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In 1966, Ford introduced the Bronco, one of the first Sport Utility Vehicles. It was made to compete with other compact SUVs and was produced until 1996 when it was replaced with the Ford Expedition. The first Ford Broncos were two door compact SUVs, designed for the off-road enthusiast. Broncos were also designed to be versatile for family use as well as off-roading.
The Ford Bronco has five distinct generations, but can be divided into 2 categories; early Broncos from 1966 until 1978 and a redesigned larger Bronco with a shortened F-Series chassis from 1978 until 1996. The bigger Broncos were built in Wayne, Michigan.
In 1992 the Bronco had its final redesign with new seats and an updated instrument panel. The exterior got a new grille and curvier front end. They were available in XL trim, followed by the XLT and the Eddie Bauer addition. The Ford Bronco is still a highly desirable vehicle, because of its standard V-8 engine and reputation for being a tough and solid truck.
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