Except you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve heard about the 2021 Ford Bronco. But just because you’ve heard of this highly-anticipated car and the different trim lines doesn’t mean that you might understand what they offer.

Many people want to purchase the new Ford Bronco, but because there are six trims, all offering a wide range of features, different prices, and more, they are confused about which one to go for. In this guide, we would lay out the Bronco trim lines in a simple structure.

1.    Bronco Base

The first model in the trim line is the Bronco Base, and it is a competent truck for all your off-roading experiences. It’s the perfect model to go for if you want to customize your Bronco thoroughly. It comes with an optional 2.7-liter EcoBoost V-6 engine and a 10-speed automatic for full power. The interior features cloth seats, carpeted flooring, and an 8-inch touchscreen. The vehicle comes standard with a four-wheel drive and electronic two-speed transfer case with a 2.72:2 low ratio.

 

 

Price: $29,995
Best For: Customizing
Standard 2.3-liter EcoBoost inline engine.
Standard 7-speed manual transmission.
Five G.O.A.T modes.
You can choose one of seven colors.
16-inch silver-painted steelies in 255/70 all-season tires

2.    Bronco Big Bend

The Bronco Big Bend is one step up from the Base model, and so it offers a bit more luxury and style. It features a carbonized grey grille, which matches the design of the fog lamps and the wheels. It also has an optional 2.7-liter EcoBoost and 10-speed transmission like the Base model. You have privacy glass, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a shifter in the interior, along with the cloth seats.

 

 

Price: $34,480
Best For: Lovers of Bulky Vehicles
Standard 2.3-liter EcoBoost inline engine.
Standard 7-speed manual transmission.
Six G.O.A.T modes.
You can choose one of ten colors.
17-inch grey-painted aluminum wheels in 255/75 all-terrain rubber

 

3.    Bronco Black Diamond

The Bronco Black Diamond model offers heavy-duty features that differentiate it from the previous two trims. This hardware includes a powder-coated steel rear bumper with bash plates and rock rails for the roughest terrains. It also has a strong front bumper. The interior is different from the previous models, with overhead auxiliary switches and vinyl seats with rubber floors. It also has the optional 2.7-liter EcoBoost and 10-speed automatic.

 

 

Price: $37,545
Best for: Heavy-Duty Off-roading
Standard 2.3-liter EcoBoost inline engine.
Standard 7-speed manual transmission.
Seven G.O.A.T modes.
You can choose one of eleven colors.
17-inch black-painted steel wheels in 265/70 all-terrain rubber.

 

4.    Bronco Outer Banks

The Bronco Outer Banks is the luxury-focused trim in the 2021 Ford Bronco, with heated front row bucket seats, L.E.D. Lighting and a Mid package. With the Mid package, you get a remote start, dual-zone climate control and features from the Co-Pilot360. It also includes an optional 12-inch touchscreen, which adds more elegance to the interior. You can easily recognize the car by the mirrors, powder-coated tube steps, door handles, and fender flares, all featuring the car’s body color.

 

 

Price: $40,450
Best for: Luxury Vehicles
Standard 2.7-liter EcoBoost inline engine.
Standard 10-speed automatic transmission.
Six G.O.A.T modes
You can choose one of eleven colors.
18-inch wheels in 255/70 all-terrain tires.

 

5.    Bronco Wildtrack

For desert off-roading, you would do great with the Bronco Wildtrack. It comes with the Mid package and the Sasquatch, known for its off-road features like locking front and rear axles, fender flares, high-clearance suspension, Bilstein dampers, etc. It also features advanced 4WD with a 3.06:1 low ratio and on-demand 4H engagement. You get heated cloth seats with carpets, but you can decide to go for leather seats. You will also see the black hardtop and hood graphics specific to the Wildtrack.

 

 

Price: $50,370
Best for: Desert Driving
Standard 2.7-liter EcoBoost inline engine.
Standard 10 speed is automatic.
Seven G.O.A.T modes.
You can choose one of eleven colors.
35-inch mud-terrain tires.

 

6.    Bronco Badlands

The Bronco Badlands has an exclusive suspension featuring a hydraulic front sway-bar disconnect. It features Rock Crawl as one of its G.O.A.T modes, which makes it ideal for all kinds of off-roading. You would see the vinyl seats, up-fitter switches, and washable floors; It also includes a heavy-duty front and steel rear bumper.

 

 

Price: $43,590
Best for: Cost-Efficient Off-roading
Standard 2.3-liter EcoBoost inline engine.
Standard 7-speed manual transmission.
Eight G.O.A.T modes.
You can choose one of eleven colors.
17-inch grey painted machine-face aluminum wheels with 33-inch all-terrain tires.

 

7.    Bronco First Edition

Then finally, there is the Bronco First Edition, a limited-edition part of the trim line, and it’s already sold out as only 3500 models were built. The cars come with every standard feature in the Badlands model, Sasquatch package, and the Lux package. It is differentiated by the black hardtop, leather interior, hood and side graphics, and safari bar.

 

 

Price: $60,800
Best for: Unique Bronco
Standard 2.7-litre V-6 engine.
Standard 10 speed automatic transmission
Five G.O.A.T modes
You can choose one of three colors.

 

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