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The Ford Bronco Returns with All-New 2021 Line Up 

The Ford Bronco Returns with All-New 2021 Line Up 

There aren't many SUVs with the pedigree of the Ford Bronco. Arriving in 1965, the model enjoyed over thirty years of success before being retired in 1996, replaced by the Expedition line.

 

But now the legendary Bronco is back, with an all-new line up announced for delivery later in 2020. What does it bring to the crowded SUV market? Read our new Ford Bronco review to find out.

 

New Bronco Trims 

 

Ford Bronco 2021 trims

 

Although the original Bronco was strictly a two-door model, the new range includes a mid-size four-door option, a smaller sport variation, and an old-school two-door design with strong retro chic.

 

All models will be 4x4 as standard, while the removable doors and roof panels set the Bronco up against the Jeep Wrangler as an off-roader to contend with.

 

Powertrain and Performance 

 

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The underlying engineering of the Bronco is based around the successful Ranger line, and as standard offers the same 2.3L EcoBoost turbo engine delivering 270 horsepower and 310lb-ft of torque via a ten-speed automatic transmission. It's thought that a V6 of up to 3.5L will also be available, potentially with a seven-speed manual transmission, while Ford have also confirmed a hybrid configuration is in the pipeline.

 

But even at the entry-level, the performance is more than a match for tough off-road conditions, especially when married to Ford's exclusive new terrain management system.

 

Infotainment 

 

Ford Bronco 2021 Logo

The Bronco name might be an old one, but there's nothing antique about the interior tech. Borrowing heavily from the F-150 pickup range, the Bronco is set to be released with a 12" touchscreen, along with safety features including a 360° birds eye camera system.

 

Pricing for the Ford Bronco in Canada 

 

Canadian pricing is yet to be confirmed, but with the range thought to start at around US$30,000, the Bronco looks to be an attractive deal for committed off-road enthusiasts.

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