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Watch the 2021 Ford Bronco and Jeep Wrangler Rubicon climb back-to-back

We want to know how the 2021 Ford Bronco outright compares to the Jeep Wrangler when it comes time to ditch paved roads. It’s perhaps one of the biggest questions on the minds of everyone thinking about bringing a Bronco home next year.

Now we have our first taste of how the two behave back-to-back. In new video published to the Bronco6G forum Monday, and embedded above, we see the trusty Wrangler and Bronco climb the same sharp rock incline. The person responsible for shooting the video also points out the wheelbase and various specs to give us a better

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2021 Ford Bronco crawls through Rubicon trail on video

You can’t wait for the 2021 Ford Bronco. We can’t wait for it either, quite frankly. But, in the meantime, we’ll keep enjoying the table scraps fed to us, and today, we have video of the off-road SUV on the Rubicon trail.

It’s not a terribly long video, but we do see the Bronco complete with the Sasquatch package tackling a mighty rocky incline somewhere along the trail. According to a post from the folks at the Bronco6G forum on Wednesday, there were actually a small pack of Broncos hitting the unbeaten path that day, but we only have

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2021 Ford Explorer prices decline for new model year

Definitely wait for the 2021 model.


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The 2021 Ford Explorer will be a better deal for those shopping three-row SUVs.

Prices released via Ford’s order guide show the base Explorer receives a $540 price cut and a final cost of $33,470 after a $1,245 destination charge. The bigger change comes from the volume-selling Explorer XLT trim. The SUV when fitted with either rear-wheel drive now costs $35,245. The outgoing model checks in at $38,170, reflecting a nearly $3,000 price decrease. The savings continue to the all-wheel drive model, too.

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Ford ends sedan production for US as Fusion is phased out

End of the line for the Fusion — and Ford sedans in general.


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It’s officially the end of an era at Ford. The Blue Oval no longer builds a single sedan for its home country, the US.

Ford confirmed with Roadshow on Wednesday that Fusion production ended in Mexico on July 31. The Fusions that remain on dealership lots will be your final chance to take home a new Ford sedan.

“As promised, Ford is reinventing the car to match consumers’ preferences

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