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News New Ford Bronco Coming With A Manual Transmission

New Ford Bronco Coming With A Manual Transmission

New reports are saying that the 2020 Ford Bronco will be available with a three-pedal transmission and 33-inch off-road tires.

The upcoming next-generation Ford Bronco has been making headlines for quite some time already, but the craze does not seem to die. Almost every week there’s a new rumor or report about the new Bronco but we do not complain at all.

This time, The Fast Lane Car reports, after one of their readers talked to a local Ford dealer and two things seem to be confirmed.

The first thing is that the 2020 Ford Bronco will be available with either a manual or automatic transmission. As for the second thing, according to a Ford dealership, suggests the Bronco will come equipped with 33-inch off-road tires mounted on 17-inch wheels.

That being said, almost a year ago we reported that the 2020 Bronco might be fitted with a 7-speed manual transmission. Indeed, Getrag was supposedly working on a transmission that can be configured with 6 or 7 forward gears.

The next-generation Ford Bronco should arrive sometimes next year and will come in a 2-door and 4-door variant and feature a removable roof and doors.

No details were given by Ford as to when are they planning to unveil it, but our money is on the next North American International Auto Show, in Detroit next June.

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