by an additional $2,000. The price of the Bronco Raptor, after destination and before options, was initially set at $69,995, making it a competitive alternative to the Jeep Wrangler 392, priced at $76,395. However, the 2023 Bronco Raptor now costs $78,580. With destination charges rising by $200 to $1,795, the pre-options price stands at $80,375. The Wrangler 392 now demands $84,290 after destination, maintaining some distance between the Ford and Jeep models. However, the previous difference of $6,400 has been reduced to $3,915. It's important to note that this difference is somewhat superficial. The Wrangler 392 includes Uconnect 4C with navigation as standard,

Ford's line of Raptor vehicles offers off-road capabilities most buyers likely will never come close to experiencing. Ford wants to change that by offering buyers of the Bronco Raptor a chance to go off-roading in the 418-hp SUV in a controlled environment, and with full instruction. The Blue Oval on Friday announced a special program exclusive to Bronco Raptor buyers to be held at the Bronco Off-Roadeo driving school located at Mt. Potosi, Nevada. The program consists of a one-day training course and is included with the purchase of a 2022 or 2023 Bronco Raptor. Course participants have to provide their own transport to the school and can bring a guest at extra cost. Ford has four of the Bronco Off-Roadeo driving schools in the country. The others are located at Horseshoe Bay, Texas; Moab, Utah; and Gilford, New Hampshire. Each offers specific courses for the Bronco and Bronco Sport. The Nevada school also offers courses for the

Over the decades, the Blue Oval company has allowed its renowned Ford Bronco nameplate to incur great changes – all destined to fulfill the needs of the U.S. car market at the time. The original Ford Bronco was born as the first SUV model developed by the second-largest U.S. automaker. In production since 1965 (around the same time the company’s Mustang was establishing the pony car sector), the rugged series had an uninterrupted stint over five generations, until 1996. During that time, it quickly morphed from the initial compact SUV offering produced on a dedicated platform that was set to compete with the similarly-sized Jeep CJ-5 International Harvester Scout and Toyota Land Cruiser in three-door SUV, two-door pickup truck and no-door ‘roadster’ form. As such, beginning with the second generation in 1978, and until its initial demise in 1996, the Ford Bronco settled on the three-door SUV body style and transformed into a short-wheelbase adaptation of

Texas-based tuning company Hennessey renowned for making fast cars faster takes Ford's high performance version of the Bronco to the next level. If there were ever a company you would want to modify your high horsepower American car, it's surely Hennessey. The Ford Bronco Raptor is the latest vehicle to receive the full Hennessey treatment with the Bronco VelociRaptor 500. Located in Sealy, Texas since 1991, Hennessey has been turning up the wick on Vipers, Mustangs, Corvettes, and basically any other performance car since. Though it also tinkers with European makes, most of its creations are American vehicles. The Hennessey VelociRaptor Is A D.I.N.O. (Dinosaur In Name Only) Ford's top version of the Bronco (often nicknamed 'Braptor') is already a very powerful and capable off-road SUV, but the folks at Hennessey think there's more performance to squeeze out of it. The result is the VelociRaptor 500 upgrade package which - through several engine modifications - increases the

RIGID Industries lights may be a little more expensive than competing lights, but they’re definitely worth their money. Designed and engineered in the United States of America, these high-quality lights are compatible with many vehicles, including the most badass Ford Bronco of them all. Owned by Bronco6G member Cactus Jack, the blue-painted rig in the featured clip is rocking a couple of ditch lights connected to the AUX 2 switch. The crème de la crème is the light bar mounted on the windshield frame, right in front of the Carbonized Gray molded-in-color hard top. The light bar is connected to the AUX 3 switch. As for the AUX 1 switch, that one’s tasked with turning the front bumper-mounted fog lights on or off. Given the sticker price of the Bronco Raptor, it’s no wonder Cactus Jack decided to spend top dollar on high-quality aftermarket lights. The most off-road-capable Bronco in production today retails

While Ford seems to be planning the next-generation Bronco, Roush has focused on the current one, launching a comprehensive bundle of upgrades for it. Named the Roush R, it gives the 4x4 a more look-at-me flair and joins the ranks of the Ranger, F-150, Super Duty, and Mustang. It can be installed at dealers, and those who are not afraid of elbow grease can take care of this aspect on their own. Priced at $8,400, the Roush R tuning kit for the sixth-gen Ford Bronco brings visual and technical upgrades. The high-capacity air-filtration system with a see-through cover is one of the novelties, as is the pre-filter with ‘R’ logo. There are new lights attached to the front pillars for increased visibility at night, and new 8.5x17-inch wheels, wrapped in 35-inch General Tire Grabber X3 Mud-Terrain tires for enhanced traction. Should it get stuck, then the recovery kit will come in handy,