The 2015 Ford Bronco

Is Ford looking to take on the Wrangler? We hope so.

Over the past few years Ford has been making their SUV’s all AWD Crossovers and therefore if you want something capable off-road that is Ford you had to either get the Ford F-150 or the Ford F-150 because that’s it. The Ford Explorer is now designed to utilize efficiency, the Ford Escape looks like a Ford Focus is shooting steroids and the Ford Edge says that the vehicle is not capable in the owner’s manual. So now we see that there is a niche of SUV’s that is actually growing in front of us because everyone is being a pussy and making their SUV’s into minivans. The new Nissan Pathfinder looks less capable than the Murano Crosscabriolet. The Nissan Xterra may vanish, the Chevy Tahoe could become a hunkered down crossover therefore destroying ground clearance and all while the Jeep sales are up because people are buying Wranglers and Grand Cherokees. There is certainly those of us that want the ability to get off the beaten path and get the hell away from society every once in awhile.

2015 Ford Bronco Specs

So word from our Ford insider is that the 2015 Bronco concept is getting some interest from the corporate brass and from what we are told we really like what we are hearing. First off the Bronco will be based on the F-150 chassis and will only come in the shared 4WD system of the F-150. In fact it seems that the Bronco will share many parts with the Ford F-150 therefore cutting cost for development. The engine choices for the 2015 Ford Bronco that are being mulled over that certainly caught our attention is the 3.5L Ecoboost, 5.0L and the 4.5L Diesel engine options. No word on the specifics but it could possibly mean an SVT edition that uses the 5.0L and possibly some FOX shocks like the Ford Raptor. Sweet! Expect to see a 2Dr and 4Dr version of this 2015 Bronco.


2015 Ford Bronco Price

Whatever the case, we hope that Ford builds the 2015 Bronco with a removable top and power to spare. I certainly would be waiting in line with some cash in hand like a hipster waiting for the latest Apple item. So please Ford bring back that boxy beauty and let’s start a pissing contest between Ford’s and Jeep’s because we would all win with that happening. As for price, expect the Bronco to start at a competitive rate with the Wrangler of around $26,000.

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2015 Ford Edge at Randall Noe Ford

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The 2015 Edge was reengineered from the ground up. Its bold new design grabs attention, while the choice of three powerful engines shatter convention and deliver pure, exhilarating performance. And once behind the wheel, you’ll find yourself surrounded by state-of-the-art technologies engineered to inspire confidence on the road.

For more information about the 2015 Edge and all of the great vehicles in the Ford lineup visit Randall Noe Ford today!

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Ford Focus RS

The Focus line just took a huge step forward with the newly announced Ford Focus RS. The high-performance hatch boasts a 2.3L EcoBoost engine, 6-speed manual transmission, and unlike its predecessors — all-wheel drive. The combo of AWD and the turbo-charged four cylinder engine make this bad boy impressively quick, delivering well in excess of 315 horsepower potential. Add in the eye-catching exterior, and interior that features heavily bolstered Recaro sports seats — and you have what is easily the most impressive Ford Focus to date.


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2014 Ford Raptor: The Monster of the Pavement

It is the iconic Ford f-150 with a twist! The hot, new 2014 Ford f-150 Raptor is flying off the lots almost as quick as they come! If you are in search of a revved up, vamped up, Pavement King, all-American, Ford truck, this is everything you have been searching for and more. This 4×4 rolls on 17 inch cast aluminum wheels and LT315/70R17 BSW all-terrain tires with a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS), standard. It fuel tank holds 26 gallons for fewer fill ups and more time on the road.

randall1This truck of all trucks is powered by a 6.2 liter V8 engine, standard, and has a 6 speed automatic transmission. There is an overhead console with two storage bins to stow away your necessities. The tailgate is removable for the larger items you transport and has a key lock and lift assist. There are front and rear tow hooks so that towing is possible from both directions and the clear lens dual-beam halogen headlights provide visibility and clarity to your drive. A remote start system makes it possible to start up the car without ever needing to be in it.

More features include a 110 volt inverter, 4.2 inch LCD productivity screen, 6-way power adjustable driver’s seat, reverse sensing system, auto-dimming rearview mirror, power sliding rear window with privacy tinted glass, trailer sway control, and 60/40 flip-up split rear seat.

randall2Come in for a test drive at Randall Noe Ford 1608 W. Moore Ave Terrell, TX or give us a call at 972-524-3775 today!

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Ford GT

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Ford’s flagship racer gets a thorough reimagining in the new Ford GT. The first thing you’ll notice is the highly aerodynamic design that includes an active rear spoiler, seats built into the carbon fiber passenger cell — the pedals and F1-style steering wheel move to fit your body — aluminum front and rear subframes and structural carbon fiber body panels. But more important is the next-generation twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 that’s good for 600hp and paired with a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox, 20-inch wheels, an adjustable suspension, and carbon-ceramic brakes to deliver outstanding performance. Best of all, it’ll be going into production late next year.

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