Mark Your Calendars for 2020

It’s Official: The Ford Bronco Is Back


Hot on the heels of the big hybrid Mustang and hybrid F-150 announcement last week, Ford just confirmed to the world that the Bronco is indeed making a comeback in 2020. But, before the hotly anticipated Bronco goes into production, the Ranger pickup will make its way back to US roads in 2019, for the first time in six years.

Nothing other than the production year is known at this point since Ford didn’t show any images or specs for either model. But it’s safe to assume the Bronco will likely retake its place in the compact SUV segment and that the Ranger will take on the Chevy Colorado and Toyota Tacoma in the ever-expanding mid-size pickup market. Ford’s likely route would be to simply scale down the F-150 architecture for the Ranger and shorten up the wheelbase on the two-door Raptor for The Bronco.

Both trucks are long overdue; ever since the F-150 grew into a gargantuan freight-liner, Ford has been noticeably absent from the more sensible mid-size pickup segment. The Bronco is something that Ford fans, along with the off-roading community, have been pining for year after year. But if it ends up looking anything like the fan-made concept that made the rounds last year, it will be well worth the wait.

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