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Emme Hall over on Roadshow just posted a video review comparing the Bronco Sport and Toyota RAV4 TRD:




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Nothing good can be flat towed any longer, looks like most manufacturers are sending the thousands of RV'ers to Jeep, and now Ford Bronco.
 

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BIG PROBLEM.... they are comparing the Sport it to the older 2020 Rav-4 Offroad, not the 2021 Prime which is currently available and has good acceleration with 300 hp and a host of new options. There is no 2021 Prime Offroad. For street driving, and the possibility of $8.00 gas next year, the Rav-4 Prime would be an option with it's electric power, but for offroad, the Bronco wins hands down.
 
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BIG PROBLEM.... they are comparing the Sport it to the older 2020 Rav-4 Offroad, not the 2021 Prime which is currently available and has rocket-ship acceleration with 300 hp and a host of new options. There is no 2021 Prime Offroad. For street driving, and the possibility of $8.00 gas next year, the Rav-4 Prime would be an option with it's electric power, but for offroad, the Bronco wins hands down.

Is gas really that expensive in AZ? I was angry at myself that I didn't fill up at $2.10 before Labor Day when it shot up to $2.19.
 

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