by Frank A. Aukofer
Ford’southward fondness for costless-spirited, even feisty, names for its vehicles comes to fruition with the 2021/22 Bronco revival, specially the two-door Blackness Diamond model with four-bike bulldoze and a seven-speed manual gearbox.
It joins the Raptor trucks; Mustang models, including those with electric power or brutish gasoline engines, and the all-new Bohemian, now no longer an economy sedan but a pocket-size pickup truck with a hybrid powertrain.
The Bronco handles well enough in everyday traffic, though the steering is ho-hum at 3.five turns lock to lock. But the saving grace is its brusque wheelbase — the distance between the front and rear axles — of just 8 feet 4 inches, which results in a tight turning circle for maneuvering on and off-road.