Yesterday we made a home for all the How-To content that we have coming for Bronco. You’ll find it in the Bronco Nation Essentials category on the forum frontpage. We wanted to have a single place where the Nation can find out how to get the most out of their Bronco and this new forum is that place.
For adventuerers who prioritize comfort, the Outer Banks ($38,955) offers a more luxurious driving experience. This Bronco’s starting equipment package—Mid—includes all of the Big Bend’s standard features with a long list of additions. Some highlights: heated seats, dual-zone climate control, and Ford Co-Pilot360.
Starting at $36,050, the Black Diamond trim level takes Big Bend’s standard features and adds some heavy-duty hardware. Drivers who reserve this model will appreciate greater protection from a stronger modular front bumper—upgrade it with an optional winch, lighting configurations, and more.
This Thursday and Friday, Ford will be hosting a two-day live broadcast event in the place of the canceled SEMA Show. The event will be called Ford Auto Nights, SEMA Show Special. While the news won’t be confined to the 2021 Ford Bronco, there will be some fun Bronco news mostly in the form of some new concept vehicles. While the Bronco community eagerly awaits more information on converting Bronco reservations to orders, we will get another look at the customization potential of the 2021 Ford Bronco.
Jon Melton is the creative and mechanical mind behind the Nashville Early Bronco YouTube channel. A dedicated Bronco fan for much of his life, Jon has become a staple of the Bronco community with his helpful YouTube videos, friendly style, and creative eye. We met him at Bronco Super Celebration and, like many of you, have loved following both his channel and the ups and downs of his Bronco restoration projects.
The Big Bend is a step up from the Base Bronco with a $33,385 starting price tag. Everything we listed in our Base Profile comes standard in the Big Bend, but this trim level’s most impressive upgrade is its 17” wheels with 32-inch P255/75R17 all-terrain tires. LED fog lamps are another useful improvement for anyone thinking about nighttime expeditions.
Badlands and First Edition outclass the competition and offer the very best Bronco Sport can. Both trim levels represent the pinnacle of off-road performance, and come complete with everything an outdoor adventurer could want
Ford designed each Bronco trim level to give passionate adventurers a variety of options, to build a go-anywhere vehicle perfect for their unique outdoor interests. Both Big Bend and Outer Banks options offer some valuable upgrades over the Base model.