2021 Ford Bronco Sport

What's New For the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport?

For 2021, Ford releases the all-new Ford Bronco Sport, a smaller alternative to its Bronco. This off-roader doesn't skimp out on interior features, bringing a host of safety aids and creature comforts. Bronco Sport comes in two engines and enough highly-capable mechanical components to tackle challenging terrain and for the driver to enjoy many off-road adventures.

Which Features Are Available for 2021?

The Ford Bronco Sport lineup starts with the Base model. Even though it's the entry-level model, the Base does not skimp on amenities and conveniences. To start, you'll get an eight-inch infotainment display screen with easy-to-reach buttons and knobs. The climate controls are also straightforward and easy to use. The Ford Bronco Sport also has class-leading headroom on all trim levels, and it has plenty of space across the interior for occupants. The Base trim also has cloth upholstery and a safari roof that gives it additional style and helps transport even more belongings.

The second Bronco Sport trim is called Big Bend. This trim has a special strap system and zipper pockets for style and function. It also has a rubber floor in the trunk that can be easily cleaned when you return from outdoor adventures. The third trim level is called Outer Banks. It features a distinctive exterior with a black grille and matching black roof. You'll get leather seats starting with this trim. The Badlands is next with off-road tires and two-wheel designs. It also has an advanced four-wheel drive. More unique styling features are added to the First Edition, including graphic detailing and a carbonized grille.

2021 Ford Bronco Sport Interior

2021 Ford Bronco Sport Powertrain Options

There are two gasoline engines available for the Ford Bronco Sport. The first engine powers all trims up to the Badlands. The base engine has three cylinders and a 1.5L capacity. It generates over 180 HP and has a peak torque of 190 LB-FT. The second engine provides up to 245 HP for the Badlands and First Edition.

Safety Features in the Forefront for 2021

Minimum safety in the Bronco Sport includes blind-spot monitoring, automatic emergency braking, forward collision warning, and lane-keep assist. You can also add traffic sign recognition and lane centering.

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Bronco Sport Questions

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