The 2021 Ford Bronco is finally here. The all-new SUV draws on the history of the iconic model, but redesigns it for the modern era. Unsurprisingly, Ford claims it’ll be the most off-road capable vehicle in the class, no doubt running chills up the spine of the Jeep Wrangler. Here are all the highlights and pictures you need about the most anticipated car release of the decade. And it starts at $29,995.
- The 2021 Ford Bronco is launched with seven trims: Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, Wildtrak, Badlands and First Edition. Four trim packages are available depending on select models: Standard, Mid, High, and Lux.
- The Bronco gets two engine choices, with 270 hp 2.3 liter EcoBoost four cylinder as the base engine or a more powerful 2.7 liter 310 hp EcoBoost V6 optional. The four cylinder gets either a seven speed manual with a crawler gear or 10 speed automatic, and the V6 is auto only.
- All Broncos above the Base trim come standard with all-terrain tires. Big Bend, Black Diamond and Outer Banks get 32 inch all terrain rubber, while the Badlands and First Edition get larger 33 inch tires. Optional on all models and standard on the Wildtrak is the Sasquatch package, which adds giving 35 inch mud-terrain tires and beadlock compatible wheels, high clearance fenders, electronic diffs, and position sensitive Bilstein shocks.
- Every Bronco gets a 4×4 system as standard, with an advanced 4×4 system optional on lower trims and standard on the Wildtrak, Badlands and First Edition. The Bronco also gets Dana 44 solid rear axle and Dana AdvanTEK independent front differential unit.
- Electronic systems like the GOAT Modes and Trail Control give drivers some help in addition to the mechanical components.
- All Broncos get removable a roof and doors, and a rugged interior with rubberized materials and plenty of clever storage.
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They’re like beadlocks but they’re dead.
A Ford die-hard friend of mine would have preferred a full-size frame Bronco. And a new 250 based Godzilla Excursion.