10 Biggest News Stories of the Week: 2021 Ford Bronco Can’t Be Broken

OK, OK, we get it: You’re excited about the 2021 Ford Bronco. We are, too. And how could we not be? The Bronco hasn’t been this high-profile since O.J. Simpson’s low-speed Los Angeles freeway chase back in ’94 that made the rugged SUV synonymous with … well, anyway, for some reason it was discontinued two years later and hasn’t been seen this side of Brentwood in a quarter-century. But the Bronco’s back, baby, bucking the trend of its old undesirable associations and stampeding back into off-road enthusiasts’ hearts — not to mention our weekly roundup of our most popular news articles.

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Cars.com’s coverage of the resurrected-for-2021 Bronco dominates this week’s stable of stories, occupying four of 10 spots, including Nos. 2 through 5, as well as No. 7. Be sure to check out Cars.com reviewer Aaron Bragman’s rundown highlighting the major differences between the Bronco and the Jeep Wrangler (whose ass Ford so pointedly wants a piece of), from the way it approaches the whole doorless thing to performance specs to that “creeper gear” for rock crawling.

Beyond that lie full previews of everything we know about two-door and four-door Bronco models, as well as the SUV’s smaller (but also capable) canyon-combing crossover, the Bronco Sport.

All of that’s in addition to news on the best new-car deals for the month of July, the Toyota Tacoma and Tundra, the Mazda3 and the Chevrolet Corvette — so be sure to peruse the entire list to catch up on the biggest headlines. Here are the top 10 news stories Cars.com readers couldn’t get enough of in the past week:

1. What’s the Best New-Car Deal for July 2020?

2. 9 Ways the New 2021 Ford Bronco Is Not a Jeep Wrangler

3. 2021 Ford Bronco 2-Door and 4-Door: Jeep Has Some Homework to Do

4. Here’s When You Can See the New 2- and 4-Door Bronco and Bronco Sport Down to the Minute

5. 2021 Subaru Crosstrek’s New Sport Model, New Engine, Same-ish Starting Price

6. Tacoma Vs. Tundra: Stacking Up Toyota’s Pickup Trucks

7. 2021 Ford Bronco Sport: When You Want a Bronco but an Escape Makes More Sense

8. 2021 Mazda3 2.5 Turbo: Low-Key Looks, High-Power Fun

9. Portrait Mode Employed: Subaru Updates Starlink for Apple CarPlay

10. 2020 Chevrolet Corvette: How I’d Spec Mine

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