The 2021 Ford Bronco Is Driver’s Auto Mart’s Used Car of The Week!
Last year, the Ford Bronco returned with a vengeance thanks to its sauve vintage design, inventive features, and skillful off-road capabilities, even making it on Kelley Blue Book’s 2021 Editors’ Choice list.
Other fun and capable features of this SUV are two- and four-door body styles, as well as best-in-class ground clearance, suspension travel, and crawl ratio.
With all of these excitements to work with, it’s no surprise that it’s been chosen as Driver’s Auto Mart’s Used Car of The Week!
Engine and Performance
The 2021 Ford Bronco has a standard 4-cylinder 2.3-liter turbocharged engine that has a solid output of 275 horsepower (300 with premium fuel) and 315 lb-ft of torque (325 with premium fuel). The optional EcoBoost turbocharged V-6 zooms on 300 horsepower and 400 lb-of torque.
Both engines work with a 10-speed automatic transmission, however, the 7-speed manual can only be paired with the smaller 2.3-L. Each Bronco sends power to its four wheels, while its independent front suspension is far more refined than the front stick axle that Jeep has. Some other cool driving features include 35-inch mud-terrain tires, beadlock-capable wheels, electronic locking front and rear differentials, and a sway-bar-disconnect feature.
When driving this truck, you’ll be amazed at just how smooth and controlled the ride is ON the road. Its steering is highly precise and has overall better handling than the Wrangler. Obviously, when geared with the largest tires and smoothest suspension, there’s an exceptional ability to brake smooth and disciplined, while its body-on-frame setup is quite conspicuous.
As one would expect, this Ford model shows that it’s a Jack of All Trades OFF the road, with adeptness in muscling difficult terrain.
The exterior frame of this car is reminiscent of the Bronco models between the mid-’60s and mid-’70s, such as with the round headlights and rectangular grille. You’ll also see the brand’s emblem on the left side of the rear tailgate styled in the same way as the 80s and 90s.
The 2-door models include a segmented hardtop, while the 4-door comes with either a soft top or segmented hardtop. It’s easy to remove the pieces of the hardtop, and the soft top can also be removed. The quick releases of the aluminum doors make them easy to be taken off, while the side mirror stays put on the body. The 4-door model also allows more room to stash the doors on board.
Interior and Standard Features
The interior is a bit more simplistic, with dauntless lines and physical buttons well within reach. Then when it’s time to go off-road, you should get yourself familiar with buttons such as the differential lock and traction control, which are located on the top of the dashboard. Some models will include either the 8-inch navigation screen or the 12-inch.
Other comforts include wireless smartphone charging and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto connectivity, vinyl seats (leather on others), and a mounting bar for smartphones. Additionally, this Used Car of The Week includes an exterior rear parking camera, blind-spot monitoring, Bluetooth, heated/cooled seats, remote keyless entry, push-button start, and a remote start.
Driver’s Auto Mart
The 2021 Ford Bronco wows us with off-road capabilities and traditional styling. It also has some fun interior features that only get better with each trim. Driver’s Auto Mart is selling the Bronco’s four-wheel-drive Big Bend model for around $61,000. This hot ticket item won’t stay on the market for too long, so get it while you can!
Those who are interested in the Ford Bronco can simply view our online pre-owned inventory and chat with a representative for further assistance.