Ford Ranger, Bronco, And Hyundai Santa Cruz: Come Out And Play

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The 2016 Detroit Auto Show was certainly an eye-opener for some, especially with its showstopper cars that were on display. But now that it’s over, questions have been raised as to why some cars didn’t manage to appear at the show. Yes, we’re talking about the Ford Ranger, Ford Bronco and the Hyundai Santa Cruz.

We’ve seen the redesigned 2017 Honda Ridgeline standing proud, with looks and features that will not only have the attention of speciality buyers, but serious truck lovers would also be considering this. What lies in the heart of this mid-sized pick-up is a 3.5-litre, six-cylinder engine, and it’s worth noting that the Ridgeline’s payload capacity could reach to an approximate 1,600 pounds.

Now that we are aware that the Ridgeline had been making its round of headlines, what about the others like the Ford Bronco, Ford Ranger and Hyundai Santa Cruz (the hideous-looking one)?

So, which of the vehicles displayed at the Detroit Auto Show caught your eye most? And when do you think that the above mentioned MIA (missing in action) cars would be showcased to the public?

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