2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport First Ride | Jeeps beware

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It will be a while yet before we get unrestricted access to the 2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport, but as part of the company's "Bronco Day" celebrations the second week of August, Ford invited media out for a sneak peek and ride-along in both the new two-door Bronco and the "Baby" Bronco Sport at the
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new Holly Oaks ORV park in Holly, Mich., to get a feel for its new 4x4s. Let's get this out of the way straight from the top: These suckers are the real deal.

Ford had two trucks present for ride-alongs: a two-door Bronco and a Bronco Sport. Both were Badlands models equipped with optional off-road tires that were crucial for the loose surfaces and grades we encountered at the park. The Bronco was equipped with the base 2.3-liter, 270-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder and seven-speed manual transmission – that's six traditional forward gears, plus a crawler gear for off-road purposes. The Sport was equipped with the more powerful of the model's two available engines – the 2.0-liter, 245-horsepower turbo-four – which is standard on Badlands…
Byron Hurd
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