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Default Ford Bronco Will Likely Have 2.3-Liter, Four-Cylinder Turbo Powerplant

Lately, there have been lots of interesting news, rumors, and tidbits about the upcoming Ford Bronco. The latest is that the revamped SUV will share the 2.3-liter 270 four that powers the Ford Ranger intermediate pickup.





While it is not exactly the CIA or MI-6 confirmation, it seems that the upcoming Ford Bronco, which is likely scheduled to join Fordís pickup/SUV lineup perhaps in 2021, will probably have a 2.3-liter, four-cylinder powerplant. Torque News learned of the possibility this week.

Ford Bronco Details Seemingly Released






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