I was cruising in the Blue Ridge Mountains on a warm August morning.
Soft-top flipped back, all four windows down, and the wind blasting through the four-door Bronco, rolling through the curves of the country roads while John Denver sang about them on the radio. My wife threw her hands up in the air like she was on a roller coaster, and our two kids in the back followed her lead, letting out squeals. Life, in that moment, felt as good as it could get.
There’s a lot of good things about the new Ford Bronco, but the best thing is what it brings out in you.
I got to take the Bronco up and down a washed-out mountain road twice a day for three days straight. In the loose gravel switchbacks, you could feel the traction control working to keep you on the road. And in the deep ruts, the suspension kept things smooth. Off-road handling in the Bronco has a natural confidence to it.