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Are you looking for a used Ford Bronco? Look no further than Future Ford of Sacramento. Our well-stocked showroom is bursting with pre-owned Broncos in just about every trim and configuration. We constantly take in off-lease models and trades, so our inventory is refreshed almost daily. Our sales team includes some of the most experienced and talented automotive professionals in the business, and our consultative approach guarantees you’ll love your purchase experience.

Here at Future Ford of Sacramento, we don’t believe in gimmicks or high-pressure sales tactics; instead, you’ll take the lead. We tailor your experience to your individual needs. Let us know your budget and particular lifestyle needs, and we’ll guide you to the best used Bronco for the job. The dynamic Bronco offers class-leading capability and an extensive range of trims. Best of all, the lineup includes affordable Bronco 4×4 models for budget-seeking buyers.

Whatever your needs, you’ve made a great choice with the completely redesigned Ford Bronco. From the Bronco Base to the upscale Outer Banks and incredible Raptor, the lineup includes tons of options for every price point and backcountry trail. Why not purchase your used Bronco at the best and most competitive price? That’s what you’ll find when you shop at Future Ford of Sacramento. Our amazing selection, everyday low prices, and world-class service and support make us the premier Ford dealer in Sacramento.


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The History of the Bronco

Did you know that the Bronco was Ford’s first-ever SUV? Launched in 1966, the original Bronco was an off-road-ready competitor that went head to head with models like the Jeep CJ and International Harvester Scout. The first Broncos only came with a two-door body style and featured a relatively small 92-inch wheelbase. Riding on a dedicated truck platform, the Bronco was built for off-roading, with standard four-wheel drive and a shift-on-the-fly transfer case.

Ford expanded the lineup to include a convertible roadster version and an open-bed pickup version, but neither lasted long. At its heart, the Bronco was a true SUV. The Bronco grew into a full-size SUV for its second generation, which began with the 1978 model year. It was 28 inches longer and well over 1,000 lbs heavier than the original, which was a bold decision at a time when fuel prices were spiking. But within two years, the Bronco became a best-seller in the segment, so much so that Ford couldn’t keep up with demand.

Still only offered in two-door versions, the 1970s Bronco favored brawn over refinement. Still, for added premium extras like air conditioning, a radio, a tilt steering wheel, and a three-passenger front bench seat, which converted it into a six-passenger SUV. Launched in 1980, the third generation featured more efficient powertrains and sat on the F-150 pickup platform. An inline six-cylinder engine was included as the standard motor and paired with a manual transmission.

The fourth and fifth generations led to substantial design changes. Notably, more comfort and convenience features and a handful of luxury-level appointments were added. Leather seating was available, along with power mirrors with embedded signal lights. Anti-lock braking was also incorporated to meet new federal safety guidelines. However, sales decreased, leading to Ford’s decision to discontinue the Bronco in 1996 for good…or so we thought.

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The Reimagined Bronco Wows Fans

Flash forward to 2021, and––to the excitement of drivers everywhere––Ford launches the all-new, completely reimagined Ford Bronco. Featuring retro 1960s-era styling and an array of modern technology, the new Bronco lineup earned a spot on Car and Driver’s Editor’s Choice List. This time around, Ford offers the Bronco in two- and four-door body styles. A powerful 300-hp standard engine delivers plenty of low-range torque, but thrill seekers can opt for a more powerful 330-hp twin-turbo version.

Choosing just one vehicle from the Ford Bronco’s expansive multi-trim lineup can be difficult for buyers. Decisions over the soft top or traditional hardtop, extra off-roading equipment, and upscale premium finishes have to be made before buying, but that didn’t stop Ford from selling out its First Edition version within hours. Hardcore off-roaders love the Bronco’s Sasquatch Package, which adds massive mud tires, a factory lift, and a tricked-out suspension.

Soccer parents and suburban drivers aren’t left out, thanks to the Bronco Outer Banks. This version prioritizes premium cabin features like leather seating, a massive 12-inch infotainment touchscreen, and an available Bang & Olufsen audio system with concert-grade sound. By contrast, the rugged Wildtrak included FOX dampers, electronic locking front, and rear axles, and multiple advanced trail riding technologies, including Trail Turn Assist and Trail Control.

A close up of an orange 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor is shown traversing over a rocky trail.

Let Us Help You Find Your Bronco Today

If you’re scratching your head, wondering which Bronco is right for you, we invite you to reach out to a member of our sales team for assistance. We know the Bronco lineup inside and out. We’re happy to answer your questions and ask a few of our own. Once we get to know you and understand your needs and budget, we can guide you to the trims and packages that fit you best. No two buyers are alike, which is why we approach your purchase uniquely.

Whether you’re a budget-conscious shopper or plan to explore every mile of California’s backcountry trails, there’s a Bronco suited to your needs. We’re constantly updating our used Bronco inventory, so if you don’t see the exact one you want, don’t worry! Check back with us often, or better yet, ask one of our talented sales professionals to be on the lookout for the Bronco of your dreams.

Our goal behind every sale is to create an interactive process that results in you driving home with a smile on your face. We don’t push our customers to buy, nor do we waste their time. Our process is efficient and straightforward, and we offer many online tools to streamline your shopping experience. You can value your trade, browse our inventory, and even apply for financing from the comfort of your home. We also vet every used model to ensure it meets our exacting standards before it earns a spot in our showroom.

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Sacramento’s Premier Ford Dealer

Future Ford of Sacramento is the area’s premier Ford dealer. We’ve helped countless customers find the new or used Ford of their dreams, and we’re proud of the high satisfaction ratings and lifelong relationships we’ve cultivated over years of serving the community. Here at Future Ford of Sacramento, we believe in a different way of selling cars. Gone are the days of hidden fees and high pressure; instead, you’ll experience world-class service and support from our experienced team of sales professionals.

We have a full-service in-house finance team just waiting to find the best financing plan for your vehicle purchase. Our huge sales volume gives us access to the best rates in town. Bad credit? Don’t worry! We work with buyers from all financial backgrounds, including first-time buyers and folks with less-than-perfect credit. Our online application will save you time and get you pre-approved so you can focus on finding your dream car.

After we send you home happy, come back for all your required factory maintenance. We staff our state-of-the-art service facility with factory-trained technicians experienced in all aspects of Ford service and maintenance. Whether you’re here for an oil change, a new set of tires, or a more complex mechanical issue, our team will diagnose, service, and care for your vehicle like it’s their own. It’s a great time to shop for a used Ford Bronco at Future Ford of Sacramento. Call or visit us today––we can’t wait to serve you!