2021 Bronco

Adventure

Built Wild Capability

The all-new 2021 Ford Bronco is loaded with class-leading* off-road features and brings durability and capability to the great outdoors. Bronco hits the trails with unique off-road geometry that gets you over and through whatever nature throws in your way. There’s also the standard High-Performance Off-Road Stability Suspension (HOSS) System, hero switches to help you control your off-roading adventures, and available front stabilizer bar disconnect for improved articulation over larger obstacles. And for optimal crawling capability, Bronco has available front and rear locking differentials.
*Class is Medium Traditional Utility.
When properly equipped. Max towing varies based on cargo, vehicle configuration, accessories and number of passengers.
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A 2021 Ford® Bronco four-door in Antimatter Blue parked on a hilltop

Off-Road Geometry

Bronco was meticulously engineered, designed and built to help outdoor enthusiasts create adventures in even the most remote corners of the world. We’ll start with its impressive ability to get you over, around or through almost anything that nature puts in your way.
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2021 Ford® Bronco driving down a rocky decline

Bronco Underbody Protection

Bronco offers strategically placed steel bash plates to protect critical hardware. An available upgraded steel front bash plate, engine/transmission and transfer case shields and fuel tank bash plate are added to higher-capability models. For those taking on the roughest rocky terrain, Bronco’s available side rock rails are strong enough to support the weight of each side of the vehicle. Bash plates are standard on Black Diamond, Badlands and First Edition. Fuel tank shields are standard on all 2-door models.
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2021 Ford® Bronco underbody image with protection points being shown

Standard HOSS

Bilstein position sensitive damper with end-stop control values

Advanced HOSS with Heavy-Duty BILSTEIN Position Sensitive Dampers with End-Stop Control Valves

These available shocks have internal hydraulic end stop control valves that give them position-sensitive damping. This allows for less damping control over small road inputs for floating over rough road and more damping control at the ends of travel for soaking up large bumps. Available on any trim upfitted with the Sasquatch Package, and standard on Badlands, Wildtrak, and First Edition.
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Off-Road Hero Switches

Depending on trim or options, just a push of a button engages the available front locking differential, the available rear locking differential, available sway-bar disconnect or the available Trail Turn Assist.
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Available off-road hero switches in the interior of the 2021 Ford® Bronco

Electronic Front and Rear Locking Differential

For additional control in uneven, rugged and slippery terrain, locking differentials allow both wheels on an axle to rotate at the same speed and evenly apply the same power. This is an important feature when traversing rugged, uneven off-road terrain. The Ford Bronco features a Dana 44 AdvanTEK® solid rear axle and Dana AdvanTEK independent front differential unit (standard/non-locking). The available locking differentials are Spicer® Performa-TraK.
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2021 Ford® Bronco Badlands™ being driven on extreme off-road terrain

Front Stabilizer Bar Disconnect

For extreme rock crawling, you want your front tires to be able to move up and down independently from one another. The available stabilizer bar disconnect feature helps them do just that. So for you to move freely over wild uneven terrain, the system (when engaged in Rock-Crawl Mode or manually), disconnects over uneven terrain – providing maximum articulation. The system offers a unique-to-the-class design*  and has instantaneous disconnect function regardless of articulation. The Bar can also be reconnected automatically when speeds exceed 20 mph. Standard on Badlands and First Edition, not available on Wildtrak.

*Class is Medium Traditional Utility.

Professional driver on closed course. Always consult the owner’s manual before off-road driving, know your terrain and trail difficulty, and use appropriate safety gear.
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Removal of doors for off-road use only.