In 1980 Ford redesigned the Bronco and sales quadrupled compared to the early Bronco. The 1980 to 1996 Bronco had a longer wheelbase, a lot more storage room and 4WD. Standard equipment for the Broncos came off the assembly line with a 300-cid six-cylinder with a manual transmission. You could also choose a 5.0L or 5.8L V8. In 1993 the 5.0L became the base engine.
The automatic transmission was an available option for the 1980 to 1996 Broncos although a manual transmission was what came standard. Power is transferred to the independent front TTB Dana 44 and solid rear 9 inch or 8.8 inch axle through a manual shift transfer case and later an electronic shift transfer case. To switch it into 4WD was just a matter of moving a shift lever on the floor or a push of the dash button.
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