The all-new 2021 Ford Bronco debuted with not one, but three models: the Bronco two door and four door, and first ever Bronco Sport. The Bronco comes in no less than seven flavors, so here’s everything you need to know your 2021 Ford Bronco Badlands from the Big Bend, and what each model will cost you.
- The Ford Bronco gets four equipment level packages across the range, dependent on the model. There’s also the off-road Sasquatch package. Here’s what each of them get you.
- Standard: LED headlamps, black door handles, mirror caps, fender flares and fender tie-down hooks, manual air conditioning, push button start.
- Mid: Two-door Intelligent Access with lock and unlock functionality, 110V/150W AC power outlet, ambient footwell lighting, auto-dimming rear view mirror, dual-zone electronic automatic temperature control, heated front seats, illuminated visor mirrors, Remote Start System (automatic transmission only), Reverse Sensing System, subscription navigation with three month trial, SYNC 4 with enhanced voice recognition, Ford Co-Pilot360 including Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking, BLIS with Cross-Traffic Alert, Lane-Keeping System, Auto High-Beam Headlamps and rear view camera with backup assist grid lines
- High: Mid Package content, plus 12-inch center stack touchscreen, 360-degree camera, additional sound deadening, For ward Sensing System, sideview mirror LED approach lamps d spotlight
- Lux: High Package content, plus Adaptive Cruise Control; 10-speaker B&O Sound System; Evasive Steering Assist; heated steering wheel; universal garage door opener; two additional front row USB smart-charging ports; Voice-Activated Touchscreen Navigation System, and wireless charging pad
- Sasquatch Package: Available on all models, giving 17-inch black-painted aluminum beadlock-capable wheels with 35-inch LT315/ 70R17 BSW Mud-Terrain tires, electronic-locking front and rear axles, 4.7:1 final drive ratio, high-clearance suspension, position-sensitive Bilstein shock absorbers and high-clearance fender flares.
Engine, Transmission and Drivetrain Options
- Each Bronco model can get a 270 hp 2.3 liter EcoBoost four cylinder with a seven speed manual or a 10-speed automatic. All Broncos can upgrade to the 2.7 liter 310 hp EcoBoost V6, but that’s only available with the automatic transmission. 4×4 is standard, with an Advanced system optional on lower trims and standard Badlands and above.
2021 Ford Bronco Models
- Base: $28,500 2 door, $33,200 4 door: The Base model is perfect for anyone wanting to fully build their 2021 Ford Bronco from the ground up. This model comes with the Standard equipment group, and has with 16 inch silver steelies with all season tires, 4×4, Sync 4 with an 8 inch touchscreen, cloth seats, and terrain management with five GOAT modes. Buyers looking for more off-road ability at a lower price point can spec the Sasquatch package on the base model.
- Big Bend: $33,385 2 door, $35,880 4 door: The Bronco Big Bend gives you some of the most important upgrades you could want from the base model without giving you anything you don’t need to jack the price up dramatically. The single biggest upgrade are the 17 inch gray wheels with 32-inch P255/75R17 all-terrain tires. You also gain an extra GOAT mode. Big Bend gets the Standard equipment group to start, with Mid optional.
- Black Diamond: $36,050 2 door, $38,545 4 door: The Black Diamond builds on the Big Bend’s off-road features, adding an additional GOAT mode, stronger bumpers, additional underbody protection, and black steelies with beefier all-terrain tires. Inside, the Bronco Black Diamond gets Marine-grade vinyl-trimmed seats and rubberized washout flooring. The Mid package is optional.
- Outer Banks: $38,995 2 door, $41,450 4 door: The Outer Banks is a more style focused Bronco, with its sights set firmly on the Jeep Wrangler Sahara. It’s the only model to get 18 inch wheels, but keeps the all-terrain rubber. It also drops down to six GOAT modes, a hint at it’s on-road intentions. As for appearance, it gets body colored fender flares and door handles, plus LED lights. Heated cloth seats are standard. Both the High and Lux packages are optional, Mid is standard.
- Badlands: $42,095 2 door, $44,590 4 door: The Bronco Badlands is the entry to the more serious off-road Bronco models, with the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon as it’s main competition. It gets the V6 and 10 speed auto standard, along with the Advanced 4×4 system, full seven GOAT modes, 17 inch wheels with 33-inch LT285/70R17 all-terrain tires, and unique Badlands suspension with front stabilizer bar disconnect. Inside, it comes with the Standard equipment pack out of the gate, with the Black Diamond’s Marine-grade vinyl seating and washable flooring. Mid, High and Lux packages are all optional, making the Badlands the most customizable Bronco in the lineup.
- Wildtrak: $48,875 2 door, $51,370 4 door: The Bronco Wildtrak is the closest we will get to a Ford Bronco Raptor until we get, well, a Ford Bronco Raptor. It comes with most of the Badland’s off-road equipment, but has the Sasquatch package as standard. Considering it looses the Rock Crawl GOAT mode and the V6 is standard, the Bronco Wildtrak is set to be a great desert runner. Mid equipment group is standard, with High and Lux optional.
- First Edition: $59,305 2 door, $63,500 4 door: If you combine the Badlands off-road components, Wildtrak exterior design and standard Sasquatch package, plus the Outer Banks interior, you’ll get the Bronco First Edition. It’s has virtually every Bronco option on it from the factory. Sound like the perfect Bronco? Want one? Too bad, it sounded perfect for 3,500 people and it’s already fully reserved.