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2021 Ford Bronco by the trims

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Pre-production 2021 two-door Bronco Black Diamond series in Cyber Orange Metallic Tri-Coat with available Sasquatch off-road package. (Image courtesy of Ford Motor Co.)

If you haven’t completely burnt out on all things Ford Bronco, we figured you might be interested in a trim breakdown, showing what each model looks like. 

For 2021 Ford is starting with seven trims – including the First Edition, which is already fully reserved and will go away for 2022. Since the Jeep Wrangler has 13 trim levels, we expect Bronco to expand its lineup as the vehicle matures. 

One thing to note about the trim progression is it’s not an entirely straight line of added content. After the Big Bend model, you splinter into three tiers: Black Diamond (active lifestyle) Outer Banks/Wildcat (more refinement) and Badlands/First Edition (ultimate off-road capability). 

All pricing is listed 2-door/4-door (with the $1,495 destination fee), and the specific details include: 

2021 Ford Bronco Base (Image Source: Ford.com)

Base ($29,995/$34,695)

Designed for customers who want a no-frills 4X4 SUV or for those looking to customize their very own vehicle for rugged off-road adventure.

Standard equipment: Includes 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine, 7-speed manual transmission with gear crawler, 4X4 with part-time selectable engagement, removable doors and roof, terrain management system with five G.O.A.T modes, 16-inch silver painted steel wheels, 30-inch P255/70R16 all-season tires, SYNC 4 with an 8-inch touch screen, carpeted flooring, cloth seats.

2021 Ford Bronco Big Bend

2021 Ford Bronco Big Bend (Image Source: Ford.com)

Big Bend ($34,880/$37,375)

For customers looking for off-road capability with greater comfort, technology and convenience.

Standard equipment: Adds terrain management with six G.O.A.T. modes, 17-inch carbonized gray-painted aluminum wheels, 32-inch P255/75R17 all0terrain tires, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, LED fog lamps, carbonized gray grille, privacy glass.

2021 Ford Bronco Black Diamond

2021 Ford Bronco Black Diamond (Image source: Ford.com)

Black Diamond ($36,545/$38,995)

Next-level outdoor adventure adds heavy-duty off-road hardware and marine-grade washout interior.

Standard equipment: Adds heavy-duty modular front bumper, powder-coated steel rear bumper, rock rails and heavy-duty bash plates, terrain management with seven G.O.A.T. modes, 17-inch black-painted steel wheels, 32-inch LT265/70R17 all0terrain tires, auxiliary switches in overhead console, marine-grade vinyl-trimmed seats and rubberized washout flooring.

2021 Ford Bronco Outer Banks

2021 Ford Bronco Outer Banks (Image Source: Ford.com)

Outer Banks ($40,450/$42,945)

For customers who prefer style and technology on-road and off.

Standard equipment: Includes Big Bend content and adds 18-inch black-painted machine-face aluminum wheels; 32-inch P255/70R18 all-terrain tires; signature LED headlamps and taillamps; body-color exterior door handles, mirror caps and fender flares; powder-coated tube steps; cloth heated front seats; Mid Package.

2021 Ford Bronco Wildtrak

2021 Ford Bronco Wildtrak (Image Source: Ford.com)

Wildtrak ($43,590/$46,085)

The all-out-desert runner, this model is equipped with the Sasquatch Package, 35-inch tires and seven G.O.A.T. modes including Baja.

Standard equipment: Includes Outer Banks content and adds 2.7-liter EcoBoost engine, 10-speed automatic transmission with Trail Control, advanced 4X4 with automatic on-demand engagement, Sasquatch Package, terrain management with seven G.O.A.T. modes – including Baja, modular shadow black-painted hard top, Wildtrak hood graphic.

2021 Ford Bronco Badlands

2021 Ford Bronco Badlands (Image Source: Ford.com)

Badlands ($50,370/$52,865)

Designed for the ultimate in off-road capability, this model comes with its own unique heavy-duty suspension that includes a front stabilizer bar disconnect. 

Standard equipment: Includes Big Bend Content and adds terrain management with seven G.O.A.T. modes – including Rock Crawl and Baja, 17-inch carbonized gray-painted machined face aluminum wheels, 33-inch LT285/70R17 all-terrain tires, unique Badlands suspension with front stabilizer bar disconnect, heavy-duty modular front bumper, powder-coated steel rear bumper, auxiliary switches in overhead console, marine-grade vinyl-trimmed seats and rubberized washout flooring.

2021 Ford Bronco First Edition

2021 Ford Bronco First Edition (Image Source: Ford.com)

First Edition ($60,800/$64,995)

This model debuts with Badlands mechanicals, Outer Banks interior appointments and rugged Wildtrak exterior features. Only 3,500 are slated to be built.

Standard equipment: Everything including the kitchen sink. Built off the Badlands, this model adds the Lux Package, Sasquatch Package, First Edition hood and bodyside graphics, modular shadow black-painted hard top, safari bar, carpeted flooring, unique interior, leather-trimmed seats with heated front seats and 10-way power driver’s seat.

The bottom line

The Ford Bronco seems to check a lot of interesting off-road boxes – including easy-to-remove top and doors as well as a basically waterproofed interior, complete with floor drains, on certain models. The removable bumpers is also huge. 

But if you’re looking to make more of a lifestyle statement rather than dig into the capability, Ford has you covered there as well with heated front seats and cool technology. 

We can’t wait to see this vehicle in the flesh, and we’re excited to see what the 2022 model year brings in terms of specialty trim additions.

By the way, if you’re looking to compare Bronco pricing to Wrangler, check out our pricing comparo.

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Jill Ciminillo

Jill Ciminillo is the Managing Editor for Pickup Truck + SUV Talk as well as a Chicago-based automotive writer, YouTube personality and podcast host, with her articles and videos appearing in outlets throughout the U.S. Additionally, she co-hosts a weekly radio show on car stuff for a local Chicago station. Previously, Jill has been the automotive editor for both newspaper and broadcast media conglomerates. She is also a past president for the Midwest Automotive Media Association and has the distinction of being the first female president for that organization. Jill is also currently a juror for the North American Car, Utility and Truck of the Year (NACTOY).

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