Mention of the Bronco’s new engine began on the magazine’s cover alongside other signs of the time, including the 1966 International Scout Sport Top and a tidbit concerning Hydramatic transmissions in Jeep vehicles. When the Early Bronco was launched in the 1966 model year, the SUV was available with a 170-cubic-inch inline-six engine good for 105 horsepower and 156 lb-ft of torque. A three-speed manual transmission and a Bronco-specific Dana 20 transfer case were also included.
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