New Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport SUV

Meet the 2021 Ford Bronco and Ford Bronco Sport

Transforming the world of off-road exploration and rugged style, the 2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport are the competition are run for their money. These two SUVs are both involved in redefining the way that we look at all-terrain private passenger vehicles. Yet, both models feature their own unique elements that set them apart. Though either one of these options is great for buyers who love to take their adventures off the pavement, they do feature some inherent differences. Due to come out late in 2020, buyers are on the edge of their seats awaiting a look at these eccentric vehicles that have made their own path in the auto industry.

Differences Between the 2021 Ford Bronco and Ford Bronco Sport

Design Elements

Some things that matter the most cannot be seen with the naked eye. This is the case with the biggest differences between the 2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport. The new Ford Bronco features a body-on-frame configuration that is like that of a truck. It incorporates an engine that is mounted longitudinally, modeling that of its Ford Ranger sibling. In contrast, the Ford Bronco Sport uses a body-on-chassis configuration like that of the Ford Escape. It is accompanied by a transverse engine, which is usually considered to be a car-based SUV setup.

The Bronco itself engages with a more competent off-road style through the utilization of its front suspension that relies on a control arm and device for its rollbar disconnect. The Bronco Sport offers a more comfortable ride with its independent front suspension a specially designed rear multilink suspension.

Feature Comparison

Known as the "Baby Bronco," the Ford Bronco Sport sports smaller dimensions than its Ford Bronco relative. It is 105-inch wheelbase falls somewhere in between the Ford Broncos two-door and four-door model measurements of 100 inches and 116 inches. Yet, in terms of the features each of these vehicles exhibits, this is where buyers can expect these two vehicles to merge into similar areas. Each of these can be equipped with Ford's signature aftermarket materials package options to better equip them for specific adventures, which include hiking, camping, Canfield area biking, and off-roading.

Technology Differences

Featuring their signature vintage look, the 2021 Ford Bronco and Ford Bronco sport offer a blast back to the past with modern amenities that draw attention. Some of these are rooted in the technology facets of these two models. The larger Bronco boasts a more contemporary design in contract to its Bronco Sport twin.

Its dashboard-integrated touchscreen and switchgear styling propel the look of the Bronco into the future. Comparatively, the interior of the Bronco Sport mimics the look and feel of other standard SUVs. A center console layout that is more traditional and hidden storage bins allow this SUV to blend in a bit more with competitors than the 2021 Ford Bronco would.

New Era Enhancements

The innate facets of both these vehicles determine the difference in MSRP that buyers will see. Not surprisingly, the smaller 2021 Ford Bronco Sport starts at a slightly lower in price than the 2021 Ford Bronco. It is the elements that each incorporates that will help buyers make their ultimate purchase decision.

Reserve Your New Ford Bronco or Bronco Sport In Youngstown

Despite the variances in the 2021 Ford Bronco and Ford Bronco Sport, these nostalgic models draw consumers in to Fred Martin Ford because of their vintage appeal and all-new look. Contact our sales team today to reserve your new Bronco or Bronco Sport in the Warren, OH area.

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    4701 Mahoning Ave
    Youngstown, OH 44515

    • Sales: 330-793-2444
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