Bronco For Sale in York, PA

After discontinuing the fifth-generation Ford Bronco In 1996, Ford decided to bring the Bronco back a few years ago following a 25-year hiatus. This wasn't a surprise seeing as how the Bronco was the first SUV Ford ever released to the public in the 1960s. But some people did worry about what kind of reaction the newest Ford Bronco would get once it made its return.

Ford quickly showed everyone why they shouldn't have had any concerns. Since returning to the scene, the sixth-generation Ford Bronco has checked all the right boxes among those who used to own older Broncos and those who are just introduced to the Bronco for the first time. Let's look at the features that people have fallen in love with when it comes to the latest Ford Bronco.

The Ford Bronco Is Available in a Wide Range of Trims

When shopping for a new Ford Bronco, one of the first things you'll notice is that there are many trims available. You'll be able to choose from a staggering ten trims, bringing something slightly different to the table. The ten trim options offered are the Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, Heritage Edition, Badlands, Wildtrak, Everglades, Heritage Limited Edition, and Raptor.

It's Also Available in Two Distinct Body Styles

When Ford announced that it would bring back the Bronco, people wondered whether or not it would still have just two doors as the older Broncos did. Ford eventually revealed it would allow people to get their hands on the two-door Ford Broncos if they wanted. However, the company also announced it would be offering the Ford Bronco with a four-door option. Additionally, Ford has provided the opportunity to choose soft tops or hard tops for drivers for their new Broncos. They also get to pick out removable body panels for certain trims.

It Comes Equipped With a Powerful Engine

While Ford decided not to drop an eight-cylinder engine into the new Ford Bronco, the automaker still managed to provide people with the power they would expect from a Bronco. If you decide to purchase a Ford Bronco, you'll be able to choose from one of two powerful engines. The standard engine included in the new Broncos is a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine that can produce up to 300 horsepower. The second option is a twin-turbo 2.7-liter V-6 engine that can provide up to 330 horsepower. Each of these engines comes with a 10-speed automatic transmission.

It Has All the Right Off-Roading Capabilities

Not everyone who buys a new Ford Bronco will utilize it for off-roading purposes. But the Bronco always was and always will be an off-roading vehicle at heart, so it comes with a lengthy list of off-roading capabilities that enable it to maneuver over almost any terrain. It comes with a standard 4x4 system, electronic locking front and rear differentials, optional 35-inch mud-terrain tires, and seven available G.O.A.T. (Goes Over Any Terrain) modes that can be used to push the latest Ford Bronco to the limit.

It Offers a Whole Host of Infotainment Features

The new Bronco might be one of the toughest and most durable vehicles in Ford's current lineup, but Ford still took the time to ensure that it has more than enough technological features crammed into it to put it on par with other SUVs like it. It comes with an 8.0-inch or 12.0-inch touchscreen in the dashboard, Ford's in-dash Sync 4 software that can connect directly to your smartphone, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration. You can also upgrade your Ford Bronco to include built-in navigation and other tech features that will put it over the top.

It Extends a Long List of Safety Features

If you're planning on taking full advantage of the new Ford Bronco's off-roading capabilities, you'll appreciate the peace of mind that the safety features in the Bronco will bring to you. It'll come outfitted with safety features like available forward collision warning and automated emergency braking, as well as available lane-departure and lane-keep assist. You can also choose to equip a Ford Bronco with safety equipment that will make it much safer for you and your passengers to drive over trails or even participate in rock climbing in your SUV.

It Starts at the Right Price

So many Ford Bronco trims are available now that it can often take time and effort to nail down an exact starting price for one. The price you'll pay for a Ford Bronco will depend on everything from which trim you choose to go with to which optional features you choose to add.

But generally speaking, the MSRP for the Ford Bronco base trim will start at just under $34,000. From there, the price may creep up depending on whether you want a specific trim or features included in a Ford Bronco. However, you should be able to build the perfect Ford Bronco for your budget by working with a reputable Ford dealership that can lend a hand while shopping for one.

Stop by Our Dealership To Test Drive a New Ford Bronco

It doesn't matter if you've been driving Ford Broncos since the 1960s or if you're only learning about the Ford Bronco in 2022. Apple Ford of York can help you discover more about the latest Ford Bronco models and put you in a position to purchase one for the right price. We can set you up with a test drive in a new Ford Bronco and discuss what makes it different from other off-roading SUVs.

When you buy a Ford Bronco from our dealership, we can also assist you with financing it if you need it. Our team at Apple Ford of York will be glad to walk you through the options that you'll have and find a Ford Bronco for you that will fit into your budget.

Contact us today to schedule a Ford Bronco test drive or ask any questions about the latest Ford Broncos.