Reasons Why You Should Want the 2021 Ford Bronco

August 4th, 2020 by

New 2021 Ford Bronco

Pre-Order Yours from Your Oklahoma City Ford Dealership

We’ve been drooling over Ford’s latest addition to the medium traditional utility category for years, and we’re happy to say the Bronco is coming back! Ford discontinued this all-terrain beast back in 1996, replacing it with the Ford Expedition (which will be in production in 2021, too).

The First Edition Bronco, Ford says, is “built for those who have waited patiently for the legend’s return to the wilderness.” Well, unless you’re clairvoyant, we’re not sure how anyone could have predicted just how freaking awesome the new Bronco would be.

There are many reasons why you might want a 2021 Bronco. Here are just a few of them, courtesy of your favorite local Ford dealership, Zeck Ford, in Purcell, Oklahoma.

We predict that, within minutes of reading this, you’ll be pining for a Bronco of your own.

It Looks Like a Modern Take on the Old-School Bronco

The all-new 2021 throws back to the classic Bronco look. What was once a sporty SUV is now a highly sought-after all-terrain trophy. The Bronco doesn’t want to be parked in the garage and admired, though. It’s specifically designed to take on any terrain you drive it over — even if that’s your suburban streets, as you cruise in the open air, courtesy of the removable roof and doors.

Regardless of where you take it, the Bronco will turn heads with its tough, sleek, but boxy shape; brilliant color options like Cyber Orange, Race Red, and Area 51; and an aesthetic that screams Best-in-Class.

Speaking of Best-In-Class… It Is.

The 2021 Ford Bronco has already acquired nods for its features that top the other vehicles in the medium traditional utility vehicles class, and no one in the general public has ever even laid eyes on one yet.

First, the Bronco is expected to earn the Best-in-Class accolade for its six-cylinder, gasoline-powered 2.7L EcoBoost engine with four-wheel drive. It’s projected to produce 310 horsepower and 400 pounds-per-foot of torque.

Second, we’re just counting down the days until the 2021 Bronco earns a Best-in-Class acknowledgment for its four-cylinder gasoline engine with a torque of 310 pounds per foot. The 2.3-liter EcoBoost produces a surprising 270 horsepower. That’s a lot of broncos under the hood of the Bronco.

The new Bronco handles sharp drops and inclines of off-road terrain with ease, and a best-in-class departure angle of 37.2 degrees, a 29-degree breakover angle, and an available aggressive 43.2-degree approach angle. This, accompanied with best-in-class ground clearance of 11.6 inches, makes it an absolute monster for climbing over rocks and rough terrain.

The 2021 Ford Bronco is also capable of fording water up to nearly three feet, thanks to its high-mounted air intake and the aforementioned ground clearance.

The 2021 Bronco is Paving the Way

Slated to be one of the greatest traditional utility vehicles of all time, the 2021 Bronco is also accomplishing things that no other vehicle in its segment has done before.

First up is the class-exclusive 7-speed manual transmission, with the 2.3-liter engine. And as if Ford needed to top that, they’re also introducing a segment-first 10-speed automatic transmission with low gears that propel you through the mud and sand.

Another class-exclusive feature are the removable doors for a total open-air experience, a la the iconic Jeep Wrangler. So, if they’re similar to the Wrangler, how are they class-exclusive? Because the doors of the Bronco are frameless for easy removal! (And we think you’ll be pleased to find that the four-door model makes it easy to stow them onboard.)

Get the Sasquatch Package. Trust Us.

Why do you need it? Because the wilderness calls you.

The available Sasquatch package, which comes standard on the WildTrak trimline, includes massive, 35-inch tires with 17-inch beadlock-capable wheels, front- and rear-locking differentials, high-clearance suspension and fender flares, plus a 4.7 Final Drive ratio with electronic-locking front and rear axle.

The Sasquatch package also comes with Trail Control™, a driver assistance package that includes:

  • Cruise-control for slow trail driving.
  • Trail turn assist, which uses torque vectoring to tighten the turn radius of the Bronco.
  • One-pedal acceleration and braking, for climbing slowly over large rocks.
  • A trail map system, presented on an up-to-12-inch touchscreen, with all maps accessible offline.

Greatest Of All Time Features

In the case of the Bronco, G.O.A.T. doesn’t actually mean “greatest of all time,” but we can dream. The SUV’s driving modes, nicknamed GOAT Modes (for “go over any type of terrain), are on an adjustable toggle knob in the center console. Modes are normal, eco, sport, slippery, and sand, with additional modes named Baja, mud/ruts, and rock crawl.

Two available 4×4 systems, a hydraulic anti-roll-bar disconnect, and independent front suspension with a solid rear axle make it an even better candidate for off-roading, as if we didn’t already know it was. Ford even threw in an easy-to-clean interior for your muddiest, muckiest outdoor explorations.

Finding a Ford Bronco for Sale

At least to start, you won’t find even one Ford Bronco for sale, just sitting on the car lot. For just $100, you can reserve your 2021 Ford Bronco for delivery to your local Ford dealership. Ford estimates that beginning in December of this year, you’ll then convert your reservation into an order with your preferred Ford dealer – Zeck Ford of Purcell, Oklahoma.

In early 2021, Zeck Ford will let you know an approximate delivery date, which is slated to begin June 2021, but may extend into the 2022 calendar year due to demand for these two- and four-door SUVs.

Talk To Us!

Want to learn more about reserving your 2021 Bronco? Contact one of our experienced personal shoppers, who will walk you through each step of special vehicle ordering. Even if you’ve never done it before, we assure that Zeck Ford will make it easy for you, because we’ve helped people through the process lots of times!

To see the specs of the 2021 Bronco online, visit the Ford website, or stop by our dealership at 2311 North 9th Avenue in Purcell to review the available information we have on-site.

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