Ford Bronco SUV has plenty of room to sleep

Ford Bronco SUV has plenty of room to sleep

November 13, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

As the American automaker assures, the new generation Ford Bronco SUV has enough space to sleep.

Some people see life as an exciting adventure. For others, life is a constant debilitating cascade of bad events that make it difficult to just stay alive. For both types, sleep in the car is not only probable but inevitable. Ford wants you to know that by purchasing the new Bronco four-door SUV, you can at least get some sleeping space in the car.

The latest press release from Ford focuses on this very feature of the 2021 SUV.

Ford says that in a four-door body, the all-new Bronco has a total of 83 cubic feet of rear cargo space when fitted with the standard soft top. Choosing a hard roof reduces that figure to 77.6 cubic feet, but regardless of design, Ford claims more room than the four-door Jeep Wrangler.

The roof design also does not affect legroom, which reaches 228.6 cm with the rear seats folded down and the front seats fully pushed forward. However, this kind of legroom is only for the “guys who got kicked out of the house” (the release says), because it is measured diagonally across the back half of the Bronco. If you want to take a nap with a partner, you will only have 200.66 cm.

However, these numbers refer to the closed rear doors of the Bronco. Ford will offer an optional retractable tailgate that, with the doors open, provides nearly 243.84cm side-by-side for two. Of course, leaving the doors open is “inviting all kinds of predatory animals to you.”

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