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When Ford introduced his new Bronco family, made up of the desired Bronco and the Bronco Sport, the second with a more focus SUV In design and platform, in fact it has the same base as the Kuga, it seemed to be effectively an SUV like the ones we usually know, only with a design similar to that of its 100% off-road brother and a historical name that at the Marketing level could work a lot. better than any other.
However, as in other cases, Ford shows us that his thing is not to resort to big names just because, and as it happened with the Mustang, he shows us that the younger brother of the Bronco family proves to be more than worthy of the name Bronco. even when you take it off the tarmac and onto the most challenging terrain. In fact, our test with its Badlands version, the most off-road available, already warned us of that, although the best example has now come to us with the latest video of the famous drift driver and Ford ambassador. Vaughn Gittin Jr on his Instagram account.
A born climber
And it is that the pilot has taken this Ford Bronco Badlands to the complicated route of Hell’s Gate on Moab, Utah. There the Baby Bronco has shown that it knows how to climb the rock so well on this steep climb, where despite the unevenness the Badlands overcomes all obstacles pulling excellently even with one of its wheels in the air, making it very clear that way that he does not have much to envy his brother Bronco.
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A worthy prelude to the new Bronco
It must be recognized that the version Badlands The Bronco Sport has some extras that allow you to improve its off-road performance such as its 29-inch off-road wheels or one extended ground clearance. To this is added that the person in charge of climbing this Bronco Sport through this throat is Loren Healy, an expert driver in off-road driving, although seeing the ease with which the SUV completes the climb we can give the car all the merits.
In fact, taking into account the very high demand that Ford is experiencing with the Bronco (just) this Badlands does not seem like a bad option for those who are already looking for a more than worthy SUV with which to leave asphalt without worries.
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