The 2021 Bronco Sport is here – and it’s heading to dealers near you very, very soon. While the larger 2021 Bronco 2-Door and Bronco 4-Door aren’t showing up until at least spring of 2021, it’s little brother is currently lining up at the starting line. According to Ford Motor Company, the little Bronco will hit dealers by late 2020, pending no other delays. Let’s cross our fingers for at least that much. With its launch just months away, Ford has already launched the full configurator for the 2021 Bronco Sport, complete with a full list options, accessories, and pricing to go with all of it.
At the start, Ford has simplified the process for customers who already know what they want. Under the ‘Pick Your Adventure’ tab, customers can choose spec’d out Bronco Sport utility vehicles configured specifically for either Biking, Water, Snow or Camping. Ford outlines the various accessories that each Bronco Sport would be equipped with to best suit the demands of the adventurer.
Should a more thorough approach be required, there’s still the traditional configurator. Available in five different trims (Base, Big Bend, Outer Banks, Badlands and First Edition), the 2021 Bronco Sport may have a relatively humble starting price of $26,660 – almost the same as a base Ford Mustang EcoBoost – but climbs the ladder pretty quick. To see how expensive one of these things can get, we configured a fully-loaded Bronco Sport First Edition, which starts at $38,500.
Unlike the full-sized 2021 Bronco First Edition, reservations have not yet filled up on the Bronco Sport. But only 2,000 of them will be made, compared to the larger model’s 3,500. So if you want the rare bird, this is it.
While it comes with tons of standard content, the First Edition can only be had in just four different colors: Cyber Orange, Rapid Red, Area 51 and Cactus Gray. By comparison, the Bronco Sport Badlands comes in 10 colors. Anyway, because the First Edition package comes with everything available, all there was to do was select the accessories. Currently, the configurator only features a single Sportz camping tent and four different bike racks – the most expensive of which is a $569 Yakima hitch-mounted unit.
All in, this loaded Bronco Sport came in at $41,153, which includes the $1,495 destination fee. That’s enough to get a 2021 Bronco 2-Door Outer Banks, by comparison. Or almost a Mustang GT Performance Pack 1. Happy building.