2021 Ford Bronco Sport vs 2021 Ford Bronco
2021 Ford Bronco Sport 2021 Ford Bronco


1.5L Turbo I-3 2.3L Turbo I-4


181 270

  Towing Capacity

2,000 lbs. 3,500 lbs.

2021 Ford Bronco Sport vs 2021 Ford Bronco

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The Ford Bronco has been a household name for decades, but it was ultimately pulled out of production nearly 20 years ago. For 2021, the Ford Bronco is back, and it shows that it's now better than ever. The latest Ford Bronco features a combination of classic and modern elements to give consumers a vehicle with a unique appearance and plenty of durability. The Ford Bronco is offered in two styles, which are the regular Bronco and the Ford Bronco Sport. The Bronco Sport is a slightly smaller version of the Bronco, and it provides even more agility. Either way, you can look forward to an intrepid off-road SUV with either Bronco version, including the option to get the regular Bronco in either a two-door or a four-door configuration.


The 2021 Ford Bronco has the same base engine for the two-door and four-door models, but you can choose to get a more powerful engine for the four-door. The base engine is turbocharged and produces a substantial 270 horsepower, and its maximum output reaches 310 lb-ft of torque. The four-door variant can be ordered with a turbocharged V6 engine that has a 2.7-liter displacement. Maximum power reaches 310 horsepower with this engine, and its maximum torque is 400 lb-ft The Bronco Sport also has two engine options. The base engine is a turbocharged 1.5-liter with three cylinders. Its maximum power is 181 horsepower. The second, available on the Badlands and First Edition, is a turbocharged 2.0-liter with four cylinders. Its maximum power is 245 horsepower. All engines come with four-wheel drive.


The Ford Bronco and the Ford Bronco Sport both have sporty exteriors with plenty of modern features but also some characteristically vintage design elements, including circular headlights. The Ford Bronco has sleek roof rails to help take extra cargo wherever you need to go. The Bronco Sport has a slightly smaller frame to help easily navigate narrower trails. Both SUVs get tow hooks and skid plates for an adventure-oriented outing. LED lights are standard for safety, and all-terrain tires help navigate treacherous terrain.


The Ford Bronco and 2021 Bronco Sport both have functional and feature-friendly interiors. The cabin of the Ford Bronco gets convenient grab handles that passengers can use on rocky terrain and to help get in and out of the vehicle, which is especially useful if you opt for the larger tires. The cargo area is specially configured to stow away the Bronco's removable doors. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are standard on the Bronco and Bronco Sport. Ford's safety package, called the Co-Pilot360, also comes standard.

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