New Ford Bronco Vehicles for Sale

Powertrain

There are a couple of powertrain choices for Bronco buyers. The standard is a 10-speed automatic transmission and a 2.3-liter turbocharged inline four-cylinder that puts out 270 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque. The 7-speed manual transmission pairs with a 2.7-liter twin-turbo V6, offering 310 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque. You'll get the more powerful engine as standard equipment with a step up to the First Edition or the WildTrak. When properly equipped, these models can pull up to 3,500 pounds around Hopatcong.


Trim Levels

Fans of the Bronco have been waiting for its return for years, and the wait is finally over. The trim lineup starts with the base model, which is anything but stripped down. You'll find all the features you need, and you can customize it to suit your lifestyle. The base model will get the job done with its standard, road-ready all-wheel drive. Other options include:

The Big Bend: You can't beat the Big Bend near Newton for a few extra features. You will find a leather-covered steering wheel, heated front seats, and remote start on the inside. On the outside, its aluminum wheels add an eye-catching glimmer.

The Black Diamond: Take another step up, and you'll discover that the Black Diamond is ideal for drivers who want to go off-road every so often. Its interior is completely washable so that those muddy trail rides won't leave too much of a mark. Other aspects, such as a locking rear differential, skid plates, and heavy-duty bumpers, add to the Black Diamond's off-road credentials.

The Outer Banks: The line continues with the Ford Bronco Outer Banks, which provides a stylish look and a long list of tech features. You'll get LED headlights and taillights and a 12-inch touchscreen infotainment system that includes navigation. The optional Bang & Olufsen sound system is a worthy addition for the music lover in your life.

The Badlands: While the other trims on our list are great choices, the Ford Bronco Badlands is for serious off-roaders. Its high-performance suspension makes rock crawling easy, while its available 35" tires can tackle the toughest terrain. Other notable upgrades include a marine-grade interior and rugged rock rails.

The WildTrak: This trim gives drivers near Sparta, NJ a different way to have fun off-road. Its 2.7-liter turbo V6 is peppy and responsive, while its 10-speed automatic transmission arrives appropriately tuned for high performance.

The First Edition: This setup is a limited-edition trim level. It offers the best features of all the other Bronco trim levels, special exterior styling, and unique badging. Ford only produced 3,500, which makes the First Edition a hot commodity. Try out its leather seats and opulent features for yourself.

Whether you are going for a base model or a First Edition, you're sure to love everything about the new Ford Bronco. Request additional information on our site or call today to schedule a test drive.

Introducing the New Ford Bronco for Sale in Netcong

After a 26-year hiatus, the Bronco is back and better than ever. The new Ford Bronco is available to lease, purchase, and test drive, and there are multiple trim levels to choose from with the help of Family Ford Inc. in Netcong.

Exterior Styling

The Ford Bronco comes with two body styles, four-door and two-door, with the former having a wheelbase that's approximately six inches longer than that of the latter. No matter which you choose, you'll get removable doors and a removable roof, as well as 16" silver wheels and tow hooks at the front and rear.

On the Big Bend model, you'll get 17" wheels, a gray grille, and LED fog lights. The Black Diamond Bronco adds skid plates, rock rails, and a stronger front bumper. The Badlands offers a beefed-up rear bumper, and the WildTrak comes with unique graphics and an upgraded hardtop.

On the Inside

Drivers around Hackettstown can choose from two- and four-door configurations; both versions offer ample front and rear legroom and headroom. While the two-door model has slightly less cargo room, there's still plenty of space for your family and all their gear.

Mechanical

All new Ford Bronco SUVs have four-wheel drive. There's also an optional specialized AWD system to consider. You'll get a two-speed transfer case with an available seven-speed manual that includes a rock-crawling mode. Drivers in the Netcong area will find so many mechanical options on the Bronco that they are sure to find a configuration that suits their budget and needs.

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