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With more than 200 factory-backed accessories available at launch, this 2021 Bronco two-door prototype shows how owners can personalize their SUV to get more out of their outdoor experiences. (Image courtesy of Ford Motor Co.)

Last night at the reveal, Ford Motor Co. didn’t make any grand announcements about pricing for the 2021 Bronco. Instead, they stealthfully hid the information behind the reservation button on the consumer website.

So, even if you don’t want a reservation, you can click on “Reserve Now” and get the full pricing lineup as well as photos of what each trim looks like.

Rather than making you click that button, here’s what you need to know:

Base$29,995 $34,695
Big Bend$34,880 $37,375
Black Diamond$36,545 $38,955
Outer Banks$40,450 $42,945
Badlands$43,590 $46,085
Wildtrak$50,370 $52,865
First Edition$60,800 $64,995
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The four-door 2021 Ford Bronco will have available removable modular roof sections – left and right front panels, a full-width center panel and a rear section. Roof panels on both two- and four-door models can be easily removed by unlocking the latches from the interior to provide the largest overall open-top view in its class to take in the sunshine or to gaze at the stars at night. (Image courtesy of Ford Motor Co.)

So, the price for the Bronco goes significantly higher than we anticipated when we said “just north of $40K” for the Wildtrak trim. Interestingly, however, it’s right in line with the top-tier pricing for the high-end Jeep Wrangler High Altitude.

Because Wrangler has been around longer, there are total of 13 levels, and the pricing increases incrementally as you move through the trims. Because we didn’t want to make you look up that pricing either, here’s the full pricing for the entire Jeep Wrangler lineup:

Willys Sport$31,490$34,990
Sport S$33,235$36,490
Black and Tan$34,685$38,185
Sport Altituden/a$38,185
Willys $35,485 $38,985
Sahara Altituden/a$43,435
North Editionn/a$46,955
Rubicon Recon$44,945$48,445
High Altituden/a$51,490

As you can see, the base price for the Wrangler Sport and Bronco base are within a couple hundred dollars of each other. The top tier four-door Wildtrak, however, is $1,375 more expensive than the High Altitude. 

The First Edition model (which has already been fully reserved, by the way) is an outlier because there will only be a limited production and it basically includes the kitchen sink.

Bronco will also be available with four package options, and the big question mark here will be pricing for those. But here’s what we know about what the packages include and what trims they’ll be available on:

Mid: Two-door intelligent access with lock and unlock functionality, 110V/150W AC power outlet, ambient footwell lighting, auto-dimming rearview mirror, dual-zone electronic automatic climate control, heated front seats, illuminated visor mirrors, remote start system, reverse sensing system, subscription navigation with three month trial, SYNC 4, Ford Co-Pilot360 including pre-collision assist with automatic emergency braking, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, lane keep assist, auto high beams and a rearview camera with back up assist grid lines. Included on Outer Banks, Wildtrak, First Edition. Available on Big Bend, Black Diamond, Badlands.

High: Mid Package content plus 12-inch center stack touchscreen, 360-degree camera, additional sound deadening forward sensing system, sideview mirror LED approach lamps d spotlight. Included on First Edition. Available on Outer Banks, Badlands, Wildtrak.

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Instrument panel-mounted hero switches, an easy reach for the driver, feature seamless rubber touchpoints to protect against dirt and water and are easily washable in this prototype version of the 2021 Bronco. (Image courtesy of Ford Motor Co.)

Lux: High Package content plus adaptive cruise control, 10-speaker B&O sound system, evasive steering assist, heated steering wheel, universal garage door opener, two additional front row USB smart charging ports, voice activated touchscreen navigation system, wireless charging. Included on First Edition. Available on Outer Banks, Badlands, Wildtrak.

Sasquatch: 17-inch black-painted aluminum beadlock-capable wheels with 35-inch LT315/70R17 BSW mud-terrain tires, electronic-locking front and rear axles, 4.7:1 final drive ratio, high-clearance suspension, position sensitive Bilstein shock absorbers and high-clearance fender flares. Included on Wildtrak, First Edition. Available on Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, Badlands.

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Pre-production versions of the 2021 Bronco, shown here, include Bronco two-door in Cyber Orange Metallic Tri-Coat and Bronco four-door in Cactus Gray. (Image courtesy of Ford Motor Co.)

The bottom line:

There’s still a lot we don’t know about the new Ford Bronco — including the pricing. While we have the bare bones price structure, we’ll be looking for the package and option pricing as soon as we can get access to build one out.

But at the end of the day, Ford kept pricing fairly close to the Jeep Wrangler, and that was most definitely on purpose.

We’re looking at every aspect of the 2021 Ford Bronco, so be sure to check out our Bronco landing page to catch all our stories, photo galleries and videos. 

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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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