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    Re: Is this Chevy's Colorado-based Bronco fighter?

    So I think everyone's had a bit too much of an imagination when they think about Ford bringing the Bronco back...

    Cause it's starting to sound it's not what you all want it to be.

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    Re: Is this Chevy's Colorado-based Bronco fighter?

    I saw that earlier this eve over on Yahoo. I have to say that I'm fine with it being more the size of the upcoming Ranger pickup too.

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    Re: Is this Chevy's Colorado-based Bronco fighter?

    If GM doesn't bring back a Blazer/TB this may be on my list for my next vehicle. I wish they would build one based on the Colorado . I don't want a Traverse or acadia , have to tow with it and those are less than ideal for that purpose being FWd based. Yes I know you can get AWD .

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    Re: Is this Chevy's Colorado-based Bronco fighter?

    I have read the opposite.

    http://www.roadandtrack.com/new-cars...o-solid-axles/

    The Bronco returns in 2020. Speaking with R&T at the show, Ford Executive Vice President Joe Hinrichs vowed that the new Bronco will be a bona-fide off-roader, hinting that the upcoming SUV could be the first true competitor to the wildly successful Jeep Wrangler in many years.

    And now, we've got further evidence supporting that claim: It sounds like the 2020 Bronco will offer solid axles front and rear.

    As Larry Vellequette reports at Automotive News, axle manufacturer Dana revealed in an investor presentation this month that it's been chosen as the driveline supplier for both the 2019 Ford Ranger and the 2020 Bronco. In the presentation, Dana indicated that both vehicles will have "front and rear axles featuring our latest AdvanTEK gear technology," Vellequette writes.

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    Re: Is this Chevy's Colorado-based Bronco fighter?

    Quote Originally Posted by chuckhines View Post
    I have read the opposite.

    http://www.roadandtrack.com/new-cars...o-solid-axles/

    The Bronco returns in 2020. Speaking with R&T at the show, Ford Executive Vice President Joe Hinrichs vowed that the new Bronco will be a bona-fide off-roader, hinting that the upcoming SUV could be the first true competitor to the wildly successful Jeep Wrangler in many years.

    And now, we've got further evidence supporting that claim: It sounds like the 2020 Bronco will offer solid axles front and rear.

    As Larry Vellequette reports at Automotive News, axle manufacturer Dana revealed in an investor presentation this month that it's been chosen as the driveline supplier for both the 2019 Ford Ranger and the 2020 Bronco. In the presentation, Dana indicated that both vehicles will have "front and rear axles featuring our latest AdvanTEK gear technology," Vellequette writes.
    I hope this turns out to be true. Also once again GM seems to be squandering the opportunity to be first on the scene and garner all the accolades. Why do they always seem to be so lily-livered and indecisive on things that could get them really good recognition?

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    Re: Is this Chevy's Colorado-based Bronco fighter?

    Based on how long it is taking to get the ZR2 to market it should be 2022 before you see this truck! You will see it in pictures for 5 years before it is on the road!
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