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The Ford Bronco is back, and SUV shoppers will be delighted with the wide assortment of models and trims from which to choose. The 2021 Ford Bronco is of body-on-frame construction. The smaller, lighter Bronco Sport is a unibody crossover based on the popular Ford Escape. Therefore, the Bronco is more tuned to off-road trail fun while the Bronco Sport, off-road capable in its own right, works equally well as an everyday commuter.
The 2021 Ford Bronco can be purchased with either a 2.3L four-cylinder or a 2.7L V6. Both are turbocharged and offer superb acceleration and lots of torque in the lower gear ranges. A seven-speed manual transmission is standard on the base trim, and a 10-speed automatic transmission is standard on all other versions. The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport gets a smaller, 1.5L turbocharged engine with three cylinders and 181 horsepower. The Badlands and First Edition models are more off-road-oriented. They are fitted with a turbocharged 2.0L four-cylinder that pumps out 245 horsepower and 270 lb-ft of torque. Both engines are mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. If the larger one is chosen, the vehicle comes with four-wheel drive as standard. Both the Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport have variable drive modes, including a slow-speed, off-road crawl mode.
There’s nothing practical about either the 2021 Bronco or Bronco Sport models. The interior is relatively spacious, and the four-door models have wide-opening doors and a rather low step-in height. The Bronco has removable doors that can be stored in the rear seating area. The Bronco Sport has a delightfully retro dash and control panel design highlighted by big, knobby buttons and straightforward climate controls. The Bronco Sport also comes with rotary shift control. One of the main differences between the Bronco and Bronco Sport is the air vents’ location and size. The Bronco Sport has vents that flank the screen’s sides, which frees up space for a nicely designed storage tray. Both models have best-in-class front headroom. The 2021 Bronco comes standard with a four-speaker stereo, sealed control buttons that allow the owner to spray-rinse the interior, and an elevated rear seating area. Navigation is standard on the uplevel trims. The 2021 Bronco Sport comes standard with an 8-inch screen display and the Ford Sync 3 infotainment system. The larger Ford Bronco, on the other hand, offers the advanced Sync 4 system.
Advanced Safety Features
Both the 2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport come with front and front-side airbags, rear airbags on the four-door models, and stability and traction control. A forward-viewing camera is optional on the Bronco, and the Bronco Sport comes with Ford’s Co-Pilot360 safety suite. This suite includes forward collision warning, emergency braking, and blind-spot monitoring. These systems are also available on the 2021 Ford Bronco higher trims.
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Visit Jacky Jones Ford or contact us by phone to ask about arrival dates for these new exciting models. Shoppers can even schedule a no-contact test drive as soon as these models appear on the dealer lot.
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