The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport only hit dealerships a few months ago, but it’s already been a hot seller for the brand. Especially around the metro-Detroit area, it’s fairly common to see them out and about on the public roads. Now that the Baby Bronco is available, Ford is finally rolling out their sales promotions for the car, uncovered by Cars Direct. If you’re looking to get a 2021 Ford Bronco Sport, buying the crossover is the better option than leasing, especially with these new rebates.
Ford Credit is currently offering a 48 month finance plan on the Bronco Sport at 0 percent APR, before it was 0.9 percent APR, a significant decrease. Cars Direct notes a $30,000 Ford Bronco Sport would cost about $29,500 at $615 per month with the 0 percent APR deal, but would be $30,555 at $637 per month at the 0.9 percent APR plan before. The sure to be popular Bronco Sport Badlands can get close to $40,000 fully loaded, so having 0 percent APR will be even more helpful on those higher trim levels. There are longer finance deals for lower monthly payments, too. Ford is offering a 60 month loan at 0.9 percent APR, 72 months at 2.9 percent, and 84 months at 4.9 percent.
Better yet, Ford is offering $500 Retail Bonus Cash on every 2021 Bronco Sport model, as long as you buy or finance the crossover. This discount can also be paired with the finance loan rebates, which typically don’t come together. These offers end on March 31, 2021, so if you’re considering a Bronco Sport, it’s a good idea to pick one up by then. What’s not a great idea is leasing one.
Cars Direct reports a base trim Ford Bronco Sport in California costs $360 for 36 months with $3,192 at signing, an equates to an effective cost of $449 per month. For comparison, a Ford Explorer XLT, the second lowest trim level, has a $406 effective cost despite its MRSP coming in $7,180 more expensive. More surprising is that the Bronco Sport Big Bend actually costs $447 per month on the same lease format, less than the base model.
The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport is here to shake up a class of rather boring crossovers, and now has some great finance offers to go along with it.