The 2021 Ford Bronco:
History Has Repeated Itself

The Ford Bronco has been away for too long, but finally, after 25 years, history has repeated itself, and the Bronco is back. For off-road enthusiasts who can't wait to go off the grid, this is great news!

Since its debut in 1966, the Ford Bronco established itself as America's first and original SUV. The Bronco was well-loved by Ford and off-road enthusiasts, and Ford gave us five generations of the iconic vehicle from 1966 to 1996.

More than two decades after the original model was discontinued, the all-new Bronco is back due to popular demand. Harkening back to its ancestors, the 2021 family of Broncos feature a classic boxy shape paired with the latest off-road technology to take you anywhere you want to go.

New and Improved to Tackle Every Adventure

The Ford Bronco of old had 8 cylinders and produced 199 horsepower. The all-new Ford Bronco does not need that many cylinders to make more power. It comes with a base turbocharged 2.3-liter 4-cylinder engine that churns out 300 horsepower.

If you don't think 300 horsepower will be enough for you, upgrade to a twin-turbo 2.7-liter V6 engine that produces 330 horsepower. Both the 2.3 and 2.7-liter engines are mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission, but Ford also offers a 7-speed manual transmission compatible with the smaller engine for nostalgic drivers.

Ready for a Change of Pace?

Take a Look at Our Inventory

SHOP NEWSHOP PRE-OWNED

Like the old Bronco, the all-new Bronco sends power to all four wheels but does so with greater precision and efficiency. Equipped with seven different G.O.A.T. (Goes Over Any Terrain) driving modes, there is no adventure or terrain too challenging for the Ford Bronco. The modes include Normal, Eco, Sport, Sand, Slippery, Baja, Mud, and Rock Crawl to provide an option for every driving surface.

The new Ford Bronco is also equipped with a trail turn assist function that can drag the inside rear brake to tighten its turning radius. This is similar to the feature that does this on the Toyota Land Cruiser but outperforms its competitor as it works at higher speeds.

With the design of the Ford Bronco, Ford has maintained the styling of the old Bronco but, for more practicality and an open-air feel, has added detachable body panels. The roof, doors, and windows can all come off whenever you need, excluding the side mirrors.  This adds to the allure of the Bronco and makes it a legitimate competitor for the Jeep Wrangler. Best of all, removed panels fit in the cargo space for easy and convenient storage.

The Bronco is equipped with all the technology that you could ask for in a modern off-roader. Choose either an 8 or 12-inch touchscreen loaded with Sync 4 software for wireless updates and smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. Built-in navigation and a subscription-based Wi-Fi hotspot come as standard features on the Bronco.

The Ford Bronco comes in seven different trims; Base, Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, Wildtrak, Badlands, and a First Edition. An optional Sasquatch package can also be added to outfit your rig with aggressive 35-inch tires, tweaked suspension, and flared fenders. The all-new Ford Bronco boasts 20mpg city and 22mpg highway fuel economy.

Come into Brian Hoskins Ford to Get Your 2021 Ford Bronco

Ford has been known to deliver power, durability, and reliability for years, and this tradition extends to the all-new family of Broncos.  If you're ready to see where your next adventure can take you in a custom Ford Bronco, check out our inventory online, contact us by phone, or come into our showroom for a test drive today!

Custom Vehicle Landing Page by BitMoto

Make an Inquiry