Will you be waiting for the 2020 Bronco? - 2020 Ford Bronco Forum
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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-27-2016, 10:00 AM Thread Starter
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Will you be waiting for the 2020 Bronco?

What's your thought?

I know 2020 is a long way... but are you going to settle for the current model and then upgrade ?
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Not in too much of a rush so I'll wait for the 2020 one and there is no current model. They stopped producing the bronco since 1996. No point in getting a very old model.
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I probably wouldn't just wait for it to happen but when it happens i'll take interest and decide whether to take action or not. But while I wait, I don't mind buying a Toyota FJ Cruiser, it fits in the same segment and i'm a Toyota fan... they do off-road right overseas and on american soil, so why not?
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post #4 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-02-2016, 10:37 AM Thread Starter
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Not in too much of a rush so I'll wait for the 2020 one and there is no current model. They stopped producing the bronco since 1996. No point in getting a very old model.
Yeah that's true. I know much about the older model.

What's the main difference do you find that's going to be coming out in the 2020?

Got me curious as I'm new to the brand.

I've always driven the japanese branding.
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I probably wouldn't just wait for it to happen but when it happens i'll take interest and decide whether to take action or not. But while I wait, I don't mind buying a Toyota FJ Cruiser, it fits in the same segment and i'm a Toyota fan... they do off-road right overseas and on american soil, so why not?
Yeah even though it's a 4 years wait, not sure if I want to continue driving in my sedan until then or check out something else.

Does the toyota FJ cruiser have the same segment?

The off-road part already sounds appealing to me. As I would love to try to do that !

Looks like alot of fun!

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post #6 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-03-2016, 06:11 PM
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Its not so much waiting till then as much as looking into getting one when it doesn come out. I don't need a car now, but I enjoy looking to see whats out there and considering buying something if it would be a valuable upgrade at the time.



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Its not so much waiting till then as much as looking into getting one when it doesn come out. I don't need a car now, but I enjoy looking to see whats out there and considering buying something if it would be a valuable upgrade at the time.
Well as you can imagine some people can't stand waiting and depending on how things go, leaving yourself open to other products that will do as well is a wise thing. At this point that's one thing i'll be interested in seeing more of, what people will have as their alternative.
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In the meantime, people may move towards other brands. I have been eyeing the Jeep Wrangler but I'll probably get a second hand one and change up for the Bronco when it finally becomes available.
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In the meantime, people may move towards other brands. I have been eyeing the Jeep Wrangler but I'll probably get a second hand one and change up for the Bronco when it finally becomes available.
Going second hand is always a good way to go especially if you can get it for a really good price because then with a vehicle that holds its value well, you might end up selling it for a bit more or for close to what you got it for. But to do that, selling privately is required.
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If you're looking for a vehicle to tie you over until the one you really want comes out then a used one is probably the best of just keep the car you're driving right now. I'm actually looking at other options too since nothing official has been announced and I'm not sure if I can wait until 2020.
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