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The 2021 Ford Bronco & Bronco Sport

The new Ford Bronco Sport (smaller one) (out in 2020) and the larger Bronco (coming out in 2021). Both versions are available in 2 or 4 doors.

The Bronco 2-Door is available only with a hardtop, but buyers can go with one of two options. The standard roof has three removable sections: two over the front occupants that can be safely stored in the trunk and a larger rear clamshell-like section that’ll have to stay behind.

Bronco 4-Door comes standard with a cloth soft top, but you don’t have to choose between it and the optional four-section hardtop β€” owners can keep both.

The Bronco Sport comes in 5 choices …

Aa turbocharged 1.5-liter, inline-three engine and an eight-speed automatic that pushes power to a standard 4×4 system. 180 horsepower and 191 pound-feet of torque. An independent front and rear suspension. The front receives MacPherson struts with coil springs, a stabilizer bar and twin-tube shocks. At the rear, double lateral link semitrailing arms with coil springs sit in place, with monotube shocks and an isolated subframe. The base model comes with the Trail Management System that incorporates five “GOAT Modes.” (Normal, Eco, Sport, Slippery and Sand, plus Baja). Apple CarPlayΒ andΒ Android Auto , an 8-inch touchscreen, 17-inch wheels are standard, while 225/65 all-season tires wrap them. A trick flip-up tailgate glass section is also standard for all Bronco Sports.

Big Bend

The trim is “adventure-ready at a moment’s notice.” Cloth seats that are super easy to clean, a rubberized cargo area for dirt and mud cleanup. The second row of seats also fold flat. Zippered pockets with Molle straps (the same kind numerous armed forces use) on the front seat backs. Smart keyless entry and push-button start. Outside, some carbon gray graphics for the wheels and grille insert.

Outer Banks

More posh. Leather upholstery, heated seats, a digital instrument panel, power seats. and a heated steering wheel. The exterior comes with black accents, specifically, a black roof and 18-inch wheels, ambient lighting, a windshield washer de-icer, remote start and rear cross-traffic alert.


There’s an upgraded off-road suspension and a tweaked 4×4 system with a twin-clutch for the rear-drive unit. A set of 28.5-inch all-terrain tires are standard and drivers can tweak the suspension with a Trail Management System that incorporates seven GOAT Modes (Normal, Eco, Sport, Slippery and Sand, plus Baja, Mud and Ruts, and Rock Crawl0. Metal bash plates, tow hooks and a front camera to check angles also.

There’s also more power for the Bronco Sport Badlands. It gets a 2.0-liter turbo-four engine good for 245 hp and 275 lb-ft of torque. The Badlands trim also gets all the Outer Banks trim.

First Edition

Only 2,000 Bronco Sport First Edition. The exterior has black accents, including black graphics for the hood and side door. Slightly larger all-terrain tires measuring 29 inches are standard, as is an upgraded trailering package, a moonroof, Navy Pier leather upholstery and a 10-speaker Bang and Olufsen sound system.

The BRONCO (larger size)

The base engine is the 2.3-liter turbocharged EcoBoost four-cylinder, 270 hp and 310 lb-ft

The 4-door comes in the same BASE & BIG BEND version – but adds 2 more trim choices …

Black Diamond

For more off-road-focused Bronco buyer, the Black Diamond has beefier bumpers (powder-coated steel at the rear), rock rails and bash plates, and the trim adds a hose-out marine-grade vinyl interior to the mix. Here, you also get some bigger tires measuring 265/70 and 17-inch steel wheels.


The Wildtrak the Raptor-equivalent in the Bronco choices. It gets the bigger turbocharged 2.7-liter V6 as standard along with seven GOAT modes. To go further, the Sasquatch package is standard with its bigger tires, locking diffs and taller suspension with adjustable Bilstein shocks. There’s also an optional upgraded 4×4 system with on-demand function.

The larger Bronco also offers the more lux Badlands and First Edition (limited also).

You can reserve one here at Ford.

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15 July 2020 CARS 3 Comments


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