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2021 Ford Bronco

The Bronco is back and bigger than ever with three new models that make up an entirely new off-road brand within the Ford lineup. Available in a two-door or four-door model, both Bronco styles will come with four-wheel-drive standard and will be powered by two engine options: a 2.7L EcoBoost V6 with 310 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque or a 2.3L EcoBoost with 270 hp and 310 lb-ft of torque. 

It will also be available with a seven-speed manual transmission, a ten-speed automatic, and a whole array of off-road-specific features and options that are sure to make their rivals at Jeep incredibly nervous. These features include Dana AdvanTEK axles, available Spicer Performa-TraK electronic locking differentials, and a Bronco-exclusive Terrain Management System with several driving modes design to tackle any terrain. 

Every Bronco is built with a modular door system for open-air driving and come in both hardtop and soft top models. The interior has washable rubberized floors with integrated drains, marine-grade vinyl seating surfaces that are mildew-resistant, and the instrument panel surfaces are wipeable for easy cleaning. As for tech, the Bronco features a 12-inch SYNC 4 infotainment system that features access to more than 1,000 curated trail maps. 

The full-size Broncos will also be joined by a smaller sibling called the Bronco Sport. The compact four-door SUV will have also have a 4x4 system standard and is powered by a 245 hp 2.0L EcoBoost engine or a 181 hp 1.5L EcoBoost with a twin-clutch rear-drive unit with a differential lock feature. 

From $29,995,

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