Ford Shows Off Its 2021 Bronco Model

Ford Shows Off Its 2021 Bronco Model

August 4, 2020 by Nate Chapnik

In an era of social distancing, when everyone is craving an escape to the great socially distanced outdoors, Ford’s new 2021 Ford Bronco couldn’t have come at a better time. First launched back in 1965, the Bronco is an American icon so Ford knew that after a 25-year hiatus, the return of the Bronco would have to be a homerun. And judging from the looks of the 2021 Broncos, Ford has hit this one out of the park!

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The new Bronco family encompasses the Bronco two-door, four-door, and the Bronco Sport, the smaller and lower priced four-door SUV. No matter which Bronco you choose, they all cater to outdoor enthusiasts and adventure junkies with a variety of innovative features that make getting to remote corners of the world possible. In fact, the options are seemingly endless with more than 200 factory-backed accessories, from an available roof mounted tent to a slide-out cargo tray or an electric winch to pull you out of an off-road jam.

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The new Bronco First Edition models come with Ford’s 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 engine that produces 310 horsepower and 400 lb.-ft. of torque. The First Edition Bronco comes with standard 29-inch super knobby all-terrain off-road tires. Both the Bronco two- and four-door models are built for open-air driving experiences with removeable roofing panels. And for the most extreme form of open-air driving just take the doors off thanks to Bronco’s class-exclusive frameless doors that can even be stored onboard the four-door model.

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Look for the new Bronco to start at $29,995, while the First Edition models start at $59,305 for the two-door and $63,500 for the four-door.

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Ford Shows Off Its 2021 Bronco Model

August 4, 2020 by Nate Chapnik

In an era of social distancing, when everyone is craving an escape to the great socially distanced outdoors, Ford’s new 2021 Ford Bronco couldn’t have come at a better time. First launched back in 1965, the Bronco is an American icon so Ford knew that after a 25-year hiatus, the return of the Bronco would have to be a homerun. And judging from the looks of the 2021 Broncos, Ford has hit this one out of the park!

FordBronco5.jpg

The new Bronco family encompasses the Bronco two-door, four-door, and the Bronco Sport, the smaller and lower priced four-door SUV. No matter which Bronco you choose, they all cater to outdoor enthusiasts and adventure junkies with a variety of innovative features that make getting to remote corners of the world possible. In fact, the options are seemingly endless with more than 200 factory-backed accessories, from an available roof mounted tent to a slide-out cargo tray or an electric winch to pull you out of an off-road jam.

FordBronco6.jpg

The new Bronco First Edition models come with Ford’s 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 engine that produces 310 horsepower and 400 lb.-ft. of torque. The First Edition Bronco comes with standard 29-inch super knobby all-terrain off-road tires. Both the Bronco two- and four-door models are built for open-air driving experiences with removeable roofing panels. And for the most extreme form of open-air driving just take the doors off thanks to Bronco’s class-exclusive frameless doors that can even be stored onboard the four-door model.

FordBronco9.jpg

Look for the new Bronco to start at $29,995, while the First Edition models start at $59,305 for the two-door and $63,500 for the four-door.

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