Coming Soon: Ford Bronco and Ford Ranger
Gibbons Ford is proud to announce two new models that are making a re-appearance in 2019-2020! These new Ford trucks are oldies but goodies, and have been optimized and modernized to satisfy Ford truck drivers.
The Ford Bronco and Ford Ranger have been deeply missed since they were discontinued back in the mid-90’s (for the Bronco) and 2011 (for the Ranger), so Ford has decided to bring them back–and better than ever.
The Ford Ranger: Coming Early 2019
As for the Ford Ranger, which has been MIA since 2011, this truck is a mid-size vehicle, with a big heart. A feature that would definitely satisfy Dickson City Ford truck owners, is that the Ford Ranger will embody a larger crew cab than the well-know Ford F-150! The proven 2.3L EcoBoost® engine with Auto Start-Stop technology is designed to optimize power and efficiency using turbocharging and direct gasoline injection. It’s also paired with the innovative, class-exclusive 10-speed automatic transmission and your choice of 4×2 or 4×4.
BUILT FORD TOUGH® DNA
The all-new 2019 Ranger has been developed and tested to the demanding standards of Built Ford Tough. It shares a heritage of toughness, durability and capability derived from over 100 years of Ford Trucks’ relentless focus on engineering excellence.
The all-new 2019 Ranger features a number of driver-assist technologies that help make driving easier and your adventures a lot more fun.
STAY CONNECTED. EVEN OUT HERE.
The FordPass Connect feature in the Ranger can create an in-vehicle Wi-Fi hotspot to which you can connect up to 10 devices, so your passengers can stay in touch wherever you roam.174 You can also use FordPass™ to keep track of your Wi-Fi data usage. The hotspot can be accessed up to 50 feet outside the vehicle.
For more information regarding these two resurrected Ford models, contact us at (888) 550-3720! We are always available to answer questions you might have regarding any of our Ford vehicles.
Re-Introducing the Ford Bronco
The last Ford Bronco model was made in 1996, and since this day, that bucking bronco logo has been deeply missed. Though the model details for this vehicle are still unclear, motorists seem to be pretty excited about its return. It is currently still in production in Australia, and will be sent over to the US in 2019 and available to customers by 2020.