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Staff Builds: Outer Banks

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All this week, we’ll be bringing you our builds for each trim of the 2021 Ford Bronco. @david in the forums and @dwrock, your friendly Bronco Nation support and fulfillment associate, will each bring a build to the table with a different theme. We aren’t experts and this isn’t a list of recommendations, it’s just a couple Bronco fans dreaming up some rigs. 

Staff Builds: Black Diamond

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All this week, we’ll be bringing you our builds for each trim of the 2021 Ford Bronco. @david in the forums and @dwrock, your friendly Bronco Nation support and fulfillment associate, will each bring a build to the table with a different theme. We aren’t experts and this isn’t a list of recommendations, it’s just a couple Bronco fans dreaming up some rigs. 

Staff Builds: Big Bend

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All this week, we’ll be bringing you our builds for each trim of the 2021 Ford Bronco. @david in the forums and @dwrock, your friendly Bronco Nation support and fulfillment associate, will each bring a build to the table with a different theme. We aren’t experts and this isn’t a list of recommendations, it’s just a couple Bronco fans dreaming up some rigs. 

Staff Builds: Base

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All this week, we’ll be bringing you our builds for each trim of the 2021 Ford Bronco. @david in the forums and @dwrock, your friendly Bronco Nation support and fulfillment associate, will each bring a build to the table with a different theme. We aren’t experts and this isn’t a list of recommendations, it’s just a couple Bronco fans dreaming up some rigs.

Bronco Profile: Wildtrak

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The Wildtrak, starting at $46,980, is the desert runner Bronco built with an emphasis on speed. Though fully capable as an all-around off-road vehicle, it excels in conditions like you might find in the Baja 1000. Most of what you get in the Outer Banks, you get here too, plus a load of extras.

Bronco Profile: Badlands

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Starting at $42,095, the Badlands trim level is the most capable off-road compared to every other trim level. Featuring 33 inch tires, Bilstein position sensitive monotube shocks, a stabilizer bar disconnect, and front and rear locking differentials, the standard package alone puts Badlands well ahead of the competition. 

Bronco Profile: Outer Banks

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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.

Bronco Profile: Black Diamond

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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.

Bronco Profile: Big Bend

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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.

Bronco Profile: Base

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At $28,500 the full-size Bronco Base trim level is the most affordable. While it lacks a few features that come standard in more expensive trim levels, it features many impressive best-in-class (and a few class-exclusive) features.