Is the Ford Bronco on its way to the Philippines? A dealer group may have just dropped a big hint

The Ford Bronco is one of the most iconic nameplates in the automotive industry. The Bronco nameplate was revived just a few years ago, with an all-new model that encapsulated the old-school magic but with a modern twist.

Such is the popularity of the Bronco, that here in the Philippines off-road and big car enthusiasts are clamoring for it to be sold here officially.

Autohub group teases Ford Bronco?

On paper, the idea isn’t a bad one, in the past few years the Philippine market has matured and somewhat expanded its palette. The Land Rover Defender, Jeep Wrangler, and Gladiator are some of the vehicles with the highest demand locally.

Just a few hours ago, one of the biggest local Ford dealer groups (Autohub) posted on their official Facebook page a photo of a yellow Bronco with a single emoji caption.

The post doesn’t give away much, but why would a dealer group post a photo of a car randomly without any clues whatsoever? This post could indicate that Ford Philippines has plans to release the Bronco here soon if not very soon. The question now is which Bronco will we get? there are 2 versions of the vehicle.

First is the Bronco Sport, which is a more affordable version, think of it as a Bronco ‘lite’. Of course, there’s also the full Bronco experience with the full-bore off-road goodies and features that befit the Bronco name.

In terms of pricing, we can expect the Bronco to cost upwards of around 4-6 Million Pesos depending on where the vehicle will be sourced and what specs we get locally.

Suffice it to say, that even without confirmation from Ford Philippines, a hint like this from one of the biggest dealer groups in the country holds some weight.

Pablo Salapantan

Pablo Salapantan

Pablo's first word was probably "Car", and this has developed into a personal passion that has consumed his professional life as well.

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