In the last days of 2020, the ordering and production schedule of the 2021 Ford Bronco leaked, giving us an idea of the SUV’s timeline after it was delayed from spring to summer of this year. In that, we learned Bronco ordering would open on January 19, 2021, and that date is holding up. With only days until ordering finally opens, we have the full 2021 Ford Bronco order guide, thanks to the Bronco 6G forum. Here’s everything you need to know about the Bronco’s final order guide.
The full 2021 Ford Bronco Order Guide pdf can be viewed here.
Across the 2021 Bronco’s seven trim levels, there are four equipment level packages: Standard, Mid, High and Lux. As the name suggests, Standard is all the features that come on the Bronco before you start ticking boxes. On the outside, you get removable doors and roof, front tie down hooks, LED headlights, 4×4 with selectable engagement, and everything else that makes Bronco, Bronco. Interior equipment with Standard includes an 8 inch Sync 4 touchscreen infotainment, gauge cluster display, some Ford Co-Pilot 360 features, reversing camera, manual climate control, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and a 6 speaker sound system.
Moving up to the Mid Package brings 2 door and tailgate Intelligent Access unlock, ambient footwell lighting, navigation, auto dual zone climate, front heated seats, and auto high beam headlights. It also brings the full Ford Co-Pilot 360 safety suite, with BLIS, rear parking sensors, auto emergency braking and lane keep assist.
The High Package on the 2021 Ford Bronco brings a larger 12 inch infotainment, 360 degree camera, additional sound deadening and forward parking sensors. Finally, Lux adds adaptive cruise control, a 10 speaker Bang and Olufsen sound system, a more connected navigation system, wireless charging pad and a heated steering wheel. Buyers can also opt for the off-road Sasquatch package on any trim level, giving those wonderful 34 inch tires, plus beadlock wheels and upgraded suspension components.
As mentioned, buyers will have to choose between seven trim levels when ordering their 2021 Ford Bronco. All trim levels are mainly distinguished by their equipment and off-road capability, but get different wheels, grilles and badging to tell them apart.
At the bottom is Base, which Ford calls the “essential Bronco.” It only comes with the standard equipment group, and doesn’t even get off-road tires as standard. You’ll have to get the Sasquatch Pack for those. Big Bend adds a few nice features like fog lamps, rear privacy glass, interior grab handles and a leather wrapped steering wheel. Buyers can also opt for the Mid equipment group. Off-road performance is improved with an additional GOAT mode (six total) and all terrain 32 inch tires. Black Diamond Broncos are a great blend of value and off-road, outdoorsy performance. The interior gets useful features like Molle straps, rubber flooring with drain plugs, auxiliary switches and marine grade vinyl seats. The Mid group is optional. Outer Banks is the most premium Ford Bronco, and is the first available with equipment groups up to Lux. It also gets LED Signature headlamps, body colored fender flares and the Mid group as standard.
Badlands is where the most off-road focused 2021 Ford Bronco models begin. It can be optioned with any equipment package from Standard to Lux, and gains many off-road features. These include heavy duty bumpers, advanced 4×4 with a disconnecting front sway bar, Bilstein dampers, the full seven GOAT modes and 33 inch knobbly tires. Marine grade vinyl seats and orange accents are standard inside. The Wildtrak is the closest thing we have to a Bronco Raptor right now, and is focused on higher speed off-roading. It gets a special graphics pack, the Sasquatch pack and Mid equipment level as standard. Finally, the 2021 Ford Bronco range is capped with the limited-run Bronco First Edition, which has almost every option as standard, including Lux and Sasquatch packages.
Across the entire range, buyers can choose between a 2.3 liter turbo four cylinder or a 2.7 liter turbo V6. The four banger is comes standard with a seven speed manual, and a 10 speed automatic is optional. V6 models are 10 speed only.
If you’re about to order a 2021 Ford Bronco on January 19, let us know your spec in the comments!