2021 Ford Bronco features price and What We Know So Far.2-door starts at $29,995, 4-door at $34,695.
Here’s the crucial information: The two-door, base-model Bronco with no options will cost $29,995, including the $1,495 destination charge. That’s a little more than the 2020 Jeep Wrangler Sport’s $29,790 price (also including destination), but the base Bronco will likely be a bit less Spartan inside than the Jeep. Those interested in a Bronco with four doors will find a $34,695 price after destination, or $3,395 more than the four-door Wrangler Sport.
2021 Ford Bronco features price and What We Know So Far
The all-new Bronco is back to into the wilderness. Bronco was torture-tested in the Johnson Valley desert – home of King of the Hammers. It also took on the grueling Baja 1000, one of the world’s toughest off-road endurance races. So get ready for rugged adventure because Bronco is coming to help you experience all the excitement the wild has to offer.
The First Edition Bronco is built for those who have waited patiently for the legend’s return to the wilderness. The First Edition is a unique grouping of all the best each Bronco offers to create an ultimate fully loaded Bronco. This is a limited-edition run, with only 3,500 being manufactured.
What’s New for 2021?
Ford resurrects the Bronco nameplate for 2021, and it emulates the old-school vibe and off-road pedigree of its iconic mid-1960’s predecessors. Now that Ford has revealed the thing, we have a much better idea of its capabilities and specifications. The new Bronco will arrive in dealerships in spring 2021.
Engine, Transmission, and Performance
Sorry, folks. The Bronco doesn’t come with eight or even six cylinders. Instead, you have a choice of two four-cylinders, but they’re strong ones. The standard engine is a turbocharged 2.3-liter that makes 270 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque.
The other option is a twin-turbo 2.7-liter that generates 310 horses and 400 lb-ft. Ford has confirmed that the Bronco will eventually offer a hybrid powertrain, too. A 10-speed automatic transmission bolts to both gas engines, but a seven-speed manual is only compatible with the smaller one. Despite being handcuffed to the engine with less torque, the seven-speed has a super-low 94.75:1 crawler ratio, which comes in handy for taking obstacles at low speeds.
Every Bronco sends power to Dana front and rear axles through either a standard four-wheel or available all-wheel-drive system. Other noteworthy equipment options include 35-inch mud-terrain tires, beadlock-capable wheels, electronic locking front and rear differentials, long-travel dampers, and a sway-bar-disconnect feature.