Planning To Get the 2021 Ford Bronco? Here’s An Overview!

Talk of ‘cool’ retro models in budget, and many will mention the classic Ford Bronco. In 2021, the company is finally rebranding its legendary launch, offering a wide range of features and retaining the style of the original. In this post, let’s talk of the 2021 Ford Bronco features, with basic aspects worth knowing!

The basics

The new Ford Bronco misses out on the V-8 option, but if you are a fan of manual transmission, this one will make you feel happy and satisfied for the ultimate off-roading experience. The brand hasn’t done much as far interior styling is concerned, but the user will have all the latest technologies, required for safe and fun driving. It also gets an off-road performance app. Did we mention that the 2021 Ford Bronco is available in two and four-door variants? Thanks to the convertible feature, it will compete directly with another bigger winner in the segment – Jeep Wrangler.

More to know

Let’s now dive into the engine, transmission, and performance. As we mentioned earlier, Bronco doesn’t have the V-8 option, so you have to settle for V-6, but from what we know, that’s enough for most brand enthusiasts. The turbocharged 2.3-liter engine produces 270 horsepower coupled with 310 lb-ft of torque. There is also the choice of the turbo 2.7-liter engine, which generates 400 lb-ft torque and 310 horsepower. For the bigger one, you have the 10-speed automatic transmission, while you also have the nostalgic 7-speed manual transmission for the smaller variant. We also liked the mud-terrain tires meant for performance, “long-travel dampers”, and incredible ground clearance. It matches Wrangler to tow tow 3500 pounds.

Impressive interiors

There is no denying that Ford Bronco will make headlines in the later part of the years, and more so because it offers the same experience as Wrangler and competes in every department. Compared to the Jeep’s variant, Bronco has better interior innovations, and you can easily mount your Go-Pro while on the drive – a feature that Wrangler misses out. Please note that the models haven’t been tested by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) so far.

Final word

Many dealers are already accepting bookings for the new Ford Bronco, and we recommend that you check this one for the love of traveling. This is a vehicle (we are talking of both variants) that’s meant to perform, and we only expect the hype to be worth it.