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Putting the Fun in Functional - The Ford Bronco at Sunnyside Ford in Holden, MA

There's something fun about a vehicle that can go anywhere, allow drivers in Holden, MA to take to top and doors off, and enjoy the adventure. The Ford Bronco checks all the boxes above and then some. The Ford Bronco at Sunnyside Ford offers a retro look, but the technology and features are anything but old-fashioned. The latest Ford Bronco offers a smoother, more comfortable ride than its predecessor - the Ford Bronco of the 1970s and 1980s. The Ford Bronco also prompts drivers from Rutland to West Boylston to explore. The Ford Bronco offers a place on the dash to place a Go Pro or one's phone for recording all those journeys. In addition, the Ford Bronco doesn't sacrifice paved road behavior as many off-road capable vehicles do.

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Trim Levels

The Ford Bronco offers the SUV in the following trims:

  • Base
  • Big Bend
  • Black Diamond
  • Outer Banks
  • Badlands
  • Wildtrak
  • Everglades

Drivers in Holden, MA should know that the latest Ford Bronco will offer a few special editions, including a Heritage Edition and a Heritage Limited Edition. This will be an appearance package to commemorate fifty years of Ford trucks and SUVs. Ford also plans to release a Raptor version of the Bronco, which increases the off-road capability of the Bronco.


The basic engine of the Ford Bronco is a 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder, rated to offer up to 300 horsepower to drivers in Shrewsbury, MA. However, the optional engine is a twin-turbo 2.7-liter V6 gas-powered engine. The optional engine is rated to offer 330 horsepower.

Both engine options are paired with a ten-speed automatic transmission. However, drivers may opt for a seven-speed manual transmission if they choose the base engine.

All Ford Bronco SUVs are outfitted with four-wheel drive.

The Ford Bronco is rated to tow approximately 3,500 pounds.

Interior and Exterior Features

The Ford Bronco may be configured as a two-door or a four-door vehicle. Both vehicles offer the ability to remove the top and the doors. The top may be had as a soft top or a hard top, as the driver requires. The Bronco is set apart by the rack previously mentioned, allowing drivers to place their phones or a Go Pro for recording purposes. However, the extras don't end there!

The doors are frameless, making them much easier to remove for adventure. When drivers from Worcester to Leominster choose the four-door version, there is room to store the doors inside the Bronco. The exterior mirrors are mounted to the windshield rather than the doors because of their removable status.

Drivers may opt for rubberized flooring and vinyl upholstery that is specifically marine grade.

The two-door version can seat up to four adults. The four-door Bronco has a third seat in the rear and a swath of extra cargo room.

Tech Features

The Ford Bronco's infotainment system is operated via the Ford Sync 4 system. Drivers will choose either an eight-inch touchscreen display monitor or a twelve-inch monitor. The Sync 4 system allows for over-the-air updates to the system, plus Apple CarPlay and Android Auto allow drivers to connect their smartphones and carry out several tasks while they never take their eyes off the road.

There is a Wi-Fi hotspot in the Ford Bronco, but it is subscription based.

Drivers may also opt for a B&O stereo system and in-dash navigation.

Safety Features

The Ford Bronco comes standard with the Ford CoPilot360 safety system, which offers forward collision warnings, automatic emergency braking, and lane-keep warnings. However, upper trims will offer adaptive cruise control as well as an expanded blind spot monitoring system.