2021 Ford Bronco Rifle CO

2021 Ford Bronco at Columbine Ford

The wait is finally over, and the all-new Bronco’s return to the wilderness is exactly what we’ve been waiting for. Every single model in the Bronco lineup far exceeded our expectations, and we’re beyond excited to dive into every feature the new Bronco has to offer. The Bronco was put to the test in Johnson Valley desert, the home of the King Hammers. From there, the Bronco competed in the Baja 1000 just to prove to you that it can handle everything the wilderness has to throw at it.

Bronco Has Got It Where It Counts

Segment-First 35-Inch Tires with Beadlock-Capable Wheels

Available on all models, these 35-inch tires provide additional traction and allow Bronco to achieve best-in-class ground clearance with a max 11.6 inches. The Beadlock-Capable Wheels allow you to air-down your tires for extreme off-roading adventure.

Electronic-locking Front and Rear Axle

When activated, the available electronic-locking front and rear differentials lock the wheels on each axle to optimize traction and improve off-road performance when the situation requires it.

Extreme Performance

Available Best-in-Class Ground Clearance

Stay clear of sharp rocks, fallen branches and other obstacles with a projected best-in-class ground clearance of 11.6 inches.

Best-in-Class Departure and Breakover

BRonco can handle the sharp drops and steep inclines of rugged off-road terrain with an available best-in-class departure angle of 37.2 degree and a 29 degree breakover angle. BRonco has an aggressive available 43.2 approach range.

Powertrain Choices for Off-Road Thrills and Confidence

Available Best-in-Class Six-Cylinder Gasoline Power

The available 2.7L EcoBoost with 4×4 is projected to produce a best-in-class 310 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque.

Available Best-in-Class Gasoline Four-Cylinder Torque

Bronco offers a standard 4 cylinder engine delivers best-in-class performance. The 2.3L EcoBoost cranks out an impressive 270 horsepower with best-in-class standard gas torque of 310 lb-ft.

Get Up Close to the Great Outdoors

The open-air experience

Just snap, push and lift away. The four-door comes standard with a soft top with the option of a modular hardtop or dual tops. Four-door models have a class-exclusive removable hardtop middle panel that provides a second-row open-air experience without removing the rear cap.

The total open-air expereince

Class-exclusive frameless doors are lightweight and easy to remove. The four-door model makes it easy to store them onboard.

An Interior Built for the Outdoors

Bronco Cockpit

The purpose-built instrument panel was inspired by the first-gen model, with gauges and control that are clearly visible and intuitive.

Off-Road Hero Switch Pack

Conveniently located for quick access, these switches make it easy to stay in control of your off-road adventure. Depending on your Bronco series, just the simple push of a button lets you engage up to six standard and available features that include stabilizer bar disconnect, front and rear differential lock, Trail Turn Assist, electronic stability control, and hazard lights.

Design Properties

From Above

Yakima LockNLoad roof rack provides plenty of room for storage for items such as an ARB jack or spare fuel.

Open air doors

Modular doors provide customers a unique way to experience Bronco’s open air capabilities.

2021 Ford Bronco Model Lineup

Base

  • Standard 4×4 system
  • Removable Doors
  • Optional 35-Inch Tires

Big Bend

  • Heated Seats
  • Remote Start
  • Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel

Black Diamond

  • G.O.A.T. Modes
  • Steel Bumpers
  • Rock Rails

Outer Banks

  • Optional 12-Inch Touchscreen
  • LED Headlamps
  • Powder-Coated Tube Steps

Badlands

  • Bilstein Monotube Shocks
  • Locking Differentials
  • Stabilizer Bar Disconnect

Wildtrak

  • Black Hardtop
  • Unique Hood Graphics
  • 2.7-L Twin-Turbocharged V6

What does the Bronco have for performance stats?

The sharp drops and rugged terrain of the trails is no match for the best-in-class departure and breakover angle of the new Ford Bronco. The Bronco has an aggressive available approach angle of 43.2-degrees, a best-in-class departure angle of 37.2-degrees, and a breakover angle of 29 degrees. The available best-in-class ground clearance of 11.6-inch helps the Bronco clear fallen brakes, sharp rocks, and other objects that might have fallen in your path. If that something in your path ahead is a stream or river, have no fear, the Bronco has an available best-in-class water fording of 33.5-inches so you can keep on trucking ahead.

What else can you tell me about the off-road prowess of the Bronco?

The Bronco features a Terrain Management System with G.O.A.T. Modes so you can traverse straight on through any terrain. The G.O.A.T. standard for Goes Over Any Type of Terrain and pay homage to the Bronco of the past. Standard drive modes include Sand, Slippery, Sport, Eco, and Normal. With the highly capable Badlands model, you also get Mud/Ruts, Rock Crawl, and Baja instead of Sport mode. Two 4×4 systems are available to the Bronco and those are 4×4 with part-time selectable engagement, which comes with three drive modes: Neutral, 4H, and 4L. The other is the Advanced 4×4 with automatic on-demand engagement. The standard engine for the Bronco is a best-in-class gasoline four-cylinder 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine that makes 270 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque. The optional engine for the lineup is a best-in-class six-cylinder 2.7-liter EcoBoost gas-powered engine that makes 310 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque. Transmission options for the Bronco include a segment-first seven-speed manual transmission and a segment-first 10-speed automatic transmission.

What can you tell me about the model lineup?

There are seven models in the 2021 Ford Bronco lineup that can all be customized and outfitted with more than 300 Ford accessories. The Essential Bronco, otherwise known as the Base comes with standard four-wheel-drive, easy-to-remove doors and roof, and can be outfitted with 35-inch tires when you upgrade to the Sasquatch Package. The Big Bend is next with creature comfort features such as a leather-wrapped steering wheel, remote start, and heated seats. Then there is the Black Diamond, Outer Banks, Badlands, Wildtrak, and the 2021 exclusive First Edition, which comes with the exterior of the Wildtrak, the interior of the Outer Banks, and the mechanics of the Badlands.

Get your 2021 Ford Bronco in Rifle, CO, today!

The books are open, and the orders for the all-new 2021 Ford Bronco are filling up! In fact, the books for the Bronco First Edition model is already full! So don’t wait around until it is too late, order your 2021 Ford Bronco from us here at Columbine Ford