Bronco is a small, half-wild horse

Ref: 122594/2006-10-10

In an industrial or industry context, "Bronco" typically refers to a type of utility vehicle or workhorse that is known for its ruggedness, versatility, and ability to perform tough tasks in challenging terrain.


  1. "The company uses Bronco vehicles for their construction and mining operations, due to their durability and capability to handle tough conditions."

  2. "The Bronco is a popular choice among farmers and ranchers, who appreciate its ability to maneuver in difficult terrain and haul heavy loads."

  3. "The company specializes in customizing and outfitting Bronco vehicles for use in various industrial and commercial applications, such as survey and surveyor work, telecommunication, and more."

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