Top reasons jeep wrangler better than bronco

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Inside the Jeep beats the heart of a Fiat...
Not any more. Now it's something that sounds like an erectile dysfunction medicine. Stellantis? I guess that's fitting given the traditionally anemic Jeep engines over the years. :LOL: o_O :eek: :ROFLMAO:
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Before i put my top 5 reasons, just to be up front, i am trolling. I very much look forward to my new bronco. I have had a 1995 bronco and a jeep tj and jk.

1. Jeep has been making a consistent product for many years at this point vs a first year remake of bronco.

2. Jeep has a more rugged look vs the more “car” like appearance with the straight lines of the bronco.

3. Jeep articulation is much better.

4. Bronco has tried and never been able to maintain. They have had the first gen bronco that is similar to the remake. The larger version of the bronco which was a total different look and purpose. The bronco II, and now a reboot.

5. Jeep has a diesel and V8 option.

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Before i put my top 5 reasons, just to be up front, i am trolling. I very much look forward to my new bronco. I have had a 1995 bronco and a jeep tj and jk.

1. Jeep has been making a consistent product for many years at this point vs a first year remake of bronco.

2. Jeep has a more rugged look vs the more “car” like appearance with the straight lines of the bronco.

3. Jeep articulation is much better.

4. Bronco has tried and never been able to maintain. They have had the first gen bronco that is similar to the remake. The larger version of the bronco which was a total different look and purpose. The bronco II, and now a reboot.

5. Jeep has a diesel and V8 option.

Come at me!!!
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Before i put my top 5 reasons, just to be up front, i am trolling. I very much look forward to my new bronco. I have had a 1995 bronco and a jeep tj and jk.

1. Jeep has been making a consistent product for many years at this point vs a first year remake of bronco.

2. Jeep has a more rugged look vs the more “car” like appearance with the straight lines of the bronco.

3. Jeep articulation is much better.

4. Bronco has tried and never been able to maintain. They have had the first gen bronco that is similar to the remake. The larger version of the bronco which was a total different look and purpose. The bronco II, and now a reboot.

5. Jeep has a diesel and V8 option.

Come at me!!!
You forgot to mention Jeep also has a hybrid model. Bronco is at least a couple of years behind on hybrid.
Jeep probably has the least desirable dealership service and reputation. I'm sure there are many good dealerships out there, but in general they are one of the worst I've come across. Not saying all Ford dealerships are great either.
 

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I think most people will be much happier with the IFS in the Bronco. I prefer IFS and am looking forward to maybe someday being able to buy a manual BaseSquatch. That said, it’s not like Jeep is the only vehicle to exhibit death wobble. I’ve had no issues in the new JL (a month of ownership), but I had ungodly death wobble in my Excursion. The main culprit in my experience is too little positive caster. After adding caster shims and getting settings above 5 degrees, the Ex drives great (for a SFA truck).
 

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As we say out here in the English game: A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
 

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Your Jeep Looks great!
Considering your current tread depth.
Wondering what tire you’re going with next? Same or different?

Ask me in a year after I've owned my Bronco. Currently own a Rubicon with no complaints. Very excited to get my Bronco and will be keeping my Wrangler
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Ford didn’t go bankrupt
 

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Sarge Green. That's about all Jeep has on the 2021 Bronco.
 

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