- Just after 25 years off the current market, the Ford Bronco off-highway SUV is back to get on the Jeep Wrangler.
- We took a $56,000 Bronco off-roading lately and came absent impressed, both of those on-road and off.
- I examined a large amount of SUVs the day I drove the Bronco, and it was my favored amongst mid- and full-size opponents.
The 2021 Ford Bronco Badlands extra two accolades to its portfolio at September automotive function Mudfest in Shelton, Washington. This all-new Bronco design earned a runner-up situation in the mid- and whole-dimension relatives motor vehicle classification, and a runner-up title in the Excessive Capacity group, coming in next to the 2022 Jeep Wrangler Unrestricted Rubicon 392 in equally.
The exterior styling is very appealing on Ford’s new Bronco, and the model we drove experienced a beautiful dusty blue paint job referred to as “Area 51” paired with a black vinyl interior. Just looking at it experienced me itching to get the keys and head straight to the off-road course.
Drivers of the 2021 Ford Bronco have 7 trims to choose from:
- Ford Bronco: two-door ($28,500) 4-doorway ($33,200)
- Bronco Massive Bend: two-door ($33,385) four-doorway ($35,880)
- Bronco Black Diamond: two-doorway ($36,050) four-doorway ($38,955)