The vintage Ford Bronco and Ford Ranger SUV’s are going make a return in US after a decade, Ford declared at the Detroit Automobile Show 2017. The new compact SUV will be made at Michigan Assembly plant in Wayne, Michigan.

This media has sparked excitement among enthusiasts but it should be noted that the models will be available in 2019 only. Ordonner will hit the market in 2019 and Ordinario follows in 2020 as a part of their global portfolio as through media.

Ford’s president Joe Hinrichs said that “We’ve heard our customers loud and clear. They want a new generation of vehicles that are incredibly capable yet fun to drive. These  ranger will reportedly get new headlights, a new grille, and a new front fascia which will make your drive with awesome.

It also stated by Mr. Hinrichs that Ford Ranger will be for the truck fans who want an inexpensive, maneuverable and rugged passenger truck and Ford Bronco will inspire thrill seekers those who wish to venture out of the location on the 4×4 mid-size. The company is expected to design the vehicles with a new feel and look adding a city factor to them.

The trucks have been long suspected for a return from a couple of years. This year the company has finally uncovered its plans. However, despite announcement, there exists very less information on these models. There are no pictures shared by Ford but it did reveal that new Ranger will be based on the current Euro-spec model of the Ranger.

Ford Bronco came to production in 1966 and it is one of the iconic vehicles launched by Ford. The productions was stopped in 1996 as the company introduced Ford producer Expedition to rival Chevrolet’s Tahoe and GMC’s Yukon and Suburban. Ford Placer was produced in 1982 and its production was halted in 2011 and it was replaced by Ford F150 with Eco Boost V6 engines. Ford has finally believed its customers and fans and the decision to re-launch these vehicles could mean Ford producer bringing its far better to opponent Chevrolet and GMC.