Resurrection of Ford Bronco 2021: See what’s new!

The retro-styled Ford Bronco is back in the market after 25 years. The buzz about Ford Bronco has been around the town, just like a hot cake. These 90s sports utility vehicle is crossed over with the SUV line of model to offer the Millenials an adventurous ride.

The off-road capabilities, variations, and customization options of Ford Bronco 2021 have been talked off the town. And now that finally, spring has arrived, it is the most popular off-road SUV in the market.   

A short history of the Ford Bronco

Ford had first launched its Bronco model in 1965. It had been a high demanding sports utility car until 1984. It gave a tough competition to Jeep CJ-5,  Chevrolet K5 Blazer,  Dodge Ramcharger, and International Harvester Scout. However, the demand for the Ford Bronco model exhibited a decline. Finally, Ford decided to stop manufacturing the Ford Bronco model in 1996, replacing it with the Ford Expedition.

Now in 2021, Ford Bronco is back with a bang. The wide variety of trims and add ons jazzed up the launch of Ford Bronco 2021. It is an excellent pick of SUV that suits your adventurous mode.

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Ford Bronco 2021 has a good number of versions that will offer you to choose according to your adventurous level. The versions of Ford Bronco 2021 are as follows.

  • 2021 Bronco Sport Base
  • 2021 Bronco Sport Big Bend
  • 2021 Bronco Sport Outer Banks
  • 2021 Bronco Sport Badlands
  • 2021 Ford Bronco Sport First Edition 

Moreover, you get the choice of choosing Ford Bronco 2021, having two doors or four doors. The pricing of the two-door Ford Bronco 2021 is available on their official site. The pricing for four-door Ford Bronco 2021 is yet to be unveiled.

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All the Features You Must Know 

As we are talking all about Ford Bronco 2021, let’s take a quick look into its features.

  1.  4×4 feature offers unquestionable traction power as well as minimizes wheel slips
  2.  Ford Co-Pilot 360 feature offering advanced driver-assist technology.
  3.  Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) to ensure you a better grip on Four-Wheel Disc brakes
  4.  Electric Power-Assisted Steering (EPAS) providing better control on your steerings
  5.  Seating capacity of 5
  6.  3 voice-activated technology by SYNC® 3 along with an 8-inch touchscreen that offers enhanced Voice Recognition Communications 
  7. Robust Entertainment System with 6 stereo speakers and compatibility with Apple Carplay™ and Android Auto™  
  8.  Flip-up rear glass offering better and easier access to your cargo 
  9.  8-speed automatic transmission
  10.  The higher torque at lower rpm supports its off-roading capabilities.
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Breakdown of Trims & Addons

2021 Ford Bronco has come up with fancy trim level names. However, just the name may not give you a clear idea about the trims and add-ons. Therefore, here is a clear description of the Bronco models’ line-up.

  • Base: With standard gears, the base model is ideal for those who like t customize their SUVs. The model contains all the basic features such as 16-inch wheels, removable doors, 255/70 all-season tires, Sync 4 infotainments, and roof and cloth seats. Ford's terrain response modes, i.e., the six Goes Over All Types of Terrain (GOAT) modes is a primary feature of the base model. It has a seven-speed manual transmission along with a powerful engine having 310-pound feet of torque. However, you may opt for a 2.7-liter V6 engine instead of a 2.3 liter turbo-four engine to hike up the torque to 400 lb-ft.
  • Big Bend: The bright LED fog lamps, bigger wheels (17 inches), and mighty tires (255/75 all-terrain) further gear ups the GOAT factor in the big bend model. While the carbon gray accents offer an impressive exterior, the leathery touch on the steering wheel and gear selector adds more to the impression. Smart keyless access, dual-zone climate control, along with some more exciting add-ons, can contribute to the Buyer’s comfort. Ford has introduced an optional mid package that offers heated front seats, Ford's Co-Pilot 360, ambient lighting, and remote start making it a worthy off-road SUV.
  • Black Diamond: This model comes with powder-coated steel beefier bumpers at the rear, a hose-out marine-grade vinyl interior, and more off-road capabilities with 265/70 tires and wide 17-inch wheels. The buyer may opt for add-ons such as the Mid and Sasquatch packages.
  • Outer Banks: This the combination of Big Bend trim with the mid package. It has wider (18 inches) wheels but smaller (255/75) tires. You may opt for add on such as the High and Lux packages.
  • Wildtrak: The 4×4 and the 2.7l-V6 turbocharged engine makes this model equivalent to the Raptor. It comes with the Sasquatch package as a suitable add-on.
  • Badlands: It has all the trims of the Bing Bend model. Additionally, this model offers front swaybar disconnects and specific suspension along with 7 GOAT modes. The add on provided for this model is leather for your interiors.
  • First Edition: The most expensive one is the range that comes with Badlands trims, followed by the Lux and Sasquatch packages standard. However, this ranged is presumedly all reserved.

If you are looking for an off-road SUV, the 2021 Ford Bronco is an ideal choice. The variants of this range offer you an opportunity to explore the wild. Be it the sand or the hilly roads; you can ride your Bronco all the way smoothly.

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