The envy of truck enthusiasts a few decades ago before the automotive industry coined the terms SUVs and CUVs, is officially back – more efficient, rugged and outstanding class leading performance.
The modern-design of the all-new 2021 Ford Bronco SUV marks Ford's return to its muscular truculent roots.
Whether in a 2-door or 4-door version, the new Bronco promises to be the most surprising, and most sought-after vehicle of the year. Its unique modern throwback styling and spectacular capabilities have made the Bronco the most sought after new vehicle launch this year.
Inspired by the past, but equipped with the most modern of technology features including a choice of between fuel efficient and performance powertrains, the Ford Bronco will be your adventure companion for everything between the city, gravel roads and everything in between.
Under the hood, there's a choice of either a 270 hp 2.3-litre EcoBoost I-4 or a 310 hp 2.7-litre V-6. Both can be paired with Ford's 10-speed automatic transmission, however, enthusiasts take note: the 2.3-litre engine can even be paired with a seven-speed manual transmission. One of those gears is a low-speed gear specifically intended for serious off-roading.
With six available options and trims there is a Bronco made just for you!
The soul of the Bronco line-up is equipped with Ford’s innovative 4x4 capability including a selectable temporary engagement mode that offers three different driving modes. While it should be noted that the optional manual transmission is available only with the 2-door, 2.3 litre version only. Both versions are available with the Sasquatch Package, which allows for the addition of 35-inch wheels. And, of course, a Bronco wouldn't be a Bronco without the removable roof and doors.
A little more refined, the Big Bend version has more luxury with its leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob and is equipped with an optional remote starter. It also adds further creature comforts with more roof and window options, a tubular running board, the multi-function Sync4 system, and a long list of on-board Ford electronic safety equipment.
Off-roading capabilities are off the charts in the Black Diamond edition. Decked out with reinforced skid plates which complement the standard modular front bumpers, tow hooks and roof rails. A rubberized floor is even added for easy clean-up with a hose after a short ride through muddy terrain. Want to take off-roading to the next level? The optional Sasquatch Package is tailored made for those who want to pair rugged adventures with the latest in driving automation the Co-Pilot 360 safety system.
Comfort never takes the backseat with the Outer Banks, but it is the standard and optional off-road features that make it exceptional. With a high-clearance suspension, Trail Control for off-roading, Adaptive Cruise Control and an optional one-pedal drive you may customize the Outer Banks will be your guide on even the biggest of adventures.
The Bad Land offers the GOAT (Go Over Any Terrain) system, an electronically controlled transfer case with a choice of driving modes that can take you just about anywhere over whatever terrain lies ahead. It adds a stabilizer bar which you can disconnect and automatically reconnection with a push of a button. The Bad Land may look the part, but it has a softer side, with available dual-zone climate control, a 12-inch touch-screen with navigation, and a 10-speaker Bang & Olufsen audio system.
The fiercest Bronco in the overall line-up, this trim comes standard with off-road assistance systems, high-clearance suspension, an advanced 4x4 drive system with automatic on-demand engagement, Trail Control and electronically locked front and rear axles. Comfort and safety are not neglected either, with Co-Pilot 360 standard, the Terrain Management System and seven individual driving modes.