5 Advantages of the Ford Bronco Over the Jeep Wrangler


While the Jeep Wrangler has long dominated the off-road enthusiast market, here’s how Ford’s resurrected Bronco poses the biggest threat.

For many years, the Jeep Wrangler was the only option for an old-school SUV capable of tackling the country’s most difficult trails. There are other capable 4x4s on the market, but none offer the Jeep’s exceptional off-road capabilities. It’s a toy designed specifically for rough off-road trails. Models such as the Chevy Blazer, Dodge Ram Charger, Nissan Pathfinder, Toyota 4 Runner, and Ford Bronco all attempted to dethrone the off-road world’s top dog. Some had brief success over the years, but Jeep always seemed to regain its footing.

While the Jeep Wrangler has long dominated the off-road enthusiast market, here’s how Ford’s resurrected Bronco poses the biggest threat.

Until now, that is. Ford has emerged from hiding and resurrected the mighty Ford Bronco, one of the best off-road SUVs of all time. They did not, however, bring it back to be the basic Bronco that you are all accustomed to. This one has all of today’s innovative technology, tomorrow’s aggressive futuristic looks, and the dependability of the Ford name.

Let’s take a closer look at why the Ford Bronco is superior to the Jeep Wrangler, at least on paper. You’ll have to experiment to find out for sure.

The Bronco Is More Spacious

It’s no secret that the Wrangler’s cabin isn’t the most spacious or comfortable. It is a vehicle designed for off-roading, so the cab sits inside the wheels to protect it when off-roading. This results in a more crowded interior. When you look at the Bronco, you will notice that it is shaped more like a traditional SUV. The body is wider and extends beyond the width of the wheels. This means more interior space, which may be a big selling point for some people, especially if they have a large family. In fact, the Bronco has the largest capacity in the compact SUV class, with up to 77.6 cubic feet.

The Ford Bronco Is Easier To Use Off Road

If you want an SUV that can go off-road without making too many decisions about driving modes, the Bronco might be a better option. For starters, its transfer box is electronic, so instead of wrestling with a lever, you simply turn a dial and you’re in four low. It also has an automatic mode that allows the vehicle to make all decisions for you. All you have to do now is drive. This is ideal for beginners. However, the electronic transfer box dial is not as dependable and long-lasting as the standard shifter in the Wrangler.

The Ford Bronco Does High-Speed Off-Roading Extremely Well

Both the Jeep and the Ford are excellent off-road vehicles in their own right. Because of the different suspension systems, the Wrangler excels at rock crawling while the Bronco excels at high-speed desert bashing. When driving quickly over dirt, the Bronco maintains its composure and rarely bottoms out its suspension. Also, the ride is noticeably smoother, whether going slow or fast. The best part is that you can improve it even more with an aftermarket suspension system. So, if your off-road adventures are primarily on dirt roads and challenging but not extreme trails, the Bronco is the way to go.

The Bronco Has A Great Infotainment Screen

Ford has recently been producing excellent infotainment screens, which have made their way into the Bronco, which now has a 12-inch display. The Bronco has an excellent front-facing camera that makes off-roading much easier, in addition to a usable menu with great graphics and response. Particularly when driving up steep hills, which create a large blind spot in front of your wheels. The Wrangler has a front-facing camera as well, but the screen is much smaller and out of date. As a result, it is more difficult to read and less clear. Because it is an older model, differences like these are to be expected.

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