Ford has revived its legendary Bronco 4×4 for 2021. The off-road-capable SUV maintains is iconic shape but adds slight curves for modern times. Where the Bronco forfeits its absolute rawness (this 2021 version is certainly no pushover) it makes up for in modern tech and under-the-hood power.
The new Bronco will be releasing in a number of trims: Basic ($28,500 USD), Big Bend ($33,385 USD), Black Diamond ($36,050 USD), Wildtrak ($48,875 USD), and the monstrous First Edition ($59,305 USD) — for those looking for the more spacious four-door options, add roughly $3,500 USD to the two-door price above.
Powering the new Bronco is either a ford 2.7-litre V6 engine that puts down 310 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque, or a more fuel friendly 2.3-litre version that sees 270 hp and 310 lb-ft of torque. For the price, the new Bronco offers a great deal of value for those seeking the outdoors, featuring rubberized floors, hard and soft top options, removable doors, a terrain management system with G.O.A.T. modes, segment-first 35-inch tires, Dana AdvanTEK axles, Spicer Performa-TraK front and rear electronic locking differentials, Beadlock-capable wheels, and bash plates.
The release also presents a large range of configurations and customization for a more personal take on the Bronco. Those interested in finding out more on the return of the Legendary Ford Bronco can head over to the dedicated page.
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