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Discussion in 'Front Page Articles' started by SID297, Jul 13, 2020.
I’d be lying if I said I didn’t like it. Looks good!
I would not be surprised if that’s preliminary. They don’t have ratings for the drivetrains yet. The 4dr could go as high as 5k I think.
In some regards, it’s better than what Jeep is doing. They only couple their 6 speed to the Pentascar.
That 2.7/10-speed combo is going to move out damn good. Add a tune and holy...
Put some air bags on that thing and you’re good to go!
Gonna have to eat a bit of crow here. This thing’s specs are looking great (vs Wrangler) Very nice approach/break over and departure angles. Dana 44 is a nice touch. Might just put up a good fight.
Not a fan of the ecoboost motors but should mod well.
Good job on this one Ford.
you don't need a 5.0 or a 7.3. its obvious most of you have never been on a legit trail. my little 240hp 4.0 runner locked up and in 4lo will climb a near 45* incline at IDLE. the torque multiplied by the t-case is going to be near 1000bs in the 2.7TT. the bronco is legit, impressive list of hardware for the overland/trail crowd. love it!
its a hit, it will surely kick the wrangler in the nuts.
You don’t need a 760hp Supercharged motor on a car but here we are... 5.0 would be killer on these things.
looks good but i'll wait for the wrangler with a 392
Are burnouts on pavement not good enough for most? Now we need to be able to go out and dig holes and break rocks with our tires?
A lot of the same people complaining about not having a V8 are also some of the same saying it isn't good enough for the trails. The only thing the 5.0 would benefit this thing with is running through the desert at high speed so what is it you really want? If you want a beast on the trails then why are you not complaining about Jeep not having a V8 up until now in the Wrangler? In fact, it isn't even in production yet, it is just a concept still.
I can see all the 392 wranglers on the side of the trails now with broken everything when Kyle just stands on it on some ruts.
Have a review of a nicely modded 2.7L vehicle coming this week. That combo is easily capable of over 550RWHP with a few dollar thrown in it.
Love it! Interior is not as polished as the Jeep. Was hoping for more power. I thought the 2.7 made 365HP? No matter, Ford will easily surpass 200K. Want more power, just tune it. The Wrangler just got it's first stiff competition, in a long time.
Look at the Edge Sport/ST. They run bottom 13's with a tune only and the new Bronco will be roasting those 35's with ease. In a perfect world, the First Edition would have the 5.0, but I certainly wouldn't pass on the 2.7.
It would need to match the Gladiators towing cap for me to buy unfortunately.
Looks good, powertrains will be more than adequate for anything less than baja racing. Most will only see off-road when soccer moms have to park in the unpaved lot. I would be real tempted in a couple of years. Also not putting in the 5.0 gives them something new to do in 22. Gotta leave room to keep it fresh.
This is way, way, way cooler than I expected.
My biggest issue right now is the required auto with the 2.7. I didn't realize it was until a few hours after I had watched the reveal.
Digging the black diamond with Sasquatch package. Those shocks have my attention. Same thing with that HOSS system.
have you driven an F150 wth the 2.7 TT in sport mode?
cause it sounds like you don't know much about the engine... cause they're dope.
Some are speculating it could tow up to 7500lbs as thats the tow cap for the 2.3 ranger.
I had very low expectations. Ford crushed it with this. Wrangler what?