2022 Ford Bronco is at home both on- and off-road
Ford has been swinging for the fences lately, and every time the bat connects with the ball, it's been an absolute dinger.
It shouldn't come as a surprise, then, that the big-boy Bronco has also sailed out of the park and landed three blocks over. It's a good'un.
The Ford Bronco makes a hell of a first impression rolling down the street.
It's big, it's blocky and -- in my tester's Wildtrak Sasquatch trim -- it's riding on some incredibly beefy all-terrain tires.
While the Ford Bronco's hardtop seals well enough to keep the weather outside, it doesn't protect against wind noise, of which there is plenty.
Ford offers a noise-deadening headliner for $450, which my tester has, and which I believe should be standard equipment.
My Wildtrak-trim tester sports the more powerful engine of the two on offer, a 2.7-liter twin-turbocharged V6 making 330 horsepower and 415 pound-feet of torque.
Even with a Raptor model on the way, this V6 makes the Bronco scoot, emitting a pleasant note as it shoves itself along.
It all comes together very nicely, until you reach the EPA fuel-economy estimates.
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