The interior switchgear perhaps leaves a bit to be desired but besides that? You’re getting a lot of car for the $29,995 base price. And as a reminder, four-wheel-drive is standard. Other cars may have some allure at the same cost, but not with four-wheel drive (looking at you, Chevy “Blazer”). Heck, even the two-door Jeep Wrangler falls short. The base price of the Wrangler is less on paper, but not when you add a hardtop, which is standard on the base Bronco.
You can configure any Bronco you want, though. I’m not trying to talk you into buying the bare-bones model. I would probably spec a few options in also, like heated seats. I also would go with a different color besides white. Ford doesn’t offer green yet, which is weird, but I guess no new car is truly perfect. The Bronco just gets awfully close.
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