Ford Bronco: Through The Generations

 
"We've heard our customers loud and clear. They want a new generation of vehicles
that are incredibly capable yet fun to drive. The 2020 Ford Bronco will be a no-compromise midsize 4x4 utility for thrill-seekers who want to venture way beyond the city."

Joe Hinrich
President, Ford America

Your local Ford dealer is thrilled to welcome back this classic, sporty full-size SUV to the Ford lineup. It's been about a quarter of a century since the Ford Bronco came off the Ford Michigan Assembly Plant production line in Wayne, Michigan, and now the 2020 model is being manufactured at this very same plant. From the mid-1960s through the mid-1990s to now, the Ford Bronco stays true to its rugged heritage with many iconic features - like the CB radio, winch, pot-hole digger, power take-off, and auxiliary gas tank. Refinement in craftmanship offers the adventure-seeker the best of both worlds in the 2020 Ford Bronco, advancing as a Ford SUV to sharing many specs with the renowned Ford F-150. Proving its versatility and boldness since 1965, the 2020 Ford Bronco has been completed reimagined, with added style and extra layers of safety for the ultimate off-roading experience. Since leading its 4x4 class for over 4 decades, it's hard to believe the revamped 2020 Ford Bronco is almost here. We are proud to be your home for exceptional Ford trucks, cars, and SUV models, and we'll gladly take a walk with you down memory lane to reflect on the legendary Ford Bronco and its transformation throughout history.
Known for designing the Ford Mustang, Donald Frey and Lee Lacocca also created the famed Ford Bronco in 1965 as the 1966 model. The first generation three-door wagon Ford Bronco was omnipresent from 1966 to 1977 and available in three distinct body styles. Drivers could select a half-cab, a roadster, or a station wagon, which turned out to mold the production of future models. The second-generation was short-lived, highlighting the Ford F-100 axle, a larger removable hardtop, a rear lowering winder, and renovated square headlights. Its thirsty V8 engine and growing competition led to the third-generation Ford Bronco during the years of 1980 to 1986.


Based on the slightly smaller, yet still highly durable Ford F-150 frame, this model provided a more efficient six-cylinder engine option. This significantly lighter model was intended to target young couples and those in search of a brawny, spacious full-size SUV. The fourth-generation Ford Bronco was introduced in 1987 with an acclaimed status joining the Ford pickup F-series lineup. After thriving for almost a decade, adding luxurious trim packages and strapping safety elements, the fifth-generation 1966 Ford Bronco was discontinued due to consumer demands for larger SUV models that would accommodate more passengers. As we patiently await more information about the 2020 Ford Bronco, be sure to speak with our knowledgeable sales team about scheduling your test drive before it arrives at your local Ford dealership.

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Donley Ford of Galion

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Directions Galion, OH 44833

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