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  • Ford Bronco
  • Year:
    2021
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  • Engine:
    inline-4
  • Transmission:
    10-speed automatic
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    270
  • Torque @ RPM:
    310
  • Energy:
    EcoBoost
  • Displacement:
    2.3 L
  • Top Speed:
    130 mph (Est.)
  • Layout:
    Front Engine; 2WD, 4WD
  • Price:
    29995
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Ford has let out its ultimate prizefighter to take on the Jeep Wrangler

After being in production for over three decades, the Bronco went down in the history books as one of the most hardcore SUVs that mankind had ever seen. The SUV was developed as an off-roader to take on the Jeep CJ-5, and it succeeded to a large extent. However, the company decided to put down the model in 1996 to make way for a newer lineup. Purists and enthusiasts hoped the model would make a comeback, and after 20+ years, the moniker has come back from the ashes.

Rumors about its reincarnation started many years back, but the company didn’t confirm its existence until less than a year before it was unveiled. The wait was not easy, but it was worth it. The company launched the rugged, off-road Bronco in two- and four-door configurations, to go with an urban version with an off-road bias called the Bronco Sport. Ford will offer hundreds of optional accessories right from its launch as well. Despite all this, does it have in it to take on the undisputed king of the segment, the Jeep Wrangler?

 

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2020 Ford Bronco Wildland Fire Rig Concept

2020 Ford Bronco Wildland Fire Rig Concept

This Bronco concept is built by Ford in collaboration with Filson to support the firefighters

Post the big debut, the Ford Bronco and its urban-alter ego are busy with various other activities. The Bronco Sport recently won the 2020 Rebelle Rally in its category in stock condition, and now Ford has announced the Bronco will don the emergency vehicle outfit to support the National Forest Foundation.

Ford has teamed up with Filson, an outdoor outfitter, to develop the Bronco Wildland Fire Rig Concept. It is customized with firefighting equipment and Ford will donate two examples for the cause.

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Would You Have Preferred The Bronco With A Foldable Windshield?

Would You Have Preferred The Bronco With A Foldable Windshield?

Ford says it almost happened, but didn’t make the cut because of safety concerns

Although the Ford Bronco checks most of the boxes, and then some more, there are a few rather noticeable things that are missing. One is the V-8 engine, which looked like it could feature somewhere in the future, but Ford confirmed that’s not happening.

The second one is the foldable windshield. When the Bronco was unveiled, it came with almost all the stuff that is offered on the Wrangler as well, but it was conspicuous by its absence. Ford has now thrown some light on it citing compromised construction as the reason for it not being offered.

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2021 Ford Bronco Overland Concept

2021 Ford Bronco Overland Concept

It comes with 35-inch tires, LED light bars, and a rooftop tent among a host of other things

The all-new Bronco has looked very impressive on paper so far and has matched the Wrangler is almost every aspect. But, in its quest to beat the leader of the pack, the biggest question still poses in front of it – can it be accessorized and fitted with various parts and equipment like the Wrangler? Well, Ford has answered this by revealing the Bronco Overland Concept. Does this make Ford’s reincarnated product look versatile?

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Drain Me Up, Scotty: This Is How The 2021 Ford Bronco Gets Rid of Interior Water

Drain Me Up, Scotty: This Is How The 2021 Ford Bronco Gets Rid of Interior Water

Four active and six passive drain plugs will flush water out to protect the cabin

The brand-new, 2021 Ford Bronco is more than just a hauler to drive around in. Just like the Jeep Wrangler, the Bronco was conceived with off-road capability in mind and the right specs will enable it to climb muddy and rocky trails with ease.

Do that without the doors into place and the interior will get dirty, but this isn’t much of an issue since it’s the kind of vehicle you can clean with a hose. And because the Bronco’s floor is fitted with no fewer than 10 plugs, draining the water out of the cabin is not a problem.

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This Trivial Complaint About the Ford Bronco Confirms How Entitled People Are In 2020

This Trivial Complaint About the Ford Bronco Confirms How Entitled People Are In 2020

It’s an off-roader; I repeat – It’s an off-roader

Air conditioning is not a ‘feature’ in cars anymore. It’s available from the entry-level cars to the most expensive ones. The only thing that differs in cars across the range is the availability of rear A/C vents, automatic climate zone, multiple-zone control, etc.

When Ford launched the Bronco, one such feature that didn’t made the cut was the conventional rear A/C vents as seen in other cars. Although it didn’t seem like a deal-breaker considering its niche, some people have been nitpicking this feature to a point where Ford had to address the “issue” and shed some light on it. This goes on to show how entitled people are these days.

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Ford Adds The Sasquatch Package To Models With Seven-speed Manual Transmission

Ford Adds The Sasquatch Package To Models With Seven-speed Manual Transmission

The automaker caved to the outcry of the customers and decided to offer manual gearbox on Bronco’s Sasquatch Package

After what was a rather dumb move on Ford’s part, the company has officially confirmed that it will be offering the seven-speed manual gearbox with the Sasquatch Package. When the company announced this off-road package, it checked all the boxes and made even the lower trims off-road worthy. But, the only thing missing was the manual gearbox, and it didn’t go down well with potential customers. Fortunately, Ford heard them and decided to offer it before it was too late. We’re happy now.

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There Might Not Be a Ford Bronco Raptor, But There Will Be a Bronco Warthog

There Might Not Be a Ford Bronco Raptor, But There Will Be a Bronco Warthog

Say whatever, but it doesn’t have the same ring to it as "Raptor"

News about the Ford Bronco Raptor has been heading in the right chronology until now. We first heard hushed talks about sparked the news, then some leaks here and there with a few spec details, then an “error” by a Ford engineer on Linkedin, and finally some confirmation on what to expect from the Bronco Raptor. But, it looks like there’s a twist in the story.

Ford recently filed a trademark application for the ‘Warthog’ moniker, and netizens believe it is going to replace the Bronco ‘Raptor’ badge. The application doesn’t anything of that sort; so, are we reading too much between the lines?

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Quit Dreaming - A V-8 Ford Bronco Just Isn't Going to Happen

Quit Dreaming - A V-8 Ford Bronco Just Isn’t Going to Happen

There go all our hopes of seeing a factory-produced V-8 Bronco

In all honesty, the 2021 Ford Bronco has ticked all the boxes and it shows how much Ford has worked to make it a purposeful and near-flawless product. However, one thing creating a vacuum is the missing V-8 under the hood. Ford has offered a four-cylinder and a V-6 engine on the Bronco, but not a V-8. Now, the company has answered the question once and for all, and the truth is that there is no V-8 Bronco in the works.

Speaking with Muscle Cars and Trucks, Ford has indirectly laid the final nail in the coffin by saying that a V-8 Bronco is unlikely to happen, thanks to the emission regulations.

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1981 Ford Bronco Montana Lobo Concept

1981 Ford Bronco Montana Lobo Concept

Here’s a blast from the past that was very unique but a bit too much to make it to production

At the 1981 Chicago Auto Show, Ford unveiled a rather unusual concept called the Montana Lobo. It seemed too radical for its time and felt as though it was taken straight out of a sci-fi movie. It broke all the perceptions associated with a rugged off-roader like the Bronco. The company came up with this unusual concept to get in the flow with the growing popularity of smaller pickup trucks and SUVs. Although it didn’t make it to production and none of the ideas or design elements were incorporated in the future models, the Bronco Montana Lobo goes down in the history books as one of the most interesting concepts Ford has ever built.

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New Details For the 2023 Ford Bronco Raptor Confirm What We Already Knew

New Details For the 2023 Ford Bronco Raptor Confirm What We Already Knew

The Bronco Raptor will bump up the ruggedness and off-road capabilities of the standard Bronco

When Ford Bronco was finally unveiled a couple of months back, it looked quite complete and had ticked almost all the boxes. Almost. The one unticked box that kept the off-roader enthusiasts wanting more was the super-rugged Raptor version of this competent off-roader.

It didn’t take long for the news to start pouring in which more or less confirmed that the Bronco Raptor is arriving soon. If that wasn’t enough, the LinkedIn profile of a Ford engineer came to light where he mentioned that he was working on the 2023 Ford Bronco Raptor.

Even though Ford hasn’t officially announced the Bronco Raptor yet, there are quite a few things already known. Now, Ford Authority has reported them again, which confirms the things we already knew.

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Amazing Car for Sale: 1969 Ford Bronco

Amazing Car for Sale: 1969 Ford Bronco

If you’re looking for a vintage, well-maintained stock Bronco, your search ends here

While the new Bronco has been in the news ever since its launch and the majority of people seemed to have liked it, the old Bronco still enjoys a healthy demand. Any first-gen Bronco that hits the pre-worshipped market has people going gaga over it.

Here is one such 1969 example that arrived on Bring-a-Trailer a few days back and already has people lined up ready to get lay their hands on it. This SUV already has 22 bids and the highest bid stands at $43,500 at the time of writing.

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You May See the Ford Bronco R Baja Racer Again Soon

You May See the Ford Bronco R Baja Racer Again Soon

Ford is open to building the Bronco R if people ready to buy it

Ford surprised a lot of people by entering the Bronco’s prototype at last year’s Baja 100 race. As a marketing strategy, it paid off even if it failed to finish the race. People kept talking about it for a long time, even though they weren’t good things. Ford’s Communications Manager, Mike Levine, had tweeted after the Bronco R’s unsuccessful stint that Ford will be back for next year’s event; and, guess what? The company is staying true to its words.

Ford recently admitted that the automaker is open to selling the Bronco R as a turnkey project truck to race teams as long as people are willing to buy it. Will it be successful in its second attempt?

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New Evidence Says A Ford Bronco Raptor Will Debut in 2022

New Evidence Says A Ford Bronco Raptor Will Debut in 2022

A Reliable Indirect Source From Within Ford Hints at a Ford Bronco Raptor

Alright, we get it – anything that carries a Ford badge and can go off-road be offered in extreme Raptor trim. You can’t knock the brand- it’s no worse than dodge cramming a Hellcat V-8 into almost anything FCA sells (we’re still waiting on that Pacifica Hellcat, though). So, naturally, before the 2021 Bronco even made its debut, the world was expecting a Raptor version to cross the intersection at one point or another. Obviously, it wasn’t going to happen right away, but new evidence has come to light that says that a Ford Bronco Raptor will launch for the 2023 model year – that means we could see it as soon as mid-2022!

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Tuners Beware: Ford Has Digital Walls to Prevent People from Altering the Bronco's Computer

Tuners Beware: Ford Has Digital Walls to Prevent People from Altering the Bronco’s Computer

Ford To Limit or Prevent any Tuners From Altering the Ford Bronco’s ECU

Much like the Jeep Wrangler, the 2021 Ford Bronco is designed with customization in mind. The company is even offering more than 200 accessories for the Bronco when it hits showrooms, but powertrain upgrades might not be possible via aftermarket means. According to Ford, the ECU is very complicated, and, essentially, nobody should be playing around with ECU calibration. That means aftermarket companies might find the new Bronco to be untunable.

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This 2021 Ford Bronco With Wood Trim is Oddly Mesmerizing

This 2021 Ford Bronco With Wood Trim is Oddly Mesmerizing

Here’s to hoping that see something like this in the real world soon

The return of the Ford Bronco isn’t your typical automotive comeback. The SUV isn’t just making a comeback as a nameplate; it’s become its own sub-brand under Ford. More to that, the Bronco has captured the attention of the SUV world in ways few of its kind have been able to do in the past. That’s especially true when you look at all the renderings that have come out, specifically those of the “Woody” variety. Woody Broncos are all over Instagram, including this piece of work from artist Timothy Adry Emmanuel, who goes by the IG handle “adry53customs.” Emmanuel has an impressive catalog of car renderings on his Instagram page, ranging from Volkswagens to RAM pickup trucks. But his work on the Bronco is something else, at least if you’re a fan of the “woodie” car style that was all the rage in the previous century. We don’t see woodie’s these days anymore, but Emmanuel’s rendering is a perfect call back, not only to the Bronco but to the woodie car style as well. Put those two elements together, and the result is nothing short of impressive.

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Sorry, Europeans, No Ford Bronco For You

Sorry, Europeans, No Ford Bronco For You

It’s Official: The 2021 Ford Bronco Isn’t for Europe

On the onset, the new 2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport appear to be a big hit for the blue oval. In the first three weeks after its reveal, North American consumers have made more than 165,000 reservations – something that appears to be a first for Ford. Of course, those reservations only required a refundable, $100 deposit, but for now, things are looking great the new Bronco. But it’s not all peaches and cream and, as it turns out, the Bronco and Bronco Sport are going to be absent from a major market. The worst part is that you can blame the government and you’d likely be right for once.

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Watch The 2021 Ford Bronco Conquer The Hell's Revenge Trail In Moab

Watch The 2021 Ford Bronco Conquer The Hell’s Revenge Trail In Moab

The all-new Bronco continues to impress with its off-roading prowess

We recently saw the Ford Bronco conquer the Rubicon Trail and now, it has reached Moab, Utah, to prove its mettle on an even bigger stage. Hell’s Revenge is one of the toughest off-road ‘circuits’ and is recommended only for veterans. There are a lot of steep climbs, slick rocks, and whatnot, and Ford decided to test the Bronco here too. Two videos were uploaded by The Bronco Nation on its YouTube channel and you can see the all-new off-roader conquer this trail successfully with ease.

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Watch How Well The 2021 Ford Bronco Handles Rock-Crawling

Watch How Well The 2021 Ford Bronco Handles Rock-Crawling

The two-door and four-door Bronco can be seen in action testing their mettle

We saw the Bronco’s debut digitally, and it has garnered a lot of attention since it was launched. But, being an off-roader, enthusiasts want to see it take on rocks, boulders and the less-beaten paths. Well, now you can. Bronco6g.com uploaded three videos on its YouTube channel that shows the four-door and two-door Broncos on a hardcore off-road trail. This is a glimpse of what to expect from the Ford Bronco when it is in its comfort zone.

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Can This Petition Convince Ford to Offer the Manual Transmission for Both Engines?

Can This Petition Convince Ford to Offer the Manual Transmission for Both Engines?

Every engine-trim-body-package needs the Bronco’s seven-speed manual gearbox irrespective of anything, right?

From what we know about the Bronco so far, it is an impressive off-roader in almost every aspect. However, Ford did us wrong by only offering the manual transmission with the four-cylinder Bronco. There’s also a catch that you can’t have it with the Sasquatch package. Now, this is a bummer, and a petition on Change.org has started with the singular goal of persuading Ford to offer it as a DIY kit with all the combination. Will this petition change the minds of the execs sitting at Ford HQ?

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You'll Be Able to Configure Your New 2021 Ford Bronco Sooner Than You Think!

You’ll Be Able to Configure Your New 2021 Ford Bronco Sooner Than You Think!

The 2021 Bronco configurator goes live in September and ordering will take place in December

The 2021 Bronco has created a stir and people can’t seem to stop talking about it. In fact, the response has been so overwhelming that the website had also crashed. According to the Q2 earnings call, well over a hundred thousand people have reserved the new Bronco and can’t wait to lay their hands on the off-roader.

With numerous packages and accessories announced, the next exciting part is to be able to configure it and Ford has some good news for us on that front. The company has confirmed that the Bronco configurator will go live in September!

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The 2021 Ford Bronco's Optional Tube Doors Bring Something the JL Wrangler Can't

The 2021 Ford Bronco’s Optional Tube Doors Bring Something the JL Wrangler Can’t

The 2021 Ford Bronco’s tube doors are safer than the Wrangler’s

Ford recently unveiled the highly-anticipated 2021 Bronco, but we still don’t know much about its accessories. A recent leak confirms that the SUV will be available with tube doors, but unlike the Wrangler, the Bronco will also feature airbags for increased safety.

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This Slammed Ford Bronco-GT Supercar Mashup is Oddly Satisfying

This Slammed Ford Bronco-GT Supercar Mashup is Oddly Satisfying

We didn’t know we needed a Bronco and GT’s lovechild… until now

Let’s put this in a very simple way. The Bronco is an off-roader. The GT is a supercar meant to stay on the tarmac. These two segments run parallel and can never intersect. But, thanks to some geniuses, we now have a pictorial representation of what these two would like when mashed up, and surprisingly, we didn’t have the urge to break our screens. Timothy, who goes by ‘Adry53customs’ on Instagram, uploaded a few renderings of the Bronco-GT lovechild, which happens to be a hot rod, and it is satisfying.

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This 2021 Ford Bronco Police Interceptor Is Ready to Protect and Serve You Off-Road

This 2021 Ford Bronco Police Interceptor Is Ready to Protect and Serve You Off-Road

It’s quite intriguing that the Bronco Sport fits into the police uniform so effortlessly!

The Bronco is a capable off-roader and there’s no doubt about it. Even its little sibling, the Bronco Sport, seems like an all-rounder that can take the tarmac and the beaten paths equally well. We’ve seen it as a Raptor, as a Baja 1000 racer, but this time, we’ve come across an intriguing rendering. How cool would a Bronco be in a cop uniform? Aksyonov Nikita has rendered the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport as a Police Interceptor and it looks fantastic!

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2021 Ford Bronco Sport

2021 Ford Bronco Sport

The Bronco Sport is an urban crossover that can also go on beaten paths with utmost ease

The Bronco’s revival has made enthusiasts and purists more than happy. But, given how tough the market has become, Ford knew that it would also need a practical vehicle. In comes the Bronco Sport. The Bronco Sport is not as rugged as the standard Bronco and can be very much used as a daily driver as well. If I had to describe it in a sentence, I’d say it’s not an off-roader like the Bronco, but a crossover with a very heavy off-road bias. It has a lot of Bronco shades and vibe all around, but will people accept it as an urban crossover and as their daily driver?

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2021 Ford Bronco

2021 Ford Bronco

Ford has let out its ultimate prizefighter to take on the Jeep Wrangler

After being in production for over three decades, the Bronco went down in the history books as one of the most hardcore SUVs that mankind had ever seen. The SUV was developed as an off-roader to take on the Jeep CJ-5, and it succeeded to a large extent. However, the company decided to put down the model in 1996 to make way for a newer lineup. Purists and enthusiasts hoped the model would make a comeback, and after 20+ years, the moniker has come back from the ashes.

Rumors about its reincarnation started many years back, but the company didn’t confirm its existence until less than a year before it was unveiled. The wait was not easy, but it was worth it. The company launched the rugged, off-road Bronco in two- and four-door configurations, to go with an urban version with an off-road bias called the Bronco Sport. Ford will offer hundreds of optional accessories right from its launch as well. Despite all this, does it have in it to take on the undisputed king of the segment, the Jeep Wrangler?

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S.-based Tuner Unveils The Ford Bronco Midnite Edition

S.-based Tuner Unveils The Ford Bronco Midnite Edition

This Bronco Midnite Edition is a tribute to the original Nite Edition Bronco built in 1991 and 1992

If there is anyone more excited about the new Bronco other than the enthusiasts, it’s the aftermarket companies. From offering a V-8 engine under the hood to creating a Baja-1000 winner-based Bronco, we’ve seen it all since the off-roader was reincarnated. But this is no way the end of it. Illinois-based Maxlider Brothers Customs has created a Midnite edition that pays homage to the 1991-92 Nite Bronco. How’s that for a double dose of nostalgia?

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It's Almost Official - a Ford Bronco Pickup Is Coming, But The Question Is When

It’s Almost Official - a Ford Bronco Pickup Is Coming, But The Question Is When

The Jeep Gladiator’s latest rival could arrive as early as 2022

Earlier this month, Ford announced that the Bronco will not just be a model in the lineup, but will serve as a sub-brand. The reason was to probably give a lot more presence and added value to the brand. Not to mention, Ford’s plans to introduce multiple Bronco-related products.

The automaker has already unveiled the two-door and the four-door Broncos, as well as the Bronco Sport. A Bronco Raptor is also inevitable and could be seen within a couple of years. Now, Automobile Magazine claims that a Bronco pickup is also in the works and is expected to come in 2024. However, the Blue Oval is trying to shorten this period and is planning to have the truck out by 2022. More worry for the Jeep Gladiator?

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Engineering Explained Breaks Down the Ford Bronco's Crawler Gear and Teaches You About Gear Reduction

Engineering Explained Breaks Down the Ford Bronco’s Crawler Gear and Teaches You About Gear Reduction

In a nutshell, a Crawler Gear: Low speed, high control

Purists and enthusiasts were rooting for a manual transmission to be offered in the Bronco and Ford decided to make them happy. However, the automaker went one step ahead and offered it with a Crawler gear. Now, everyone knows that the Crawler gear features an ultra-low gear ratio that will be extremely helpful when traversing over rocks and mountains. But, how does it work? Well, Jason Fenske from Engineering Explained has broken down the math in this video.

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New Run-Down Showcases How Easy the Ford Bronco's Doors and Roof Can Be Installed

New Run-Down Showcases How Easy the Ford Bronco’s Doors and Roof Can Be Installed

Find out how long it takes to install the doors and roof on a Ford Bronco

Ford recently unveiled the Bronco, reviving the nameplate after 25 years, and off-road enthusiasts went wild over its looks and modularity. Just like the original Bronco, the 2021 SUV comes with removable doors and various options for the roof. You can go with either a soft-top or a hard-top that you can remove entirely or have certain panels taken off. But how long does it take to strip the Bronco off and prepare it for an off-road adventure? You can find out in this video from D’Z RIDEZ.

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Everything You Need to Know About the 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor

Everything You Need to Know About the 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor

From a V-8 engine to Baja-Bronco like treatment; this is everything you can expect from the Ford Bronco Raptor

The 2021 Ford Bronco has been the talk of the town since it was unveiled. The off-roader was, arguably, the most anticipated model this year, and it would be fair to say that it didn’t disappoint. But we enthusiasts are a greedy bunch and still want a Raptor version of the Bronco. That’s like asking for an off-road version of an off-roader! The Bronco comes with most of the stuff needed, but a Raptor trim could push things beyond the boundaries. Also, the Bronco has taken part in Baja 1000 before it was reincarnated, so that makes having a Raptor version even more imperative, and it could further cement the new off-roader’s place in the segment.

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Ford Looked to its Past With Modern Tech to Make the 2021 Ford Bronco

Ford Looked to its Past With Modern Tech to Make the 2021 Ford Bronco

It’s not often a company goes back to its roots to design a new car, but that’s exactly what Ford needed to do if it was going to compete with the Jeep Wrangler

Now, you might look at the Ford Bronco Sport and say, “that’s not a real Bronco,” but you’d be out of your mind if you said the same for the 2- or 4-door Bronco. There are so many subtle and obvious hints that the 2021 Ford Bronco carries around 50-year-old DNA. There might not be an overabundance of it, but that’s a good thing. Now, we’re learning that Ford actually 3D scanned an original Bronco to give engineers a firm starting point. Did it work? You bet your ass it did.

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Your $60,000 2021 Ford Bronco First Edition Isn't So Special Anymore

Your $60,000 2021 Ford Bronco First Edition Isn’t So Special Anymore

Ford Just doubled production limits for the 2021 Ford Bronco First Edition

The 2021 Ford Bronco was met with a lot of excitement during its digital debut. Not everybody was happy, with the most common complaint seeming to be that there’s no option for a V-8. But, that didn’t stop Ford’s pre-order portal from being overloaded or the First-Edition from being sold out within a matter of hours. That First Edition trim is what we’re going to talk about today, or to be more specific, we’re going to talk about how Ford just upped the production cap from 3,500 to 7,000, making it a little less special in the process.

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A Handful of Renderings Imagines the 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor in Different Colors

A Handful of Renderings Imagines the 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor in Different Colors

Just when you thought the Bronco couldn’t get any better

Ford came out all guns blazing with the new Bronco. The automaker has created the ultimate off-roader that checks all the boxes; well, almost all. The two things that we purists would’ve wanted – which we could receive some time in the future perhaps – are a V-8 engine and a Raptor treatment. These vacuums are already filled by aftermarket companies and rendering artists to give us a taste of what to expect when the real deal comes out.

We saw a rendering of a two-door Bronco Sport Raptor earlier this week, but now we have a rendering of the four-door Bronco Raptor in four different shades, courtesy of Oscar V from Concept Autos. The changes are subtle yet noticeable, and we are impressed.

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2021 Ford Bronco vs The Original Bronco

2021 Ford Bronco vs The Original Bronco

We compare the 2021 Ford Bronco to its 55-year-old grandfather

Ford revived the Bronco for the 2021 model year and brought the iconic nameplate back on the market after 25 years. And even though it had five generations to consider, four of which competed in the full-size segment, Ford opted to design the 2021 Bronco as a spiritual successor to the original compact SUV.

The sixth-gen hauler is clearly inspired by the first Bronco that was unveiled in 1965, with the most notable difference being a four-door version for the modern SUV. Granted, these vehicles arrived 55 years apart so they’re radically different when it comes to interior features, technology, and powerplants, but the 2021 Bronco is a cool tribute to the original SUV on the surface. So let’s find out what makes them similar and what sets them apart.

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Does This Two-Door Ford Bronco Sport Raptor Deserve to be Built?

Does This Two-Door Ford Bronco Sport Raptor Deserve to be Built?

This isn’t something that will ever make it to production, but we can’t stop thinking about it

It’s been just a week since Ford pulled the Bronco out of the box, but we just can’t seem to catch a break from all the renderings. We’ve seen the Bronco reimagined as the erstwhile Big Oly by Saleen and even as a 6x6 pickup truck! This time, it’s the Bronco Sport’s turn to get a virtual makeover.

KDesign has transformed the Bronco Sport into a two-door SUV in the standard form and with a Raptor-twist. While both seem out of scope at this point as production vehicles, there’s no denying that this whacky build could see the light of the day at some tuner’s workshop in the future.

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Sad the 2021 Ford Bronco Isn't Offered With a V-8? PaxPower Has Your Back!

Sad the 2021 Ford Bronco Isn’t Offered With a V-8? PaxPower Has Your Back!

You can have the V-8 engine with either 400 horses or 758 horses!

Ford is not offering the 2021 Bronco with a V-8 and it is stinging some people. The fact that Jeep announced a V-8 Wrangler just before the Bronco’s launch added to the misery. We expected aftermarket companies to pounce on this opportunity, but this soon? Houston-based PaxPower has already announced a V-8 Bronco. The tuner will plonk Ford’s V-8 Coyote engine and offer it in two iterations - 400 horses and 758 horses. Exciting enough?

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This Leaked Video Suggests That A Bronco Hybrid Is On The Way!

This Leaked Video Suggests That A Bronco Hybrid Is On The Way!

It shows an "EV Coaching" mode on the Bronco’s instrument cluster

Yes, there’s more news on the Bronco front. In all honesty, I think this past week should be called the “Bronco Week”. This time, the news is regarding a Bronco Hybrid. A video uploaded by “Input” on their YouTube channel shows the instrument cluster and the SYNC system. In one of the frames, you can see an “EV Coaching” dial. This can only mean that a Bronco hybrid is in the making.

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This Ford Bronco 6x6 Pickup Screams Merica!

This Ford Bronco 6x6 Pickup Screams Merica!

The new Ford Bronco is turning out to be every rendering artist’s wet dream

It hasn’t even been a week since the Bronco was launched and we already have wild renderings for it popping up from everywhere. Saleen showcased its version of the Bronco earlier, and now we have the Bronco rendered as a 6x6 pickup truck. There are a handful of trucks with a third axle we’ve seen, with the most reminisced one being the Mercedes-AMG G63 6x6. But, does that formula work on the Bronco? Well, you tell us!

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Is the 2021 Ford Bronco's Interior Waterproof?

Is the 2021 Ford Bronco’s Interior Waterproof?

It comes with vinyl seats and washable floor on two trims; so you can call it waterproof

With the way Ford was hyping the new Bronco before the launch, it was expected to be an impressive off-roader. However, the company has managed to break all the shackles with this product and it’s turning out to be a big threat for the Jeep Wrangler. Apart from the numerous good-to-have features, the Bronco also comes with some thoughtful niceties that will make the long-term ownership a pleasant one.

One such convenient feature is the washable interior. We’re talking about more than washable floors here, by the way!

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Comparing the 2021 Ford Bronco Family - Which is the Right Model For You?

Comparing the 2021 Ford Bronco Family - Which is the Right Model For You?

Here’s a rundown of all the available Ford Bronco trims

Ford just unveiled the 2021 Bronco,, which marks the return of the iconic nameplate after a 25-year hiatus. The SUV won’t arrive in showrooms until 2021, but you can already place reservations, and Ford has already released details about each and every trim. The 2021 Bronco is available in seven trim levels, most of them named for off-road enthusiasts. The lineup includes Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, Wildtrak, Badlands, and First Edition. The latter is a limited-series launch edition model that won’t be offered beyond 2021. Each trim level features a unique emblem, and it’s equipped for a different purpose. Want to know which Bronco suits you best? Find out below where we look at all seven versions.

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Ford Bronco vs. Jeep Wrangler

Ford Bronco vs. Jeep Wrangler

Is the new Ford Bronco better than the mighty Jeep Wrangler?

The highly anticipated Ford Bronco is finally here. Discontinued after five generations in 1996, the Bronco nameplate returned after almost 25 years. That’s big news for SUV enthusiasts, but it’s equally important that Ford finally offers a competitor for the Jeep Wrangler.

The latter is by far the most popular option when it comes to rugged, off-road-ready SUVs, so the Bronco has a very difficult mission upon its return. Does it have what it takes to compete with the Wrangler? Is it better than Jeep’s tried-and-true off-roader? Well, these are questions that will get solid answers once the Bronco starts rolling off the assembly line and we get our hands on one. But until that happens, here’s a thorough comparison that reveals how they stack against each other on paper.

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Thanks to Goodyear Tires, the Ford Bronco Is Forced to Carry the Wrangler Name With It

Thanks to Goodyear Tires, the Ford Bronco Is Forced to Carry the Wrangler Name With It

It’s only a coincidence that one of Goodyear’s most capable and popular tires carries the Wrangler name

So, there’s no denying the fact that the two- and four-door Ford Bronco were born with the one job of laying waste to the Jeep Wrangler. It’s been a long time coming, and it’s finally happening – the Wrangler now has the strongest competition that it’s had in a long, long time. But, there’s a catch. The new Ford Bronco, when equipped with Goodyear tires, is forced to carry around the Wrangler name. Not just in 1 place, but in 5. How’s that for irony?

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2021 Ford Bronco by Saleen

2021 Ford Bronco by Saleen

Saleen has paid homage to two-time Baja 1000 winner the ‘Big Oly’ Bronco

It’s barely been a couple of days since the Bronco was launched but we already have aftermarket tuners pouncing all over it to give it their own twist. The first company to do so is Saleen Automotive. Saleen has already put out a kit for the Bronco that pays tribute to the old Bronco that took the Baja 1000 by storm back in the 70s. There isn’t a lot known about it yet, but from the looks of it, it seems pretty sweet.

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6 Things Automakers Could Learn From the 2021 Ford Bronco

6 Things Automakers Could Learn From the 2021 Ford Bronco

The 2021 Ford Bronco is a revival done right!

The Ford Bronco just returned after 25 years and SUV enthusiasts are going crazy over it. The boxy hauler is heavily based on the original Bronco of the 1960s, it features a pair of powerful engines, and off-road tech that enables it to tackle the mighty Jeep Wrangler.

Ford apparently spent a few good years drawing a plan to dethrone the Wrangler and the 2021 Bronco is a project that many automakers could learn from. Here’s six things that will probably make the Bronco a highly successful SUV.

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2021 Ford Bronco Sasquatch Package - Making Even the Base Bronco an Extreme Off-Roader

2021 Ford Bronco Sasquatch Package - Making Even the Base Bronco an Extreme Off-Roader

A must-have package if you’re buying a Bronco, especially the lower trims

Ford has tried to cater to all kinds of customers with the Bronco. That probably explains why the Bronco Sport came to be – an off-roader that is equally comfortable for weekday duties. If you’ve been following the Bronco carefully, you’ll know how well it is spec’d in terms of off-roading equipment and features. However, they are available in the higher trims which are in the ballpark of $50,000.

But, even if you are looking to buy the base trim and want a Bronco that can handle harsh terrain easily, you should opt for the “Sasquatch Package” that Ford has introduced. The package includes most of the stuff you’d need to convert your bare-bones Bronco into a boulder-carver - even the base model!

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You Have to See This 1968 Ford Bronco With the Heart of the Shelby GT500 That Stopped by Jay Leno's Garage

You Have to See This 1968 Ford Bronco With the Heart of the Shelby GT500 That Stopped by Jay Leno’s Garage

The end result of a collabo between FoMoCo, SEMA Garage, and LGE-CTS

There are a couple of companies offering jaw-dropping restomodded vintage Broncos (not on the cheap, though) but nothing beats a Shelby GT500 powered 1968 Ford Bronco unicorn like the one that found a new home inside Jay Leno’s car collection.

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What is the 2021 Ford Bronco's GOAT System?

What is the 2021 Ford Bronco’s GOAT System?

It stands for "Go Over Any Type of Terrain" and comprises of different selectable drive modes

The Bronco has lit up the automotive scene in more ways than even Ford would’ve imagined. The off-roader is filled with features that enthusiasts have been asking automakers for all along. One exciting feature that Ford has introduced on the Bronco is the cleverly named GOAT mode. This is essentially the Bronco’s driving modes that make it a capable off-roader. So, what are these drive modes?

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If You Reserved a 2020 Ford Bronco, You Might Get Railed On Pricing

If You Reserved a 2020 Ford Bronco, You Might Get Railed On Pricing

Ford won’t even try to stop dealer markups, so your $20,000-$50,000 Bronco might end up being $80,000

At this point, it’s no secret that some car dealers get greedy and attempt to charge way more for a car than the MSRP. It happened with the Dodge Demon, it happened with the Toyota Supra, and it happened with the C8 Corvette, and that’s just from recent memory. Now, we’re learning that Ford will do absolutely nothing to curb dealer markups, which means the dealer you chose during your reservation could try to increase the price of your Bronco by a lot thanks to the fancy term “market adjustment.”

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Ford's Revealing of the 2021 Bronco Just Proved that GM Has No Idea What It's Doing

Ford’s Revealing of the 2021 Bronco Just Proved that GM Has No Idea What It’s Doing

The 2021 Ford Bronco is a prime example of what happens when automakers listen to consumers

The year was 2018, and everyone was hyped up about the Chevy Blazer nameplate making a comeback. It was a good year before politics took over newsfeeds, and a pandemic sent the world into turmoil. Then, out of the blue, Chevy hit us with a glorified crossover that was essentially a Chevy Equinox blended together with Camaro looks. This wasn’t the Blazer we wanted, it wasn’t the Blazer we needed, and there was just as much hate for the new Blazer going around as there was praise, if not more. It can hardly tackle pavement, let alone go off-road. Then we started hearing that the Ford Bronco was making a comeback, and, despite the nostalgia for the nameplate, there was fear that Ford would make the same mistake. But, Ford didn’t make the same mistake and, in fact, delivered a new Bronco that doesn’t only stay true to its roots but is probably the most capable vehicle the company has ever built.

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The Ford Bronco's Door Storage Solution Sets the Standard for Off-Road Vehicles

The Ford Bronco’s Door Storage Solution Sets the Standard for Off-Road Vehicles

Thanks to onboard storage, you now have the freedom to remove the doors whenever you feel like instead of planning in advance and leaving them at home

The all-new Ford Bronco has finally made its much-anticipated debut and the initial impressions are very positive. Ford has not only equipped stuff that enthusiasts crave for in an off-roader, but has also upped the ante tremendously. The manual gearbox, for instance, comes with a creeper gear that makes off-roading a lot more fun. Among a host of other impressive features, there’s something that the purists and camping aficionados would appreciate – the removable doors and roof.

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2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport Reservation and Buyer's Guide

2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport Reservation and Buyer’s Guide

If your’e planning to reserve a Ford Bronco, this is the guide you need to follow

The 2021 Ford Bronco has been revealed, and Ford is already taking pre-orders as long as you’re willing to put up a $100 deposit. So, you’ve made the decision to reserve your very own, but the question now is: what Bronco do you get and which is right for you? Well, we’ve compiled all the spec, trim, and color brochures for you to download and go over for yourself, and we’re embedding them below with a brief breakdown of what’s in each one of them.

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The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport is the Bronco's Not-So-Rugged Little Brother

The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport is the Bronco’s Not-So-Rugged Little Brother

The Ford Bronco Sport is a Baby Bronco with stylish looks

Ford just took the off-road SUV market by storm with the Bronco, reviving the iconic nameplate after almost 25 years. Although it captured all the hype, the Bronco isn’t the only SUV that Ford introduced today. It also launched the Bronco Sport, a slightly smaller crossover aimed at vehicles that aren’t as rugged as the Jeep Wrangler. The Bronco Sport also boasts vintage styling cues inspired by the original Bronco, but it looks decidedly more modern. The Bronco Sport is based on the Escape, but it’s more capable off the beaten path, and it looks better. Let’s find out more about it below.

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Does the 2021 Ford Bronco Have a Manual Transmission?

Does the 2021 Ford Bronco Have a Manual Transmission?

It most certainly does, and from what we know so far, it is very impressive!

After a 24-year hiatus, the Bronco moniker has returned to the auto scene and has everyone’s attention. The off-roader comes with retro styling and cues, much to the please of the purists. However, one other thing that made the Bronco exciting was the prospect of a manual gearbox mated to the drivetrain. The initial leaks had suggested the presence of a seven-speed manual transmission, and now that the Bronco has made its debut, the same is confirmed - as long as you don’t go with the Bronco Sport, which is only available with an automatic transmission.

The all-new Bronco (the boxy one) will be offered with a choice of two transmissions – a seven-speed manual gearbox and a 10-speed automatic gearbox.

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