The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport is similar to the Ford Bronco, but its design is actually borrowed from another SUV made by Ford called the Escape. The Bronco Sport is an all-new model for 2021. It joins the Bronco as one of the newest and most outdoor-oriented trim levels of the Ford family. The Bronco Sport is specially designed for off-road expeditions, but that doesn't mean it is not well-suited for daily driving, too. Inside, the Bronco Sport has a surprising number of amenities and creature comforts given its hardy exterior design. The Bronco Sport is also eligible for many customization options.
The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport family includes a diverse and exciting lineup. First in the family is the Base trim. With this trim, four-wheel drive is standard, as are multi-select terrain modes to take on the trails and the elements with greater ease. The base trim has a modern design and a safari roof. The second trim is called the Big Bend. With it comes more in the way of outdoor-worthy elements, including flood lights in the back and zipper pockets. The stylish Outer Banks trim is next with blacked-out details on the exterior. The Badlands follows with metal bash plates and 17-inch wheels. The First Edition has a carbonized gray grille and black graphics for an even more dramatic look and a bold first impression.
|Specs||2021 Ford Bronco Sport Base|
|Fuel Economy (City/Hwy)**||25 city / 28 hwy mpg**|
|Standard Engine||1.5L EcoBoost Engine with Auto Start-Stop Technology|
|Drivetrain®||4 Wheel Drive|
|Transmission||8 Speed Automatic Mode Select with Manual Mode|
In order to give you the most power and performance options available, the Ford Bronco comes with several engines that you can choose from. The engines are trim-specific. Four-wheel drive is standard across the lineup. The first engine, which is standard from the base trim through the Outer Banks, is a compact but powerful turbo 1.5L engine that has three cylinders. The base engine comes with an automatic transmission for convenience. The second engine drives the Badlands and First Edition trims. Its power output increases to 245 HP. Its torque increases to 275 LB-FT as well, and it has a more advanced four-wheel drive system. The engine also connects to an eight-speed automatic transmission.
A spacious interior with thoughtful storage areas is a highlight on all trim levels of the Ford Bronco Sport. The Ford Bronco Sport has climate control on all trims, with manual climate control on the first trim level and automatic climate control on the others. Starting with the second trim level you will get a push-button start and intelligent access. A moonroof is standard with the second trim, which also has a leather steering wheel. Ambient interior lighting and leather-trimmed seats are standard starting with the Outer Banks trim level. This trim has heated seats, too. Its driver's seat moves in eight ways, and the passenger's seat moves in six ways. Perforated leather seats are added to the top trim.
All trims of the Ford Bronco Sport have the Ford Sync 3 infotainment system. This system comes with voice recognition and AppLink for convenience. Android Auto and Apple Carplay are standard, and emergency assist is available at the touch of a button. The base trim has a 4.2-inch LCD screen, which is upgraded to a 6.5-inch display on the higher-end trim levels.
The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport gets Ford's Co-Pilot360 safety technology on all trims. The comprehensive package includes lane-keep assist, automatic emergency braking, pre-collision assist, and a backup camera. Electronic traction control is included. Rear parking sensors and a trail control system are additional safety elements added to the top trims. The higher-end trims are also equipped with an SOS post-crash response system in case of an accident.
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