buyers

2021 Ford Bronco buyers can take their SUVs to Off-Roadeo driving school

The Bronco will finally be revealed on July 13.


Ford/Instagram


We all know the cliche: Some guy or gal buys a capable off-road SUV and then never once takes it off the tarmac. Ford doesn’t want that to happen to its upcoming 2021 Bronco, so the automaker is creating four new Bronco Off-Roadeo off-road schools where enthusiasts and owners can test and experience all that their vehicles have to offer.


The all-new “Bronco brand” will actually include three models — the revived Bronco two-door, a new four-door model and the small and rugged Bronco Sport unibody crossover —

Read More

Ford building 4 Off-Roadeo adventure experiences for 2021 Bronco buyers


Ford/Instagram

We all know the cliche: Some guy or gal buys a capable off-road SUV and then never once takes it off the tarmac. Ford doesn’t want that to happen to its upcoming 2021 Bronco, so the automaker is creating four new Bronco Off-Roadeo off-road schools where enthusiasts and owners can test and experience all that their vehicles have to offer.

The all-new “Bronco brand” will actually include three models — the revived Bronco two-door, a new four-door model and the small and rugged Bronco Sport — and will be, according to Ford, “the only domestic brand of SUVs with

Read More

GMC Sierra finds new buyers thanks to diesel engine option

Sierra AT4 buyers are totally digging diesel power.


Emme Hall/Roadshow

When General Motors revamped its GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado full-size pickups, it included a big powertrain change: an optional diesel engine. The 3.0-liter inline-six turbodiesel was a totally new venture, but it appears the gamble is paying off.

According to a new survey conducted by GMC, as reported by Automotive News on Monday, more than two-thirds of Sierra buyers were new to diesel engines, but the better finding for the automaker is the fact half of them were new to the GMC brand. The diesel engine is doing a

Read More

Ford rolls out 1-year return policy for car buyers amid COVID-19 uncertainty

Just a little extra piece of mind for new Ford owners.


Nate Reed/Roadshow

Buying a new car likely isn’t a priority as economic uncertainty begins to bake in amid the coronavirus era, but Ford’s latest program hopes to lay some of those fears to rest.

Titled the Ford Promise, the US automaker said on Monday it will allow new car buyers and lessees who finance through Ford Credit to return a vehicle with no strings attached in the event they lose their job. No, buyers won’t be guaranteed a full refund, but they will have a burden of debt taken

Read More