Ford shows what the 2021 Bronco Sport light SUV is capable ofAugust 16, 2020
According to an official video from the American automaker, the smaller version of the reborn Bronco SUV, the Bronco Sport, has impressive off-road capabilities. The video was filmed in the highlands of the city of Moab (USA).
Apparently, the new generation Ford Bronco SUV can rightfully be called a worthy successor to the off-road legend of the last century. As you know, the American automaker will offer customers two versions of the revived Bronco – a regular, “full-bodied” Bronco, as well as a smaller Bronco Sport.
With a more affordable price tag, more fuel efficient powerplant and a one-piece design, the Bronco Sport may seem like a vehicle built for urban conditions rather than tough off-roading. But, judging by a recent video that was filmed in the mountainous area of the city of Moab (USA), the Bronco Sport is a serious SUV.
Moab, Utah is where off-road enthusiasts from all over the US flock to prove their off-road driving skills and show the capabilities of their SUVs and trucks.
In the latest part of Ford’s advertising campaign for the Bronco SUV, we can see the all-new Bronco in a variety of trim levels that tackles the difficult terrain of Moab to show customers exactly what it can do. This particular video shows the capabilities of the Bronco Sport “light” SUV.
The Bronco Sport has it all to prove to buyers who are very skeptical that a tiny family SUV can take the tough test that it really is. This family SUV easily overcomes challenging obstacles and challenges while being fitted with factory tires as standard. The Bronco Sport can navigate the sandy dunes and uneven roads quite easily.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that there are five different variants of the 2021 Ford Bronco SUV. The American automaker unveiled five concept versions of the Ford Bronco in celebration of the 55th anniversary of the birth of the iconic SUV. These vehicles are designed to show potential SUV buyers how they can personalize the vehicle to suit their needs.
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