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Behold the Bronco Sport!

Compact but capable, the all-new Bronco Sport is the smaller sibling in Ford’s Bronco family of 4x4 vehicles, and is sized for easy urban maneuvers, yet engineered and torture-tested to handle whatever weekend adventures you have in mind.

Arriving in dealerships late this year, a spot on the Bronco Sport reservation list can now be assured for just $100.

2021 Ford Bronco Sport Exterior


There’s no denying the legendary Bronco heritage in the Bronco Sport’s round headlamps, encapsulated grille, purposefully flat bodysides, and those short front/rear overhangs required for ultimate off-road agility. With function dictating Bronco Sport’s upright form, its safari-style roof provides class-leading front and rear headroom, while allowing a long, flat roof rail for maximum carrying length.

Wheel, tire and styling details vary among the four distinct trim levels available: Base, Big Bend™, Outer Banks™, and Badlands™, each tailored and equipped to suit differing tastes.


Don’t mistake the Bronco Sport for just another small SUV, as off-road performance is at its core. All models feature an independent front and rear suspension designed and tested to take on the toughest terrain by delivering unsurpassed ground clearance, water fording and obstacle protection.

Power comes from either a 1.5-litre or 2.0-litre EcoBoost engine, delivered through an 8-speed automatic transmission and 4-wheel drive. The Badlands model packs an even more advanced 4x4 system with a class-exclusive, twin-clutch rear-drive unit and differential lock feature, capable of sending virtually all rear axle torque to either wheel.

2021 Ford Bronco Sport Exterior
2021 Ford Bronco Sport


A Terrain Management System with up to seven driver-selectable modes helps Bronco Sport tackle any condition. Standard modes include Normal, Eco, Sport, Slippery and Sand. The Badlands model — the pinnacle of Bronco Sport off-road performance — adds Mud/Ruts and Rock Crawl modes, the latter having an electronic power steering assist system uniquely calibrated to provide more precise control and reduced steering wheel disturbance during lowspeed maneuvers over rocky terrain.

An available Trail Control technology enables low-speed vehicle-controlled throttle and braking, letting the driver focus on navigating the terrain.


Every Bronco Sport model brings the convenience of SYNC 3 with an 8-inch LCD touch screen, FordPass Connect with 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. From there, features and trim vary model-to-model. Cloth or leather seating? Both are available, as are amenities such as power seating, heated steering wheel, remote start system, and much more.

Regardless of model, the Bronco Sport is designed to accommodate a pair of mountain bikes standing up in its cargo area, a feat made simple with an available dealer-installed Yakima interior bike rack accessory.

Need more? The Bronco Sport will launch with over a hundred available factory-backed accessories, for the ultimate in personalization.
2021 Ford Bronco Sport Interior
2021 Ford Bronco Sport


The Ford Co-Pilot360™ suite of advanced driver-assist technologies is standard across the lineup, including Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking which includes Pedestrian Detection, Forward Collision Warning, Dynamic Brake Support; Blind Spot Information System with Cross-Traffic Alert; Lane-Keeping System, Auto-High Beam Headlamps and a rearview camera with washer.
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