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NEW BRONCO SAFARI BAR: SIDE-BY-SIDE CHANGES COMPARISON
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NEW BRONCO SAFARI BAR: SIDE-BY-SIDE CHANGES COMPARISON

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By @Laura #1976

For decades, people have been proud to own Broncos. In 2021, that sentiment is no different. Ford designed the new Broncos beautifully, including the brand name stretched across the grille in slick letters.

A safari bar plays an integral part in vehicle protection and accessory mounting while off-road, so it makes sense why owners would want one in their build. The downside of the Bronco safari bar, however, was that it blocked a handful of those brand letters everyone wants to display, the “r” through the “c.”

“We heard the feedback on the safari bar and, like the unique first edition color and interior, quickly incorporated changes in the design based on reservation holder input,” says Bronco Brand Manager Esteban Plaza-Jennings.

This next iteration of the bar sits higher across the grille, making a much larger portion of the name visible dead on. We’re glad the Bronco team is listening closely to what owners would like to see, and we’re excited to show off more of the name while using the safari bar.

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  1. Still pointless. Now it’s just a buck toothed retainer instead of a straight toothed one. Suckers buy. A purely cosmetic option to cover your “Bronco” lettering.

      1. More people rely on the safari bar for deer collisions/ accessory mounting (flags, etc). A full brushguard can be more effective for protection from branches. Either way, anything that can help prevent a radiator puncture is nice. But no worries if you don’t see the use, Dabronco33. It’s nice to hear both opinions!

  2. The new one not only doesn’t line-out BRONCO it also covers more of the grill vertically. It would provide some level of brush protection for the front grille.It may also help protect your winch if you put one on the front.

  3. So, what’s the availability going to be? If we’ve got one on our build will the change of design slow down the output again due to lack product?

  4. I’m not sure I’ll put one on. Probably an after market if I do. I don’t want ANY of the BRONCO lettering covered up. I agree that a lower bar would be better. If I put a winch on, then I’ll look into all-in-one packages

  5. That’s nice. Now how about the Winch Solution? I mean a solution that still works with the front camera!

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