The 2021 Ford Bronco has finally been revealed, and although its on-sale date has been delayed until summer 2021, it's nevertheless coming soon. Few new vehicles receive as much hype as Ford's resurrected off-roader has, and judging by the pictures, specs and what we know of its development, it sure looks like the hype could be warranted. Simply put, the new Bronco seems pretty cool.
We have now driven the 2021 Bronco, and we've found it to be as good as so many hoped. There's so much to know about the new Bronco, though, that we couldn't possibly squeeze it all into that review. On this page you can find everything we know about Ford's off-road SUV. That includes our general overview; deep dives into its engineering and trim levels; a breakdown of pricing and colors; and comparisons highlighting the Bronco specs versus those of the Wrangler and 4Runner.
Finally! Our first review of the Bronco, including drives of as many variations as we could manage: two-door, four-door, base trim level, fancy Outer Banks, and of course, the mighty Sasquatch package.
We were one of the few outlets to drive a Bronco with the seven-speed manual, and specifically, we got to try out its crawler gear off-road.
The General Overview of the 2021 Ford Bronco
Our first glimpse at the Bronco pictures and specs. Here we touch on everything from its all-new frame and substantial off-road clearances, to its many roof choices and the "weird" design process that came up with a bevy of unique features.
The Deep Dives
If you're hoping to actually buy a Bronco, definitely check this out. The new Bronco is available in seven trim levels, but there's more going on then just an escalating amount of feature content. We break down what's including with the Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, Wildtrak, Badlands and First Edition, plus include pictures of each. Here is what they all cost.
Contributing engineer/writer Dan Edmunds does his usual thing by diving deeply into the new Bronco's underpinnings ... albeit from afar using pictures rather than crawling under the thing while it's parked in his driveway.
The 2021 Ford Bronco's body is modular, meaning the body panels easily come off for repair and possible accessorizing. Its roof is also removable, but there are different roof options, which we describe here.
The Quick Takes
It starts at $29,995 for the Two-Door and $34,695 for the Four-Door.
Both engines are more powerful than originally announced; fuel economy isn't great for either.
Here are some smaller details that nevertheless help make the new Bronco pretty damn cool.
What the headline says.
The attractive Sasquatch package — which adds 35-inch tires and locking differentials and is ostensibly available on every variant of the new 4x4 — can only be paired with the 10-speed automatic transmission. This is sad, but there is also hope as the manual transmission will eventually be Sasquatchable even if it's been delayed to 2022.
You're wondering, we're answering.
How the new kid on the block stacks up against grandpa.
Just Pictures of the Interior
Videos of the 2021 Bronco
The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport
Though overshadowed by its big brother, the Bronco Sport crossover may ultimately be more relevant to more people since it caters to a wider audience (it's also cheaper). Here is all our content about it.
Our full review of the Baby Bronco lineup, including driving and interior impressions, specs, pricing information and new pictures.
The Sport is offered in most of the same trim levels as its big brother. As we did in the link above, we breakdown what each of those trim levels includes.
With that in mind, here's how the Autoblog staff would spec theirs.
See how the baby Bronco compares to the crossover Jeeps.