When looking for a vehicle to tackle all terrain and provide a smooth ride as well, why not consider the 2021 Ford Bronco? It has all you can need and more.

The team here at Fred Beans Ford of Doylestown has written a short review for our friends and neighbors in Doylestown, Philadelphia, and Warminster, PA.


Ford Bronco: Performance

When it comes to taking on those rugged roads, the Ford Bronco has it covered. On the base model, it comes equipped with the standard 2.3L EcoBoost® 4-cylinder engine. The transmission is dependent on model, as the 4-door Bronco gets a 10-speed automatic transmission, while the 2-door version features the 7-speed manual transmission.

The 2.3L engine puts out an impressive 270 horsepower, while additionally cranking out 310 lb-ft of torque.

However, the base model has an optional 2.7L EcoBoost® 6-cylinder engine. When paired with a 4X4 drive system, this engine pumps out an equally impressive 310 horsepower, while it generates a monstrous 400 lb-ft of torque.

Before we move on, there's an available package that provides many benefits for your Bronco that need to be discussed. Called the Sasquatch™ Package after our favorite forest ape, it includes:

  • 35-inch tires with 17-inch beadlock-capable wheels
  • Front- and rear-locking differentials
  • 4.7 final drive ratio with electronic-locking front and rear axle
  • High-clearance suspension and high-clearance fender flares

These are some nifty upgrades to your vehicle and warmly welcomed by Bronco drivers all over. Additionally, due to high demand, the Sasquatch™ Package will be available in 2022 with manual transmission.

Lastly, with the 2.3L EcoBoost® engine and automatic transmission coupled with the Class II Trailer Tow Package, the Bronco can reach a maximum towing capacity of 3,500 pounds when properly equipped.


Ford Bronco: Safety

Keeping safe out on the trails and off-roads is incredibly important for any driver. The Bronco has this designed into its bones. You'll be driving with peace of mind, whether you tackle the big mountains or just a cruise along the coast.

The Bronco includes first-row driver and passenger dual-stage front and side airbags that can potentially keep you and your passengers protected in the event of a collision. Jumping off that, all rows feature the Safety Canopy® side-curtain airbags with rollover sensor. In the event of a rollover, the airbags will inflate to keep all passengers safe from serious harm.

The wheels aren't neglected, either. With the individual tire pressure monitoring system, combined with the matching spare wheel and tire with TPMS, you'll always know when your tires are in a critical state. You'll also have the tools to resolve any issues when you're out on the road.


Ford Bronco: Cargo Space

The numbers shake out along these lines. For passenger rows featuring a hardtop, there's 103.7 cubic feet of passenger volume. When you combine the hardtop measurements from behind the 1st and 2nd rows, you're left with a total of 113.2 cubic feet of cargo space.

All great measurements for cargo space! You can bring a lot of materials with you as you travel, even though that gets shaved down with the introduction of passengers. Regardless, you'll have a fantastic journey no matter what.


Schedule Your Test Drive Today!

We hope our friends and neighbors in Doylestown, Philadelphia, and Warminster, PA, have had a moment to read over what we've had to say. The next step now is to contact us here at Fred Beans Ford of Doylestown to schedule your Ford Bronco test drive today!

 
Ford Bronco: A Wild History

While the 2021 Bronco makes for one thrilling adventure partner, this isn't its first rodeo. In 1966, this new breed of off-road vehicle stampeded onto the scene and into wild hearts everywhere, setting the mold for the modern SUV.





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1966 Ford Bronco Brochure

1967 Ford Bronco Brochure

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