Right at the edge between dreadful autumn and a frozen winter sits the perfect off-road forest setting. And in the limelight, a couple of SUV heroes trying to prove their legacy and battle for supremacy.
Ford’s Bronco and Land Rover’s Defender are both hugely successful nameplates. But it’s no wonder the reviewer behind the Canadian Truck King channel on YouTube starts with a rant: “comparing a Ford to a Land Rover? That doesn’t make any sense!” He does think otherwise, as “these two vehicles have a lot in common.”
Stuff like their nameplate history or being modern interpretations of classic SUV prowess. As well as a short wheelbase and just two doors, on this particular occasion. Sure, everyone is entitled to their own opinion, so he also breaks down the differences. Among them, Defender’s turbo and supercharged powertrain with 395 horsepower and mild electrified assistance against Bronco’s slightly underpowered 330-hp V6 engine.
Or the fact that one…