2021 Ford Bronco Sport

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The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport is the junior member of Ford’s new Bronco sub-brand. Riding on a unibody, front-wheel-drive-based platform shared with the 2021 Ford Escape but offering standard all-wheel drive, the Bronco Sport acts as a middle ground for those who want a more rugged, capable SUV but aren’t in the market for something as rough-and-tumble as the full-size Bronco. Ford offers the Bronco Sport in variants ranging from mild to wild, with the Badlands model offering the most capability thanks to its advanced, trail-friendly all-wheel drive system and gnarly Falken Wildpeak tires. The interior gets unique, more rugged styling and all of the convenience features found elsewhere in Ford’s lineup, including Sync 4 infotainment and connectivity.

The Bronco Sport is a brand new entry for the 2021 model year.

The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport is offered in five trim levels: Base, Big Bend, Outer Banks, Badlands and First Edition. All-wheel drive is standard on the Base, and the Big Bend gets some additional equipment. The Outer Banks trim focuses on style and comfort, with its unique wheels and leather-trimmed interior. The Badlands model is the most capable, offering the most advanced all-wheel drive system, the most ground clearance of any Bronco Sport model, and aggressive off-road tires. The First Edition was a “tick all the boxes” offering made available exclusively for early reservations and will be unlikely to appear on dealer lots. This slot will probably be filled by new special-edition packages in future model years.

Standard on the Base, Big Bend and Outer Banks trim levels is a 1.5-liter turbocharged inline-three that produces 181 horsepower and 190 pound-feet of torque The Badlands and First Edition get a 2.0-liter turbo inline-four good for 245 hp and 275 lb-ft, which is a lot for a compact crossover. An eight-speed automatic transmission is standard, and every Bronco Sport comes standard with all-wheel drive. The Badlands and First Edition get an advanced system with a twin-clutch, torque-vectoring rear axle with a locking differential. Like its big Bronco brother, the Bronco Sport offers a standard G.O.A.T. drive mode selection system with Normal, Eco, Sport and Slippery and Sand modes, while the Badlands and First Edition gain additional Mud/Ruts and Rock Crawl modes.

You can use the rest of this page to find more in-depth information about the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport, including features, specs and where to find a good deal near you.



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The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport is the junior member of Ford’s new Bronco sub-brand. Riding on a unibody, front-wheel-drive-based platform shared with the 2021 Ford Escape but offering standard all-wheel drive, the Bronco Sport acts as a middle ground for those who want a more rugged, capable SUV but aren’t in the market for something as rough-and-tumble as the full-size Bronco. Ford offers the Bronco Sport in variants ranging from mild to wild, with the Badlands model offering the most capability thanks to its advanced, trail-friendly all-wheel drive system and gnarly Falken Wildpeak tires. The interior gets unique, more rugged styling and all of the convenience features found elsewhere in Ford’s lineup, including Sync 4 infotainment and connectivity.

The Bronco Sport is a brand new entry for the 2021 model year.

The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport is offered in five trim levels: Base, Big Bend, Outer Banks, Badlands and First Edition. All-wheel drive is standard on the Base, and the Big Bend gets some additional equipment. The Outer Banks trim focuses on style and comfort, with its unique wheels and leather-trimmed interior. The Badlands model is the most capable, offering the most advanced all-wheel drive system, the most ground clearance of any Bronco Sport model, and aggressive off-road tires. The First Edition was a “tick all the boxes” offering made available exclusively for early reservations and will be unlikely to appear on dealer lots. This slot will probably be filled by new special-edition packages in future model years.

Standard on the Base, Big Bend and Outer Banks trim levels is a 1.5-liter turbocharged inline-three that produces 181 horsepower and 190 pound-feet of torque The Badlands and First Edition get a 2.0-liter turbo inline-four good for 245 hp and 275 lb-ft, which is a lot for a compact crossover. An eight-speed automatic transmission is standard, and every Bronco Sport comes standard with all-wheel drive. The Badlands and First Edition get an advanced system with a twin-clutch, torque-vectoring rear axle with a locking differential. Like its big Bronco brother, the Bronco Sport offers a standard G.O.A.T. drive mode selection system with Normal, Eco, Sport and Slippery and Sand modes, while the Badlands and First Edition gain additional Mud/Ruts and Rock Crawl modes.

You can use the rest of this page to find more in-depth information about the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport, including features, specs and where to find a good deal near you.



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Retail Price

$26,660 - $38,160 MSRP / Window Sticker Price

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Engine 1.5L I-3
MPG City / Hwy
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission 8-spd auto w/OD
Power 181 @ 6000 rpm
Drivetrain four-wheel
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