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Non-negotiable 'destination fees' are rapidly increasing on new vehicles, but there are ways to offset them

A car shopper looks at a window sticker in a dealership. Tim Boyle/Getty Images A new investigation conducted by Consumer Reports found that destination fees are rising. The fees are non-negotiable but are also not advertised in a vehicle's base price. To offset the rising fees, Consumer Reports recommends that buyers negotiate the bottom line. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. If you've ever examined a car's window sticker, there's usually something added onto the ve...
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Ford recalls nearly 90,000 pickups for faulty windshields that could come unstuck

2021 Ford F-150. Ford Ford announced a recall of more than 100,000 2020 and 2021 F-Series pickups on Monday Nearly 90,000 are being recalled for faulty windshields that may come unstuck in a crash.  Another 12,000 Super Duty trucks are being recalled for mislabeled payload capacities.  Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Ford on Monday announced a recall of nearly 90,000 of its top-selling F-Series pickups over faulty windshields.The automaker said in a press release th...
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2021 Ford Bronco Sports Called Back for Jiggly Suspension Modules

Ford has announced that 1,666 2021 Ford Bronco Sports are being called back for jiggly rear suspension modules. Seems that someone in the Hermosillo, Mexico assembly plant didn’t secure the rear suspension module to the subframe, which could affect the vehicle’s stability. 1,640 Broncos in the U.S. and its territories are affected, another 24 in […] The post 2021 Ford Bronco Sports Called Back for Jiggly Suspension Modules appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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The Ford Bronco Sport has been hit with another recall mere months after its first deliveries

Ford Bronco Sport. Ford Ford is recalling 1,666 2021 Bronco Sport models over improperly attached rear suspension parts.  Loose or missing bolts mean that the rear suspension on some vehicles isn't secured to the frame.  Ford botched the launch of the Explorer in 2019, when thousands of vehicles had to be sent to another factory to be reworked.  Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. The rollout of the much-anticipated 2021 Ford Bronco has hit a speed bump.Ford announced o...
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5 New “Lifestyle Bundles” Debut for 2021 Ford Bronco Sport

Ford Bronco Sport owners can now customize their ride with five different dealer-installed accessory bundles: Bike, Water, Snow, Camping, and Cargo. Each accessory bundle features Yakima equipment designed to carry items like kayaks, bikes, skis. “Every adventure is unique, just as every Bronco Sport owner is unique, and with these accessory bundles it’s easier than ever to make sure your vehicle fits your lifestyle,” said Jovina Young, Bronco Sport marketing manager. “Before it even leaves t...
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The Ford Bronco Sport will offer accessory packages for skiing, biking, camping, and kayaking - see them all

Ford Bronco Sport. Ford Ford will offer five optional accessory packages on the Bronco Sport for the activity-loving buyer. The packages can be installed straight from the factory.  The cost for the packages will get automatically added to the total vehicle price. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Ford, it seems, is going all-in on accessories options for the new Bronco Sport.On Tuesday, the automaker revealed five accessory bundles available straight from the dealer....
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The Station: Uber slurps up Drizly, Ford doubles its EV budget and Rad Power Bikes plots an expansion

The Station is a weekly newsletter dedicated to all things transportation. Sign up here — just click The Station — to receive it every weekend in your inbox.  Hi friends and new readers, welcome back to The Station, a newsletter dedicated to all the present and future ways people and packages move from Point A to Point B. Let’s dive in …  Email me at [email protected] to share thoughts, criticisms, offer up opinions or tips. You can also send a direct message to me at Twitter — @k...
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Florida dealer accidentally sells display model of the new Ford Bronco Sport, immediately asks for it back

The new Ford Bronco Sport. Ford A Ford dealership in Tampa Bay, Florida, accidentally sold a Bronco Sport it wasn't supposed to. The car was a demo model meant to be on display for four months. The customer, Adam Sidoti, was allowed to keep the car after Ford stepped in. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. As Ford Bronco Sport deliveries started rolling out at the end of last year, one Florida dealership made the mistake of selling a demonstration vehicle to a customer and ...
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Ford Calls Out Suppliers for Leaks

The good ship Ford has been quite leaky lately. And the automaker is pinning the blame on its suppliers. Images of the Bronco, Bronco Sport, and Maverick compact pickup have all leaked before those vehicles were introduced (the Maverick, of course, has not yet been unveiled, while the other two have). These images have hit […] The post Ford Calls Out Suppliers for Leaks appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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REVIEW: The Ford Bronco Sport is a capable crossover that will win over the suburbs

Ford Bronco Sport Matthew DeBord/Insider I tested an all-new 2021 Bronco Sport, a roughly $32,000 crossover SUV. The Bronco Sport is the least robust member of Ford's new Bronco brand, but it should be up to the task of suburban family-hauling duty. My Outer Banks review Bronco Sport had a three-cylinder, 181-horsepower turbocharged engine under the hood. The Bronco Sport is a great combination of a legacy nameplate that Ford has rebooted with tremendous success and a versatile crossover p...
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New Ford Bronco may have broad appeal with its off-road chops and on-road comfort

While the Ford Bronco has received much of the attention, the Bronco Sport, or "Baby Bronco," is expected to outsell its larger sibling.
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2021 Ford Bronco Sport First Drive – Baby Bronco Done Right

  My first car was a hand-me-down 1984 Ford Bronco II that my parents bought new. I took possession of it as a hot-to-trot teenager in 1997, happy to finally be a licensed driver and glad I was lucky enough that my parents could gift me a car, even if it was over a decade […] The post 2021 Ford Bronco Sport First Drive – Baby Bronco Done Right appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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Fans Can Go Wild With The New Ford Bronco Build & Price Configurator

If you’re itching for a new Bronco or Bronco Sport, you can now get one step closer. Ford recently launched the Bronco build-and-price configurator, which lets you see different exterior color options, material choices for the interior, and dozens of accessories. To date, Ford has logged nearly 200,000 reservations for the Bronco, which comes in both two-door and four-door configurations.  “The color and material offerings of the all-new Bronco and Bronco Sport are genuine and trusted, and es...
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2021 Ford Bronco Will Have a Manual Transmission Option!

The off-road enthusiasts have spoken! After gathering up customer feedback, Ford will offer a seven-speed manual transmission for the Bronco’s Sasquatch package. The manual transmission will be available for both two- and four-door models of the new Ford Bronco. “The Bronco community spoke, and we heard them,” explained Mark Grueber, Ford Bronco consumer marketing manager. “Our team moved quickly to add Sasquatch with a manual transmission – another example of our focus on giving customers th...
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First Look: 2021 Ford Bronco Sport

No, that's not me driving it; I only got to look at the new 2021 Bronco Sport, not get behind the wheel. There are a lot of misconceptions about the Sport -- there are two separate models, and the Sport is not the removable-roof Bronco. Find out the differences in my story at the National Post (Driving.ca). [Author: Jil McIntosh]
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New Ford Bronco Raptor Evidence Surfaces on LinkedIn?

Ford has been pretty clear that it wants to offer the Bronco in an array of flavors catering to numerous customer types. While the Bronco Sport name has been reserved for its smaller sibling (an interesting decision straight out of the Mitsubishi and Nissan playbook), it was assumed the Blue Oval would eventually provide us […] The post New Ford Bronco Raptor Evidence Surfaces on LinkedIn? appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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The Station: Summer of the SPAC, Adam Neumann returns and the Nissan Ariya debuts

The Station is a weekly newsletter dedicated to all things transportation. Sign up here — just click The Station — to receive it every Saturday in your inbox. Hello and welcome back to The Station, a newsletter dedicated to all the present and future ways people and packages move from Point A to Point B. The dog days of summer are almost upon us. Technically, we won’t enter this period until July 22. In normal times, vacation season would be well underway and the hit song of the summer would be ...
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2021 Ford Bronco Overview: The G.O.A.T Will Challenge Jeep After a 25-Year Hiatus

The 2021 Ford Bronco is finally here, and it’s been a long wait. First produced in 1966 to compete directly with the Jeep CJ-5, Ford ceased production of the fifth-gen Bronco in 1996. After 25 years, Ford is resurrecting the Bronco name in three variants: two-door, four-door, and the more compact Sport model. What Is The 2021 Ford Bronco? The sixth-generation Bronco is a midsize SUV. It’s riding on the underpinnings of the Ranger. Meanwhile, the Bronco Sport is a compact crossover based ...
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2021 Ford Bronco Sport Preview

The Bronco Sport will be available in five trims. Two engines: 181-horsepower, 1.5-liter turbocharged three-cylinder and 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder. 8 inches plus of ground clearance (d...
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How to pre-order the Bronco and the Bronco Sport

Ford has started taking orders for the 2021 Bronco, and you can reserve one of the very first examples online.
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With Bronco Fam, Ford Rolls Out the Welcome Mat for New Buyers

The Bronco family, as Ford calls the trifecta composed of the Bronco Two-Door, Four-Door, and Bronco Sport, has a singular mission: to leverage the fond memories and emotions generated by a storied nameplate to lure new buyers to the brand, boosting the automaker’s volume and profitability. Despite the pandemic, Ford’s expectations haven’t changed. And the […] The post With Bronco Fam, Ford Rolls Out the Welcome Mat for New Buyers appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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Ford just revealed the all-new Bronco SUV to take on Jeep and Land Rover — have a closer look at the first Bronco since 1996 (F)

Ford revealed the all-new Bronco SUV on Monday. The much-anticipated SUV was unveiled on multiple Disney-affiliated networks, as well as Ford's own broadcast and social channels. The new Bronco is both a family of vehicles and a dedicated off-roading brand. Ford revealed a two-door, a four-door, and a Sport version of the Bronco; all three SUVs have robust four-wheel-drive capability, and there are several engine and transmission options. Ford concentrated on "human-centric" design with the ne...
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Ford blends tech and nostalgia in the 2021 Bronco

The Bronco is officially back. After 24 years, Ford relaunched the 2021 Bronco in a splashy reveal streamed Monday evening on ABC, ESPN and National Geographic, each short film showcasing a different member of the family: the Bronco 2-door, Bronco 4-door and Bronco Sport. The Bronco 2021 — Ford’s flagship series of 4×4 vehicles — is a brand that leans heavily on nostalgia, customization, functional design and technology such as the automaker’s next-generation infotainment system and a digital tr...
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2021 Ford Bronco Sport – This is It [UPDATED]

The Ford Bronco news doesn’t just stop with one model. There’s not one, not two, but three in the family. That threesome includes the two-door and four-door versions of the Bronco, as well as the smaller Bronco Sport. Think of the Bronco Sport as an off-road version of Ford’s Escape crossover. Ford might get mad […] The post 2021 Ford Bronco Sport – This is It [UPDATED] appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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Ford's new Bronco: Off-road education will be standard equipment

Full news on the new Bronco is yet to come, but Ford has sent out some more teasers, including the news that with the purchase of any Bronco or with the Badlands trim of the Bronco Sport, you'll get an off-road driving experience thrown in (once you get yourself there, of course). Find out more, and check out some Bronco history, in my story at the National Post (Driving.ca). [Author: Jil McIntosh]
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Bronco Family: Two’s Not Enough?

Like its Mustang stable mate, Ford’s returning Bronco finds itself with a brood. The Bronco is now a brand, comprised of the namesake, body-on-frame off-roader and the tag-along Bronco Sport — a retro-styled model based on the unibody Ford Escape. That’s apparently just the start of it. Ford isn’t shy when it comes to discussing the […] The post Bronco Family: Two’s Not Enough? appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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Ford isn't just bringing back the legendary Bronco — it's making it into a dedicated off-roading brand (F)

Prior to next week's reveal of the all-new Ford Bronco, the carmaker announced the that the SUV would return as a brand, with a family of vehicles. The new Bronco will arrive as a two-door, four-door, and Sport model. Ford is also launching a series of off-road adventures for Bronco owners and an online community. The Bronco brand follows the launch of the Mustang Mach-E last year — the first expansion of the Mustang brand in Ford's history. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. ...
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Eye in the Sky: Ford Bronco, Bronco Sport Not Safe Anywhere

At this point, if Ford wants to keep the upcoming Bronco and Bronco Sport under wraps until their respective unveilings, it had best invest in surplus anti-aircraft batteries — or just never leave the confines of company-owned production facilities. Even those walls have proven a porous barrier, however. As the weekend dawned, drone-provided aerial spy photos […] The post Eye in the Sky: Ford Bronco, Bronco Sport Not Safe Anywhere appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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The 2021 Ford Bronco gets an official debut date

More than three years ago, Ford announced it was bringing back the Bronco after years of customer requests and speculation. The mid-size SUV that ended its 30-year production run in 1996 was supposed to debut in March. Then COVID-19 happened and well everything got cancelled, including numerous vehicle reveals. The reborn Ford Bronco will finally emerge to the media and public — beyond what we’ve already seen thanks to lots of leaked photos — on July 9. Ford announced the date in a post Saturday...
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Bronco Alleged to Come With Three Distinct Grilles

With Ford’s Bronco debut scrubbed on account of the coronavirus, its getting increasingly difficult for the automaker to keep things secret. While some of this is fine, as leaks help Ford maintain interest on its upcoming products, other details are probably items Ford was saving for its big reveal — which is still TBD. We don’t […] The post Bronco Alleged to Come With Three Distinct Grilles appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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