Ford Bronco vs Jeep Wrangler: A Full Comparison including Trim Breakdowns!

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Jeep 2 door towing capacity is 2000 lbs BTW
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Can anyone with some photoshop skills put the Bronco and Wrangler side by side and do like a see through with both the 2 and 4 door?

It would be nice to see the subtle differences in looks and stance. Like this but overlapped and see through. Thanks ?

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Can anyone with some photoshop skills put the Bronco and Wrangler side by side and do like a see through with both the 2 and 4 door?

It would be nice to see the subtle differences in looks and stance. Like this but overlapped and see through. Thanks ?

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I whipped up something quick. Scaled Wrangler to roughly match the length of the Bronco. I don't know if much can be gathered by this. The Bronco is 1.6" longer, about the same height, and 2.3" shorter wheelbase than the wrangler according to specs. But I think that there is some parallax or whatever in the photos. The Bronco certainly sits more forward.

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I whipped up something quick. Scaled Wrangler to roughly match the length of the Bronco. I don't know if much can be gathered by this. The Bronco is 1.6" longer, about the same height, and 2.3" shorter wheelbase than the wrangler according to specs. But I think that there is some parallax or whatever in the photos. The Bronco certainly sits more forward.

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Thanks! It’s interesting to see how further forward the the windshield is. I like that.
 

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Thanks! It’s interesting to see how further forward the the windshield is. I like that.
I'm working on the 2 door. It may be a better indication. The photos both look perpendicular to the sides of both
 

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Thanks! It’s interesting to see how further forward the the windshield is. I like that.
Here's the 2 dr comparison. Wrangler 166.8 length, 96.8 wb, 73.6" Ht, Bronco 173.7 length, 100.4 wb, 71.9 Ht (base), The Wrangler front bumper sticks out farther in front of the vehicle than the Bronco. I lined up the front of the bumpers
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A friend of mine is an engineer at Ford here in Louisville and as soon as the Bronco was set for reservations I immediately went to him.

He's a jeep owner, as am I, and he told me all the warts of the Jeep will be removed with the Bronco.

He had me at these two:
-Rear view mirrors not connected to the door (Hate secondary mirrors - looks cheap)
-Hard top that breaks down in to sections for easy storage on the 2 door and a soft top for the 4 door. I have a 4 door Unlimited that's sucks to remove, store, then put back on. I haven't spent the money on a pulley system, which I should.
 
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