Ford Invests $9 Billion To Produce These Two Cars

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Ford has gone all out of their way in signing a four-year deal with United Auto Workers (UAW) over at the Michigan plant, because they will be in the works of getting these two cars produced. The Ford Bronco and the Ford Ranger, both have always been much-loved, will be getting a refined design and we can’t tell you how exciting this is going to be.

With $9 billion spent for the Michigan plant to produce these two muscle cars, it’s no wonder that they have been constantly questioned by enthusiasts about what these vehicles are going to be. Now that we’ve all known which of the two that will take on the showrooms in 2018 (possibly), there’s a good chance that these two could fare well in the market.

But probably they would be met with a contender this time. The Ford Ranger will be produced in 2018 and if rumours are true about the Bronco being rebooted two years following the Ranger, it could possibly kill off the Jeep Wrangler. There’s a high chance though, despite the fact that the Ford SUVs won’t be arriving anytime soon.

Which team are you on – the Ford Ranger/Bronco or Jeep Wrangler?

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