When it comes to tough-looking aggressive vehicles, no company does it better than Jeep and Ford. The two companies have done it again this year, releasing their two off-road beasts, the Jeep Wrangler and Ford Bronco. These are the vehicles meant to take you where the rest cannot venture. And frankly speaking, no vehicle does it better on the rougher terrains of Fort Wayne, IN. But which of the two has the edge over the other? Join us at Glenbrook Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram FIAT as we take you through this tough battle of titans.


The new Jeep Wrangler offers you four excellent engine options, including a new hybrid entrant. Choose from a 3.6-liter V6, a turbocharged 2.0-liter I-4, a 3.0-liter diesel, and a new hybrid dubbed the Wrangler 4xe. These engines give you options to select what suits your taste around Huntington. Moreover, the engines are offered with both manual and automatic transmission options.

Contrarily, the Bronco only offers two engine options. In fairness, the engines are pretty powerful, but they do not cater to everyone. You do not get a diesel option or a hybrid engine, but they manage to redeem themselves by offering manual and automatic transmissions.


The new Jeep Wrangler is full of surprises for drivers in Auburn, IN. It can seat four or five depending on whether you choose the two-door or the family-friendly four-door Wrangler. The interior shares the same excellent, straightforward design as the exterior. According to your taste, the dash is clear with a handsome center console and the interior is finished with the finest cloth fabrics or leather. The Wrangler also features an excellent infotainment system interfaced by Jeep’s unmatched Uconnect. Get to enjoy your trips off-road with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto available as well as a nine-speaker Alpine audio system.

Conversely, the Bronco offers buyers an interior full of rubber and vinyl materials. The Bronco is advertised as having one of the best tech-savvy interiors, but we can confirm that it comes second to the Wrangler’s interior. The Bronco offers a big 12.0-inch infotainment display but interfaced with Ford’s SYNC, which means a difficult to use interface that is not quick to respond.

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What you need is the new Jeep Wrangler. The Ford Bronco might have scared off some of the competition, but with the Wrangler still on the road, the Bronco will have to settle for second. Head to our dealership near Decatur, IN, to test drive the new Wrangler. We look forward to working with you soon!

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