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Jeep Wrangler vs. Ford Bronco: It’s a storied rivalry that’s caked in mud, dirt, and sand. They’ve both left their fair share of tire tracks on those paths less traveled around Saline, Ypsilanti, and Ann Arbor, MI, but which one is the true all-terrain champion?
Our team at LaFontaine CDJR of Saline is here to put them to the test. It’s the 2022 Jeep Wrangler vs. the 2021 Ford Bronco—let’s see which comes out on top!
If you’re looking for the power of choice, you’ll get it with the Jeep Wrangler.
It offers three engines, so you can power your journey the way you see fit. The Bronco, on the other hand, only gives you the option of two EcoBoost® engines.
You’ll be able to stay in touch whether you’re right around the corner or way off the grid. Both SUVs come with very similar infotainment systems to keep you connected on the go. They could come equipped with:
There’s nothing quite like an open-air SUV. You can feel the splash of the mud, a crisp morning breeze, and the warmth of the afternoon sun. The Wrangler and the Bronco each offer a removable roof as well as removable doors, but the Wrangler also lets you lower the windshield, so you can enjoy an unobstructed view of all Mother Nature provides.
If you think the showdown between the Jeep Wrangler and the Ford Bronco is intense, it only gets more heated when their two most off-road-ready trim levels go head-to-head.
The Jeep Wrangler Rubicon and the Ford Bronco Wildtrak share the following all-terrain performance features:
The Wildtrak may come with an Advanced 4×4 that’s more tuned for off-road conditions, but it’s nothing compared to the decades of off-road knowledge that’s gone into the Rock-Trac® 4×4 system of the Rubicon. It has a 4:1 low gear ratio that’s ideal for bowling over uneven ground and big boulders.
Electronic Front Sway Bar Disconnect is one all-terrain performance feature that’s only available with the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. When you’re pushing the limits of what’s possible, it helps this SUV answer the call. It remotely disconnects the front sway bar, allowing the wheels to drop and compress. This improves suspension articulation on rough trails.
The legacy of the Jeep Wrangler begins long before the Ford Bronco. Its great-grandfather, the original Willys MB, took to the battlefields of World War II during the 1940s. That’s why this SUV is still a symbol of freedom and capability for adventurers all over the world.
The Wrangler vs. Bronco rivalry heated up in the 1980s. Both manufacturers released their most luxurious versions of the SUVs to date. Drivers demanded more comfort and Jeep gave it to them. The Wrangler was the ideal mix of rugged and refined, while the Bronco was too trail-focused for common drivers and now too road-focused for hardcore enthusiasts.
Demand for the Bronco dried up, and Ford was forced to retire it in 1996. That made the Wrangler the winner of the first round and the enduring choice for explorers everywhere. The Bronco is making a comeback, but the Wrangler has been rocking the trails for decades, and all that know-how is sure to push it to victory once again.
Both SUVs have cemented their place in the pantheon of off-road performance, but with a more fine-tuned off-road trim level, more ways to power your adventure, and an enduring legacy of reliable off-road performance, the Jeep Wrangler is clearly the right choice for your wild rides around Saline, Ypsilanti, and Ann Arbor, MI.
When you’re ready to meet it in person, schedule a test drive at LaFontaine CDJR of Saline!
All of the tools you need to move forward with experiencing a new 2022 Wrangler for yourself are conveniently available right here online.