The flagship 2021 Ford Bronco SUV was just delayed from spring to summer 2021, but the 2021 Bronco Sport is officially for sale, and is selling. The new compact SUV entered production on October 26, 2020, so it makes sense that the first few models to leave the factory in Hermosillo, Mexico would get delivered in November. In total, 22 sales accounted for the Bronco Sport last month. Which is confirmation that they’re hitting dealerships now.
We recently piloted a 2021 Bronco Sport, but you’ll have to wait and see until Monday for our full impressions on the affectionately nicknamed Baby Bronco.
Even though Ford only sold 22 Bronco Sport SUVs so far, they are currently increasing stock of the new SUV in dealerships across the country. Autotrader currently lists 2,068 Bronco Sports for sale in the U.S. Now that they’ve sold a few, expect the real numbers to come in over the next few months.
The spread of vehicles also shows a variety of trim levels. Manufacturers typically ship their top trim levels earliest, but Ford seems to be delivering a fairly even spread of vehicles, according to a quick scan of the AutoTrader list and Ford’s own new vehicle inventory search tool.
Upon launch, the Ford Bronco Sport will be available in Base, Big Bend, Outer Banks, Badlands and First Edition. Above the cheapest Base trim, Big Bend adds some additional color and trim options, with some tech packages optional. The Outer Banks positions itself as the most premium Bronco Sport without many of the off-road options the Bronco Sport Badlands model features. Finally, the Bronco Sport First Edition comes fully loaded with all of the off-road and tech features in the lineup, along with unique exterior graphics and interior trim.
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