Ford has a long history of offering rugged, adventurous, and capable trucks to American drivers, and it continues that legacy with models like the F-150 and F-250. But there's exciting news on the horizon. In the next couple of years, Ford plans to resurrect two classic nameplates with new, modern designs: the legendary Bronco off-road SUV and the Ranger midsize pickup.

The last Ford Ranger was one of the most broadly used midsize pickups on the market. After several years out of production, Ford is bringing back the nameplate for 2019. According to Ford, the new Ranger will be a versatile truck with robust off-road ability. It's a smaller alternative to the F-150 for those who prize maneuverability. Plus, an EcoBoost engine under the hood will balance power with efficiency. Come see the new Ranger at Suburban Ford of Waterford when it arrives in early 2019.

Off-road enthusiasts across the country remember the looks and capability of the old Ford Bronco. In the mid-to-late twentieth century, hardly anything could match its prowess over tough terrain. Ford heard the cry for more off-road vehicle options and decided to bring back the Bronco for a modern audience. Ford has released little official information about the all-new SUV, except that it will feature smart technology, off-road friendly design, and bold styling. More information is coming soon, with the Bronco slated for release in 2020.

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