Ford has announced the prices of the Bronco, which is now configurable – when the actual market launch of the model is not yet known
(Motorsport-Total.com/Motor1) – For the first time in history, the US SUV icon Ford Bronco (buy Ford Bronco used cars now) is also officially offered in Europe. And now the manufacturer has announced that orders for the legendary model will soon be available in Germany. It will be executed in two versions, but will only be available with a single engine.
Under the hood of the Bronco sits Ford’s 2.7-liter V6 EcoBoost engine with 335 hp and a generous maximum torque of 563 Nm. Of course, the model has all-wheel drive, an off-road chassis and up to seven different driving modes. The 10-speed automatic transmission with torque converter is standard on board. We were able to check how something like this drives in a short test.
The European Broncos are offered in two versions, the Outer Banks and the Badlands. The number will be limited. However, it is not yet known how many copies the manufacturer will actually bring to our continent in the end.
The basic version – the Bronco Outer Banks – is equipped as standard with everything that goes with it: automatic light, running boards, tinted rear windows, 18-inch rims in glossy black, all-terrain tires size 255/70 R18, a conventional spare wheel, the Underbody protection and heated mirrors.
For example, in the interior you will find a two-zone automatic climate control, a 12.0-inch multimedia system, an 8.0-inch digital instrument cluster, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, navigation, a 10-speaker stereo, a heated one Steering wheel, electrically adjustable and heated front seats, a wireless charging station, adaptive cruise control and a range of safety assistants.
The Bronco Badlands is better and almost fully equipped. For example, it has special side skirts, 17-inch wheels with 285/70 R17 A/T tires, roof rails, steel underbody protection and permanent four-wheel drive (in the case of the Outer Banks it can be switched on). The Badlands also features Bilstein dampers, a locking front differential and a front anti-roll bar for better off-road mobility. Additionally, the two-speed transfer case is electromechanical (it’s electronic on the Outer Banks).
The prizes offered by Ford? It starts at 74,500 euros for the Bronco Outer Banks. The Badlands version is 4,000 euros more expensive and therefore starts at 78,500 euros.