For many Years the new Ford Bronco has been forbidden fruit for ford. But not anymore! Introducing the 2021 Ford bronco.
All-New 2021 Bronco Two-Door and First-Ever Four-Door Models: Built Wild SUVs with Thrilling 4×4 Capability, Ready for Fun
High-Tech Interior Designed for the Outdoors
Tech for Off-Road Adventures
The Legend Returns
Built Wild 4×4 Confidence
Built Wild SUVs with Thrilling 4×4 Capability, Ready for Fun
• Built Wild™: Ford Bronco returns as the flagship of a new all-4×4 family of rugged SUVs, with
a classic two-door and a first-ever four-door; both are engineered with Built Wild Extreme
Durability Testing, Capability and Innovative Design for segment-leading 4×4 capability,
long-term off-road performance and dependability
• Thrilling: Bronco features powerful EcoBoost® engines with segment-exclusive 7-speed
manual transmission and available 35-inch tires; Bronco excels with available best-in-class
94.75:1 crawl ratio, ground clearance, suspension travel and water fording capabilities, plus
breakover and departure angles
• Ready for fun: Bronco two-door and four-door models can get you to the trails fast with
quick-release stowable roof panels and doors on select versions; available cutting-edge offroad drive technologies and segment-exclusive digital trail mapping allow owners to easily
plan, record and share their experiences via an all-in-one app
• Infinitely customizable: Bronco launches with more than 200 factory-backed aftermarket
accessories for more capability, personalization and style, and with a base MSRP of
$29,995; 2021 Bronco two- and four-door SUVs can be reserved at ford.com starting today
This Is What You Were Waiting For
- The 2021 Ford Bronco starts at $29,995 for the base two-door model.
- Trim levels include Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, Wildtrak, and Badlands.
- The 2021 Bronco will go on sale in the spring of 2021, and you can reserve one for $100 now.
Apart from all the Bronco hype, it’s time to get down to the actual pricing of new 4×4. Sure it looks cool, but all the buzz in the world won’t reduce the price of a vehicle that’s out of the price range of enthusiasts and regular customers alike. Fortunately, Ford priced the two-door Bronco under $30,000.
The two-door Bronco starts at $29,995. With that, you get the 2.3 liter EcoBoost engine with 270 hp and 310lb-ft of torque, seven-speed manual transmission, removable doors and roof, terrain management system with five G.O.A.T modes, 16-inch steel wheels with 30-inch tires, and Sync 4 with access to trail maps on an 8-inch touchscreen.
The four-door version gets the same specs with a starting price of $34,695. Options for both include a 10-speed automatic transmission, 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 engine (that requires an upgrade to automatic transmission) with 310 hp and 400lb-ft of torque, automatic 4×4 engagement, and the Sasquatch package with its larger 17-inch aluminum wheels and beadlock capability.