The mid-size Bronco features two optional fields on for body style and engine. We already know the Ranger’s cooler brother will be offered with two or four doors and the 2.3-liter EcoBoost as the base engine. As for the Escape-based Bronco Sport, you can only choose the powerplant in the guise of the 1.5- or 2.0-liter EcoBoost turbos.

What boggles the mind is that RealTruck offers more than 1,000 search results for either utility vehicle, which is erroneous by all accounts. Take the 12,000-pound winch for the Bronco Sport as a prime example, an upgrade that doesn’t fit the OEM front bumper.

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