When Ford announced the resurrection of the infamous Bronco for the 2021 model year, fans of the legendary SUV rejoiced. Unfortunately, few details have emerged from Ford since. Westland Ford has been hard at work researching what industry insiders expect to be true about the upcoming 2021 Ford Bronco.
The 2021 Ford Bronco is expected to feature a boxy, nostalgic design reminiscent of the original iterations of the Bronco. The SUV is also anticipated to come in both two and four-door variations and will have a removable top for those who like to feel the wind in their hair.
One detail explicitly confirmed by Ford about the new 2021 Bronco is the existence of a hybrid powertrain. The hybrid Bronco will combine the rugged capability of a full-size SUV with the fuel efficiency afforded by an electric battery. Though this will not be the Bronco’s only engine option, it provides a greener option for drivers who are concerned about their environmental impact or with saving money on gasoline.
This time around, the Ford Bronco is expected to release for 2021 with a companion model currently dubbed by Ford enthusiasts as the “Baby Bronco.” The smaller “Baby Bronco” is expected to fill the size gap between the Escape and the Bronco.
Until now, there haven’t been many options for drivers who want an electric vehicle but still need something that can tow and haul. However, at the beginning of this year, Ford announced that they’d be releasing an all-electric version of their Ford F-150. Since then, that announcement has inspired lots of excitement in the eco-conscious community.
Though Ford has yet to announce exactly when the all-electric F-150 will go into production, it has done a great job of keeping fans excited. This summer, Ford released a video that demonstrated the immense towing capabilities of the electric Ford F-150 prototype. In it, the chief engineer of the F-150, Linda Zhang, shows off the electric F-150 prototype’s towing power by pulling 42 2019 Ford F-150 trucks as well as 10 double-decker rail cars. Altogether, the electric Ford F-150 prototype tows 1 million pounds in the video.
Granted, the prototype boasts a greater capability than what the production version of the electric truck will offer. But whatever capability it does provide is sure to be enough to meet, and perhaps exceed, the needs of electric-truck consumers.
Contact us at Westland Ford for more news from the automaker. Or stop by in person to experience the capability and high-tech amenities of a shiny new 2020 Ford truck.
After a nearly decade-long hiatus, the 2019 Ford Ranger is finally ready to make its triumphant reemergence in the American market. Details of the all-new small pickup prove that the wait was worth it. Boasting best-in-class capability, incredible off-road performance, and impressive next-gen technologies like Ford + Alexa, the 2019 Ford Ranger is a pickup enthusiast’s long-awaited dream come true.
The 2019 Ford Ranger takes industry-leading capability very
seriously. In fact, the 2019 Ranger will offer best-in-class gas torque when
equipped with the potent 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine, and best-in-class gas
payload and towing, opening up a world of possibilities for pickup drivers
With the rugged FX4 Off-Road Package, the 2019 Ranger is
ready to tackle virtually any situation. Featuring tuned off-road monotube
shocks, all-terrain tires, traction-enhancing electronic-locking rear
differential, and a heavy-duty skid plate, this package is must for anyone
interested in pushing their pickup to the limits.
Ford + Alexa technology
With Ford + Alexa integration, the 2019 Ranger boasts a
seamless and intuitive connectivity experience, offering simple voice control
of all of your favorite music, apps, Amazon shopping, and much more.
Learn all about this latest Ford truck model when you stop in for a visit at Westland Ford.
After taking a break for about eight years, the Ford Ranger is making a comeback. In fact, Ford has started production for the 2019 Ford Ranger at the newly transformed Michigan Assembly Plant. To celebrate the production, Ford invited the plant’s more than 3,000 employees to a special demonstration and off-road experience for the all-new truck.
This event not only celebrates the start of production, but a rebirth of the assembly plant. Ford has invested $850 million to revitalize the plant for modern production. In addition to the Ranger, the Michigan Assembly Plant will product the all-new Ford Bronco, which is scheduled for production in 2020.
“Ford truck fans demanded a midsize pickup that’s ‘Built Ford Tough,’ and we’re delivering with our all-new Ranger that’s specially designed and engineered for American truck customers,” said Joe Hinrichs, Ford’s president of global operations. “At the same time, we’re revitalizing our Michigan Assembly Plant and securing good-paying jobs for our hourly employees here in the U.S.”
With vehicles like the Ranger and Bronco, Ford is looking to transform its lineup. These vehicles are the first in a long line of all-new vehicles set to debut by 2020. In fact, Ford plans to revamp more than 75% of its portfolio by that time.
Learn more about what Ford has in store for the Ranger by following the Westland Ford blog.
Autumn is the most wonderful time of the year in Ogden! There’s never been a better time to attend the Acorn Antique Vintage Show, with over 30 years in expert antique finds, so let’s explore three excellent reasons to go.
The Acorn Antique Vintage Show proudly features items from over 60 different vendors from the Midwest to the Pacific coast. This means you’ll be able to find elegant statement pieces for your home that no one else has or find the perfect DIY project to challenge you on the weekends.
Start a new tradition this November and shop small! The Acorn Antique Vintage Show has all the special items to cross off Santa’s list for the holiday season. Tackle three full days of shopping specialty items artists brought to Ogden.
Load up the whole family in your Ford and you’ll have plenty of room for your treasures from the Weber County Fairgrounds. Children and parents will find something new through stories with vendors as they tell their tale about their finds and there will even be room for what you didn’t on purchasing. So whether you brought a Ford F-150 or Expedition to the Acorn Antique Vintage Show, you know you’ll have plenty of space for the family and the finds!
Of course, if you first need a vehicle to get you there, then come check out our collection of cars here at Westland Ford.
It’s difficult to find someone who doesn’t know about the Ford Mustang. The nameplate was an overnight sensation when it debuted, and it quickly became an icon of the era of muscle cars. Even still today, the Ford Mustang is a household name, and its seamless combination of distinctive, nostalgic design and modern innovation keep it going strong even as it becomes entrenched in an increasingly competitive auto industry. This perseverance has brought a new Ford Mustang milestone to fruition – the 10 million mark.
Ford has officially produced over 10 million Mustang vehicles in the past 54 years, making it the best-selling sports car in the world. To celebrate this milestone, Ford unveiled the new Nascar Mustang, which will be taking the place of the custom Ford Fusion sedan, a vehicle that is phasing out of the brand’s lineup.
What’s the secret to the Ford Mustang’s continual success? The Mustang offers a diverse lineup that appeals to a variety of price points and lifestyles, as well as being a household name. Ford has stuck to the original concept behind the Mustang for years – creating a sports car that is powerful, attractive, and affordable for the everyday driver.
Hitting the latest Ford Mustang milestone was a point of pride for Ford CEO Jim Hacket. He called the Mustang “the soul of the company,” praising the Ford Mustang’s role as one of Ford’s signature vehicles.
Come find a Ford Mustang of your own when you stop into Westland Ford.
When shopping around for the perfect vehicle, drivers are often looking to get the most for their money. In the past couple of years, a new type of vehicle has gained popularity among American drivers: the subcompact SUV. The subcompact SUV segment is the fastest growing segment in the auto industry, providing the perfect combination of performance, capability, and affordability to drivers.
You might expect that only older drivers are making the jump to SUVs, but that’s not the case. As Erich Merkle, a Ford U.S. Sales analyst, said, “Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials – everybody wants their SUV, and Gen Z is no different.” Many young drivers are moving away from subcompact cars and towards new, smart subcompact SUVs. Four years ago, American drivers in the 18-to-24-year old demographic bought 8,121 subcompact cars and 443 subcompact SUVs. In 2017, however, they bought 3,981 subcompact cars and 2,840 subcompact SUVs. This remarkable jump is a 541 percent increase in subcompact SUV sales.
Ford is always keeping the wants and needs of contemporary drivers in mind, and that’s why the automaker introduced the Ford EcoSport this year to compete in the subcompact SUV segment. This sporty vehicle will perfectly meet the needs of a variety of drivers and boasts exceptional efficiency, space, and state-of-the-art features across the board. In particular, the connectivity features of the EcoSport will perfectly suit the connected lifestyles of young drivers.
You can learn more about the incredible Ford EcoSport when you visit Westland Ford.
As summertime winds down, it’s time to make some last-minute summer memories. Located just a short trip away from Ogden, UT are various destinations for you to visit and soak in the last rays of summer sun. Here are a couple day trips from Ogden, UT – which you can stretch to weekend trips, if you’d like – that we recommend.
Heber Valley, Utah
The wonderous Heber Valley is located only an hour and 15 minutes away from Ogden, making it the perfect day trip, and sits next to the Wasatch Mountain State Park. While visiting, you can take a scenic ride on the Heber Valley Historic Railroad Line, take a dip in the hot spring Homestead Crater, and round out the day by grabbing some food at Heber Valley Artisan Cheese. If you want to extend your trip, you can explore nearby Deer Creek State Park and Jordanelle State Park.
Bear Lake, Garden City, Utah
Bear Lake State Park is located a mere two hours from Ogden and is well worth the trip. Colloquially known as the Caribbean of the Rockies, Bear Lake boasts beautiful blue waters because of the lake’s limestone deposits. In the park, you can camp, spend some time on the water, explore the numerous hiking trails, or even do some cave exploring.
If you need a vehicle to reach these exciting summer destinations, we here at Westland Ford are happy to provide you with your new means of transportation.