The new 2021 Ford Bronco will be coming out in the Spring of this year, and it will be based on the Ranger pickup truck. This new Ford is suggested to have a rugged body frame with doors that are removable, a spare tire that mounts in the rear, off-road capability that is legitimate, and a box style that St Louis and Belleville drivers everywhere will like.

There is also a turbocharged 2-liter inline-four-cylinder base engine and a hybrid V-6 powertrain that will be offered with the new Ford Bronco. Drivers coming from Collinsville will love that the engine on this Bronco has the power of the 2019 Mustang, and the engine is so powerful that you can both hear and feel it. There is also the possibility that a hybrid Bronco model of this vehicle will be launched in the future.

The new Ford Bronco has the same platform as the Ranger, so it should have the 10-speed automatic transmission, the electric power steering, and the 2-speed transfer case. This global vehicle will also likely have a non-gas engine and a unique 7-speed manual transmission. The closest competitor of the Ford Bronco has removable doors, and the new Ford Bronco may have both removable doors and a removable top so that drivers in O'Fallon can enjoy the sky and sun while they're out riding.

The 2021 Bronco could have front and rear axles just like the Wrangler to make it even more rugged. It will also likely have the new Sync 4 infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. This new vehicle should also have an off-road navigation system that is already being sold and used overseas in the Ranger Raptor and a "Convoy Communications" system. This advantage could possibly make it so that Bronco owners can chat with other Bronco owners with the FordPass app in Waterloo.

Our team at Holzhauer Auto Group believes you will love the driver assistance features that the 2021 Ford Bronco has to offer. Those features are just like the one the Ranger has, and they include different passive and active technologies like blind-spot monitoring, lane-keeping assistance, automatic emergency braking, and adaptive cruise control.

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