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The Bronco is a sports utility vehicle. A short-wheelbase version was launched, to which it was offered a 16 in (41 cm) longer wheelbase, full-size four-door to compete with other corporations. Four-wheel drive is offered, and a seven-speed manual transmission is available for those who want to row their own gears. The Ford Bronco responds quickly with a 10-speed automatic transmission and reaches 60 mph from a standstill in 7.3 seconds, considering the big tires and four-door configuration. With such gearboxes, the fuel economy is respectable, and ranges from 17 to 20 mpg combined, while the six-cylinder variant is 17 mpg combined. For the fifth generation, additional changes related to safety were added, such as a 4-wheel anti-lock braking system (ABS) replaced rear-wheel ABS and a driver-side airbag. For powertrains, this generation retained the previous 4.9L inline-6, 5.0L V8, and the 5.8L H.O. engines. For the last version, the new engine is a 2.3-liter turbocharged EcoBoost inline-four. It makes 300 hp and a torque of 325 lb-ft. A 2.7-liter is optional with 330 hp (335 PS; 246 kW) and 415 lb-ft (563 Nm; 57 kgm) of torque. The device is equipped with either a 10-speed automatic or a 7-speed Getrag manual. Other equipment includes Dana axles with front and rear electronic differentials. The drivetrain can toggle between 4WD, and 2WD High (rear-wheel drive). The truck also has other unique features. Doors can be user-removed and stored in the rear cargo area. Mirrors are attached to the body cowl instead of on the doors. Trail sights are used to facilitate navigation as well.
Although the Ford Bronco is a formidable off-road vehicle, battling harsh terrains often hastens wear and tear, leading to common issues. One such problem is the reduction in engine performance, characterized by consistent rough idling, a noticeable drop in power and acceleration, excessive oil consumption, poor fuel economy, and the sporadic activation of the Check Engine Light. If your Bronco exhibits these symptoms, inspect the EGR valve, EGR filter, and oxygen sensor for faults. Another common issue involves the suspension system, often signified by issues with the steering tilt function, inability to lock the steering wheel, and audible clunking or grinding noises during steering. The steering wheel may also operate roughly or fail to return to center. In such cases, the upper steering column bearing might require inspection. Don't overlook the electrical components, such as the window switch, or essential parts like the front and rear door strikers, as these components can easily wear out and require frequent maintenance.
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