The list of around 200 available accessories for the 2021 Ford Bronco is now live on Ford's website.
Some of the accessories include rock rails, fender flares, seat covers, roof racks, and tons of off-road equipment.
The 2021 Bronco is available in two- and four-door models with either a hard or soft top.
When Ford first announced the return of the Bronco last summer, it promised that there would be more than 200 accessories available to customize the off-road SUV. Now you can see all of them, with the full list of accessories and prices available here. Ford offers everything from trail armor to pet harnesses, plus stuff you need to build the new Bronco into a capable overlanding rig.
Bolts with the Bronco logo indicate where certain accessories can be added on the off-roader. There are rock rails (for both two- and four-door models) for $595, trail armor for the front and rear corners as well as the rocker panels, a cool hood scoop for $449, various styles of fender flares, a Bronco R-themed car cover ($969 to $979), a few spare tire covers with different Bronco logos ($80), and custom exterior graphics.
And there are tons of upgrades available to transform the Bronco into an overlanding rig including drawer systems ($670.43), a folding table for the swing gate ($209), a 19-quart portable fridge and freezer ($759), off-road recovery kits from Warn ($149 to $329), tons of roof racks and accessories from brands like Thule and Yakima, and rooftop tents from TEPUI and Yakima. Of course, customers can also equip the Sasquatch package from the factory, which adds things like 35-inch tires and heavy-duty Bilstein shock absorbers.
Ford is offering plenty of interior accessories, too. There are all kinds of floor mats (the Bronco has available plugs in the floors to rinse them out), Carhartt seat covers ($299–$319), console vaults, and storage bags for the removable doors and roof panels (you can see how to remove the Bronco's doors, roof, and fenders here).
The 2021 Ford Bronco is available in two- and four-door models with hard and soft tops, just like its chief rival the Jeep Wrangler. Trucks that were preordered will arrive this summer, while others will likely have to wait until next year. Pricing starts at $29,995 for the base model.
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