Ford Bronco Tag

The Ford Bronco has quickly established itself as a dominant force in the off-road vehicle market, rivaling icons like the Jeep Wrangler, Land Rover Defender, and Toyota 4Runner. The 2024 Ford Bronco, part of the sixth generation introduced in 2021, continues to offer impressive all-terrain capabilities, on-road comfort, and cutting-edge technology features, solidifying its position as a top choice for adventure enthusiasts. Off-Road Capabilities and Performance The 2024 Ford Bronco's off-road capabilities are nothing short of extraordinary. Its independent front suspension and choice of two powerful engines – a 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder (300 horsepower, 325 lb-ft) and an optional 2.7-liter turbocharged V6 (330 horsepower, 415 lb-ft) – ensure a smooth and confident drive across various terrains. The Bronco's available terrain management system, featuring five different drive modes, adapts to different off-road conditions, providing optimal performance and control. On-Road Comfort and Handling While designed for off-road adventures, the Ford Bronco doesn't compromise on-road

The Blue Oval company is currently experiencing the classic pre-delivery mountain of hype for one of its most eagerly-awaited models, the 2024 Ford Mustang. But the aftermarket world is still interested in presenting us with ‘yesterday’s’ SUV hero, the reinvented sixth-gen Bronco - and we’re all in because of some outrageous details. Sure, everyone wants to know the Ford Mustang pricing guide and order info so that we can better compare the seventh-generation S650 to the rest of the pony and muscle car world – aka the 2023 Dodge Challenger and Chevy Camaro. But if they are like me, generalists, many Blue Oval folks would also love to season the latest and (arguably) greatest sports car icon with something that allows for cool adventures when thinking of going off the beaten path. And there is nothing more hyped, beloved, and ‘slapped’ for its many flaws than the reimagined sixth-gen Ford Bronco – the ‘ultimate’ dune-bashing

The aftermarket for the 2021-and-newer Bronco is slowly but steadily picking up steam. The latest build that caught yours truly’s attention is a proper custom build from the peeps at Galpin Auto Sports, who repainted the Bronco in that rich green of Land Rovers from the good ol’ days. Tastefully matched with a Wimbledon White-painted hard top, the rich green extends to the fender flares, which house 20-inch wheels from Detroit Steel. Topped with chrome hub caps that read F in a retro typeface, said wheels match the hard top’s white. This color extends to the Raptor-style grille. Up front, you’ll also find a triple light mount from Swarfworks, complete with Baja Designs LP6 Pro lights: two clear and one amber. Baja Designs bumper-mounted pocket lights need to be mentioned as well, plus the Baja Designs reverse light mounted at the center of the spare tire carrier. All five rubber boots come courtesy

Christmas came early for us in 2022 when a Ford Bronco arrived on Dec. 14. It was our first time with one here in Utah and, even more importantly, it came in the form of the very hard-to-find “Raptor.” With the introduction of the Bronco, Ford has conjured up all kinds of past memories and feelings for us of being teenagers and spending time in the foothills with our friends. The new Bronco is just that — a testament to its past but injected with just enough modernness for it to really stand out in today’s crowd. We fell in love with the Bronco’s headlights and boxy look after spending a week using it to get around in one of the largest storms we have seen here in Utah in the past few years. Even with all the snow and bad weather, we had folks stopping us wherever we went

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,