When the 2021 Bronco does arrive at your local showroom understand this. If the one that is on the floor isn’t your cup of tea, there are six other trims to choose from. As a brand, Bronco tries to appeal to all kinds of off-road enthusiasts from those in the southwest who call the desert their playground, to drivers comfortable on mountain trails, to fishermen and hunters to wannabe off-roaders who want to look cool but want their luxury as well. To do this, Ford has created seven trims (counting the base) and provides every conceivable off-road feature.
Trims on most brands are basically the same vehicle with stuff progressively stacked on top of the base model. At the end of the day, you have the same base with a bunch of extra stuff added on. With the Bronco there is some stacking but there are also features that change the very nature of the ride. If you want the Bronco that best fits your needs, it is important to understand just what makes up each trim.
The Seven Faces of the 2021 Ford Bronco
First, every trim is available in 2 or 4 door models. Secondly, each model has G.O.A.T. modes (go over any terrain) although some have more than others. Lastly, and most importantly, an off-road package called Sasquatch includes 35” all-terrain tires, front and rear locking differentials, Blistein position-sensitive monotube shocks, and high clearance fender flares that can be added to select trims.