2021 Ford Bronco – Off-road Test Drive / Ready to Beat the Jeep Wrangler. 2021 Ford Bronco Specs, Prices
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.
Big Bend adds larger 17-inch wheels and 32-inch tires, LED fog lamps, leather-wrapped wheel, and an additional G.O.A.T mode. It’s priced starting at $34,480.
Black Diamond includes everything you get with Beg Bend and adds, heavy-duty bumpers, seven driving modes, 17-inch black wheels, overhead auxiliary switches, marine-grade vinyl trimmed seats, and a rubberized washout floor. Making you Bronco more off-road capable and easier to wash will set you back with a starting price of $37,545.
Outer Banks starts off with the Big Bend trim level and adds 18-inch wheels, signature lights, ender flares, mirror caps, body-color door handles, powder-coated tube steps, and heated cloth seats starting at $40,450.
Wildtrak improves the Outer Bank trim with the Sasquatch package, 2.7-liter engine, 10-speed automatic transmission with trail control, carpeted flooring, cloth heated front seats, automatic 4×4 engagement, a black hardtop, special graphics, 35-inch tires and the mid package that includes dual-zone climate control, and Ford Co-Pilot 360. The more tech-filled version of the Bronco will be starting at $50,370.
For the ultimate off-roader, Ford has the Badlands trim that starts with the Big Bend trim level. It has all seven G.O.A.T modes including rock crawl. Its front suspension comes with front stabilizer disconnect, has 17-inch carbonized gray wheels with 33-inch tires, heavy-duty front bar and powder-coated rear bumper, plus it gets the overhead aux switches and easy to wash interior found in the Black Diamond trim. It’ll set you back with a starting price of $43,590.
For those that need a special edition in their driveway, the Bronco will come with First Edition runs with a limited to a run of 3,500 builds and will be the Badlands trim level coupled with Lux package (adaptive cruise control, 10-speaker B&O sound system, heated steering, extra USB ports, and voice-activated navigation), Sasquatch package, special first edition graphics, safari bar, unique interior, and leather-trimmed seats with heated front row. With all the bells and whistles, it’ll set customers back starting at $60,800.
Like most off-road vehicles, the price of the Bronco and can quickly skyrocket. This doesn’t include the 200 accessories Ford said are available for the new 4×4 series. Our recommendation is to add the Sasquatch package to the base model and just build from there.
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