Ford Bronco and Ranger are coming back

Ford is starting off 2017 super strong, announcing their plans to revive the Ford Bronco SUV and the Ford Ranger pickup truck. The American based automaker plans on making the vehicles in their plant in Wayne, Michigan, where they previously made the Ford Focus before they moved production to Mexico.

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The official announcement will be made at the Detroit auto show later this week. The Bronco was discontinued in 1996 shortly after O.J. Simpson led a famous car chase while driving one.

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