Well, Roadshow friends, the mighty Ford Bronco continued to dominate this week’s flagship events, but for good reason. We finally got a ride in Ford’s highly anticipated Bronco and Bronco Sport, and from the passenger seat there seems to be a lot to like about these new SUVs. Of course, the Bronco was just one of the highlights of the past week, which also saw the launch of Ram’s 702-horsepower TRX and a number of significant reviews.
Here’s everything you might have missed from August 16-22.
It’s still too early to drive Ford’s new Bronco and Bronco Sport, but reviews editor Andrew Krok took a spin in the all-important pair of SUVs in a Michigan off-road park. Suffice it to say, these things seem to be seriously capable in the dirt.
Mercedes’ updated GLA-Class is the crossover equivalent of the A-Class and CLA-Class sedans. It’s sleek and technical, and a huge upgrade from its predecessor.
We all know the Ram 1500 is a performance pickup, but it’s also a road trip star. At least that’s what I learned after a 1000 mile trip to Arizona and back.
The 2021 Ram 1500 TRX is a desert-racing pickup with a Hellcat heart
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Ford Bronco: what’s in a name
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Ford Bronco hits the dirt
We have an upright seat in Ford’s new Bronco, and that doesn’t disappoint.