Meet the 2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport
It's back! Off-road enthusiasts have reason to rejoice. Ford's iconic nameplate has been resurrected and is more capable than ever. From the rugged looks and trail-crushing specs of the Bronco, to the more refined but still adventurous Bronco Sport, the possibilities are endless. No matter what model or trim you choose, we're sure you'll take the less beaten path. 

How Can You Buy a Ford Bronco?
Reserve now to secure your Bronco or Bronco Sport with only a $100 deposit, which is refundable if you change your mind. Beginning in December 2020, you will be able to convert your Bronco reservation to an order with Darling's Ford. For reservations, visit https://www.ford.com/bronco/. The Bronco Sport is scheduled to begin deliveries in late 2020, and can be reserved here.

When Can You Buy a Ford Bronco?
In early 2021, Darling's Ford will be able to provide an approximate date for the delivery of your Bronco. The first Bronco 2- and 4-door deliveries are estimated to begin in June 2021. Bronco Sport deliveries are estimated to begin in late 2020.

Meet the Models
With two distinct models, a wide variety of trims, and a virtually endless amount of options, choosing a Bronco or Bronco Sport can be quite a task - but that's part of the fun. We'll break down what you need to know to pick the perfect vehicle.
 
The 2021 Bronco
 

The legendary Bronco was built for rough terrain and is back for a new generation. With every model boasting a robust 4x4 system and easily removable doors and roof. 2-door versions seat 4 and feature a removable hardtop roof. 4-door versions seat 5 and come with a removable soft-top roof.

Trims

Base - This no-frills trim features the essentials. There's a full line of factory accessories that make it perfect for customization.

Big Bend - For some comfort features, step up to this trim. It adds optional heated seats, leather wrapped steering wheel, remote start, and aluminum wheels.

Black Diamond - This trim is a little more serious about off-roading. It features a standard rear locking differential, steel bumpers, rugged skid plates, seven off-road modes, and easily washable interior with vinyl seat trim.

Outer Banks - This trim is a step up in style. It rides on stylish 18-inch high gloss black painted alloys, and features signature LED headlamps, and body-colored fender flares. It's also tech-friendly with optional 12-inch LCD touchscreen and B&O Sound System.

Badlands - Simply put, this trim isn't messing around and is the most off-road capable Bronco offered. It boasts Bilstein monotube shocks, stabilizer bar disconnect, and both front and rear locking differentials. You can choose 35- and 33-inch mud knobbies, because you're going to need them where you're going.

Wildtrak - If you have a need for speed while you kick up dust, this is your trim since it boasts a standard 3.7L twin-turbo V6. The exterior features a mean-looking black-painted hardtop, black grille and wheels, and exclusive hood graphics.

 
The 2021 Bronco Sport
 

While the Bronco Sport is a little more reserved than its big brother, it's still made for adventure. With standard seating for a family of 5, it's as comfortable on the highway as it is down on the camp roads or mountain paths. 

Trims

Base - This trim is anything but basic, featuring standard 4x4 with automatic transmission, a safari-style roof, and Terrain Management System with five distinct G.O.A.T. (Go Over Any Terrain) modes. 

Big Bend - Geared towards outdoor adventure, this trim adds rear flood lights, a SecuriCode entry keypad, and zipper pockets with a MOLLE strap system. For easy cleanup, it also offers a rubberized cargo floor and rugged cloth interior.

Outer Banks - This trims offers even classier touches like 18" machined aluminum wheels that are painted black, as well as a Shadow Black roof and bold black grille. The comfortable interior is decked out in leather trim.

Badlands - This is the ultimate off-roading Bronco Sport trim. It features metal bash plates, upgraded off-road tires, as well as seven G.O.A.T. modes. Buckle up for a bumpy ride.
FAQ

How much is the Bronco?
Models start at only $28,500 MSRP.

How much is the Bronco Sport?
The Base trim starts at only $26,600 MSRP.

How can I test drive?
The first deliveries for reserved Broncos are scheduled to begin mid-2021. We're hopeful we will be able to offer test drives from our lot not long after.

Are all trims equipped with 4WD?
Yes, every Bronco and Bronco Sport trim have 4WD included. They're Broncos!

Can I get a manual transmission?
Yes! Ford listened to enthusiasts' demands and is offering its new 7-speed manual transmission on the 2021 Bronco Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, and Badlands trims. The 10-speed automatic transmission is an available option.

What are G.O.A.T. modes?
Equipped on most Bronco and Bronco Sport models, it stands for "Goes Over Any Type of Terrain," and it makes good on that promise. It's an electronic Terrain Management System that intelligently controls chassis and powertrain functions in real time. That's a fancy way of saying the vehicle adjusts itself to drive best in a wide variety of conditions and situations.
 
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