By Clay B.

I'm starting by saying the bronco ll wasn't rugged or stable enough. a few years back ya teased us bronco lovers with a concept. Jeep came out with the liberty that is about the bronco ll size but they also have the rubecon full size jeep. In the rubecon Jeep souped up suspension and capabilities.
I don't feel alone in these days and times, that a rugged bronco the size of the 1975, not the 80's nor the small bronco ll , but the real bronco beefed up and affordable ready for the carnage that lies ahead and made so it can be even beefed up more and more. I like things that don't break, but when they do I like to fix em and more importantly make it so it doesn't break again in the same situation. Fast cars, economy cars, pick up trucks are all great but one for the sportsman, snow, mud, rocks, water, for getting to those fishing holes or hunting fields, but more importantly getting back home.
Derek H 11/12/2012
This is a great idea, i would really like it if they brought something similar to that concept into reality. especially if it had an ecoboost!
Justin L 11/12/2012
Yes, Bring it back, with solid axles!
Lucas T 11/11/2012
I have been waiting far too long for the 2004 concept to be put into production. And a 2.0L turbo diesel is just the icing on the cake. Or shoot even put in the popular 3.0L or 4.0L V-6. The market has been flooded with electric cars and smart cars and stupid cars. And full size trucks are awesome if you can afford the price tag and not to mention the fuel cost. Put a fair price tag on the resurrected Bronco and watch them fly out of the dealership parking lots. The Ranger has been taken out of the line up, which I still don't completely understand and the market for vehicles is starting to pick back up. A lot of people have been waiting for the concept. Pull the trigger, do it. I know you have it in you Ford. Bronco, Bronco, Bronco!!!!
Guy F 11/10/2012
Compete with the Jeep Wrangler. Small, Sporty, with EcoBoost power? I like it!!
Great idea, what else can I say. I love my '92 Bronco, and my '85 F-150, and would consider owning a new iteration of a FSB (full size bronco) if Ford would put some thought into it. Not just another car, but a true sportsman targeted vehicle.