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Listen to the New ‘Bring Back Bronco’ Podcast

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The Bronco enthusiasts here at Sanderson Ford in Glendale, Arizona, have been eagerly counting the says until the beloved off-road icon would return to our lot. If you’re curious about the history of the Bronco, from its origin to its temporary hibernation to its triumphant return, then you need to check out the new podcast Bring Back Bronco: The Untold Story.

The Bring Back Bronco podcast is an eight-episode journey through the untold history of the Built Wild™ Bronco’s birth, death, and resurrection at the hands of several die-hard Bronco fans among the ranks at Ford Motor Company.

The podcast, hosted by former NPR correspondent Sonari Glinton, also takes a look at the significant role the Bronco played in American history. According to Glinton, “I think you can really tell the story of America when you dig deep and tell the story of a product, and I have always wanted to do that.”

You can listen to Bring Back Bronco: The Untold Story while commuting using your vehicle’s SYNC® smartphone connectivity system. You can find the podcast at the Bring Back Bronco website, which includes cool historical supplements, or wherever you get your podcasts.

The 2021 Ford Bronco and Ford Bronco Sport are coming to Sanderson Ford. If you want to be a part of history, call or email to learn more about making your reservation and being one of the first on your block with a brand-new Bronco.

The Return of the Ford Bronco

This year’s North American International Auto Show will go down as historic amongst fans of a certain iconic 4×4 SUV. After all, it was there, in Detroit, that Ford announced the return of the Ford Bronco.

The Ford Bronco debuted over five decades ago in 1966. The year it first arrived, the Bronco was marketed as an off-road vehicle, designed to compete with the likes of the Jeeps and Scouts of its time. Many of the components on the original Bronco were borrowed from the Ford F-150. Though conceived as a compact SUV, the Bronco evolved quickly into a full-size SUV. Ford managed to tame the Bronco for a good 30 years until the automaker set it free in 1996.

Now the Bronco has been wrangled once again. According to Ford, the iconic 4×4 SUV is set to be revived for 2020. Details are scant on the new design, which is understandable, as the debut is still three years away. Judging from Ford’s presentation at the Detroit Auto Show, the classic Bronco emblem of a bucking bronco’s silhouette will return.

This time around, the Bronco will fall into the mid-size SUV range. It will be manufactured in the United States at Ford’s plant in Wayne, Michigan, meaningful as this is same plant where the original Bronco was manufactured.

For more details about classic Ford vehicles, contact us right here at Sanderson Ford.

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