This is a Motormouth couple car review of the all-new 2022 Ford Bronco. After being out of the market for 25 years, the larger Ford Bronco comes back as a true body-on-frame SUV with amazing suspension and comfortable ride, even over huge bumps. The Bronco was torture-tested in the Johnson Valley Desert and it also took on the Baja 1000, one of the world’s toughest off-road endurance races. It has available best in class maximum ground clearance of 11.6 inches for the 2-door and 11.5 inches for the 4-door. The Ford Bronco comes with two engines; the base model has a 2.3L Ecoboost engine with a 10-speed automatic transmission, 270 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque. It comes standard with a 7-speed manual on the 2-door only. For an extra $1,750 CAD you can add the automatic transmission. The 4-door offers an automatic transmission only. The second engine is a 2.7L Ecoboost V6 with 310 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque. Both engines are available on the 2-door and 4-door models. The Bronco uses regular fuel but you will get a boost in horsepower and torque with premium fuel. The 2.7L Ecoboost V6 is available for an extra $2,000 CAD on all trims, but standard on the top Wildtrak. The Bronco has a Terrain Management System with G.O.A.T. modes, goes over any type of terrain. It features 5 standard drive modes, Sand, Slippery, Sport, Eco and Normal. The Badlands model comes with two additional modes, Mud/Rut and Rock Crawl and substitutes Sport mode for Baja. In total, there are 8 available modes that vary by trim. The Bronco was first introduced in 1965 as a 1966 model and was sold until 1996. Ford has created a modern, heritage inspired design with this new Bronco. It all began in a Ford design studio with a life size digital scan of a first generation model that really influenced the proportions and style of this new SUV. It has a boxy, square design with short overhangs, a bold grille and a wide stance. This body on frame SUV comes standard with 30” tires and 16” wheels, but 17” and 18” wheels are available as well as, 32”-35” tires depending on the trim and packages you choose. The hardtop is standard on the 2-door and a folding soft top on the 4-door but you can add the hardtop for $795 CAD. The frameless doors are lightweight and easy to remove, store them onboard the 4-door model with available storage bags. There is no crossbar between the front and back rows, which creates a very open-air experience when the top is off. The sport tube crossbar has been moved back behind the second row. The instrument panel in the Bronco was inspired by the first generation model with gauges and controls that are intuitive to use. The 4-door model offers plenty of space with available leather trimmed, durable cloth and marine-grade vinyl seating choices.