The Bronco Nation community has received data on the fuel consumption of the new generation of the Ford Bronco SUV.
“Bronco customers demand the highest level of off-road performance. Featuring competition-proven EcoBoost engines and exclusive drivetrains, our all-new 2-door and 4-door versions of the Bronco SUV offer the best power, torque and fuel efficiency in their class, ”Ford said in a statement.
According to the foreign community Bronco Nation, the 2021 Ford Bronco will consume 11.2 L / 100 km of fuel on the combined cycle.
The publication allegedly contains a scan of an official document showing long-awaited fuel economy figures for all SUV powertrains and various configurations. It is worth noting that the Bronco Nation is closely associated with Ford, which suggests that this data can be trusted.
As you’d expect, the smaller 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine delivers better fuel economy than the 2.7-liter twin-turbo V6. However, the difference is very small, especially when looking at the models with the Sasquatch off-road “package”. The four-cylinder engine with this option achieves an economy of 13.06 l / 100 km compared to 13.83 l / 100 km for the six-cylinder engine.
Ford has already announced plans to offer the Sasquatch package with a 2.3-liter engine and a seven-speed manual transmission, although it originally planned to make this option only for automatic versions.
The Sasquatch kit includes Goodyear 35-inch mud tires on 17-inch Beadlock wheels, Dana electronic differential locks for both axles, Bilstein shocks and a 4.7: 1 final drive ratio.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that almost 200 different accessories are available for the Ford Bronco SUV. The American automaker has launched a website that shows images and prices of all the accessories you can order in addition to the reborn Bronco SUV.