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Bronco (2nd Gen)

1977 - 1979
United States

🗃 SUV ✅ Production Figures

A total of 181,955 FORD Bronco (2nd Gen) have been produced on earth in United States between 1977 and 1979.

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History of the FORD Bronco (2nd Gen)

For the 1978 model year, the second-generation Bronco was introduced; to better compete with the Chevrolet K5 Blazer, Dodge Ramcharger, and Jeep Cherokee, the Bronco entered the full-size SUV segment. In place of a model-specific chassis, the Bronco was adapted directly from the Ford F-Series, becoming a shortened version of the F-100 4x4. Originally intended for a 1974 launch, the second-generation Bronco (named "Project Shorthorn" during its development) was postponed to 1978 in response to fuel economy concerns related to the 1973 fuel crisis; the second-generation Bronco was released for sale after development was nearly finalized on its 1980 successor. In a notable break from a period of downsizing in the American automotive industry, the second-generation Bronco grew significantly in size, adding 12 inches of wheelbase, approximately 28 inches of length, 11 inches of width, and 4 inches of height; based on powertrain configuration, the Bronco gained 1,100 to 1,600 pounds of curb weight over its predecessor. The second-generation Bronco marks the introduction of design commonality with the Ford F-Series and retained the lift-off hardtop bodystyle for the three-door wagon, though now fiberglass over the rear seat area only (and not a full-length steel top), continued through the 1996 withdrawal of the model line. In spite of its short production cycle (only two years), the second-generation Bronco proved successful, overtaking the Blazer and Ramcharger in sales for the first time; initial demand was so strong that customers waited several months to receive vehicles from dealers.

Upgrades & Evolutions during the FORD Bronco (2nd Gen) production

What are the FORD Bronco (2nd Gen) paint codes?

Bright Red 1977 1978
Bright Yellow 1978 1979
Cinnamon Glow 1977 1978
Coral 1979
Creme 1978
Dark Brown Metallic 1978 1979
Gold Metallic 1979
Jade Glow 1977 1978
Light Blue 1977 1978
Light Jade 1977 1978 1979
Light Medium Blue 1979
Light Sand 1979
Maroon Metallic 1979
Medium Blue Glow 1979
Medium Copper 1977 1978
Medium Copper Metallic 1979
Medium Emerald 1977 1978 1979
Midnight Jade 1979
Orange 1977
Silver Metallic 1977 1978
Silver Metallic 1979
Tan 1978
Walnut Glow 1979

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What are the production figures of the FORD Bronco (2nd Gen) year by year?

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What is the average quotation of the FORD Bronco (2nd Gen) year by year?

ℹ️ These quotations are based on 76 ads published on several websites visited all over the globe. If you want to find out more about our statistics on classic cars, do not hesitate to reach out to us on twitter.

FORD Bronco (2nd Gen) quotations from DEC 2020 to AUG 2022

📉 Cheapest quotation : US$5,750
Average quotation : US$61,610
📈 Most expensive quotation : US$259,000

The FORD Bronco (2nd Gen) has been produced in several configurations

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