About Ford Bronco II
The Ford Bronco II is a compact SUV from the American manufacturer Ford. It was marketed between 1984 and 1990. The vehicle was a derivative of the compact pick-up and was only available as a three-door station wagon for one generation. The brand created a revolutionary independent front suspension system for it. At the time of production, all models were FWD. They used a dual suspension and differential on the front axle. These parts combined the strength of a solid axle with an independent design for better ride quality.
The first Bronco II was developed together with the Ranger pick-up truck. All Bronco II models had 4WD until 1986 when RWD became standard. Rear-wheel-drive models always have a concealed or enclosed gearbox, while front-wheel-drive versions were combined with four-wheel drive. For the 1989 model year, the Bronco II was upgraded. The chassis received parts like a new front end with a bonnet, new bumpers, and a better-fitting floor pan. The interior was redesigned, and the instrument panel was redesigned. The new bodywork had not only a completely new look but also an improved design.
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The 1984 and 1985 models were equipped with the German V6 Cologne 2.8-litre three-cylinder engine, which delivered 115 hp at 4,600 rpm and was initially only available with all-wheel drive. 1986 was an important year because the 140 hp V6 introduced rear-wheel drive, making the Bronco a comfortable crossover for everyday use rather than a racing car. The improvements made by Ford made the car even more desirable.
The Bronco II was designed and marketed for both highway and dirt roads. The car had parts like a boxy shape and a high center of gravity because the wheels were close together, and the chassis parts were raised off the ground to overcome obstacles. Small and durable, the Bronco II was one of Ford Motor Company's most popular products for most of the 1980s.