2015 Ford Bronco rumored price, features, and specs
According to the recent reports, the American multinational automaker is all set to thrill the fans of Ford vehicles with the launch of the all-new 2015 Ford Bronco SUV in the market.Here's a shot of the proposed Bronco:
Ford manufactured the first generation of the car in 1966. Back in 2004, the company showcased the Bronco with its retro look in an auto show, but this car could never manage to enter into production.
(Image from here)
There's a lot of "if"s involved. If this is for real, and if Ford brings it to market at the price point suggested (i.e. not a "boutique" car at double the price it should command like the Thunderbird), and if Ford offers it with a common sense motor (i.e. a good old fashioned V8 in the mix as well as the "eco boost" V6 rumored), I'd be quite interested. The kids are old enough that they can climb in and out of a back seat by themselves (or, more often than not, just sit in the front passenger seat).
Of course, if Ford were to really go retro and offer a model with the completely removable roof like the first generation, I'd be hard-pressed to pass it up..
I've pretty much decided that the Dodge will stay for the foreseeable future, at least until it starts needing more work than a car payment every month. I kinda like not having a monthly payment, and I also like not having to shell out an arm and a leg at the yearly tax bill. With the Dodge getting on in years, though, it's anyone's guess how much longer the ol' girl has - it might be another year or two before she starts falling apart, or it could be another 7 years and 80K miles.
I do have to admit, though, that the new Bronco looks like it might be a strong contender...
That is all.