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Why The Ford Bronco Has Independent Front Suspension

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Published on Aug 26, 2020
The 2021 Ford Bronco has been criticized by many for lacking a solid front axle like the Jeep has had for decades. Ford instead adopted independent front suspension, otherwise known as IFS for a multitude of reasons. Jeep believes that a solid front axle is superior for rock crawling and difficult off-roading. Ford has instead decided to focus on ride comfort, off road speed and overall livability.

In this video we cover what those reasons are, the advantages and disadvantages of each respective axle type.
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