2021 Ford Bronco Engine

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 The 2021 Ford Bronco two-door or four-door convertible SUV returns with standard 4x4 capability on an off-road pickup truck frame. It aims to dethrone the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon from its unrivalled off-road throne, which it has held since the last Bronco was produced in 1996.

2021 Ford Bronco

2021 Ford Bronco Engine


Sorry about that, everyone. The Bronco does not have eight cylinders. Instead, a standard 300-hp turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder or a 330-hp twin-turbo 2.7-liter V-6 are available. A 10-speed automatic transmission is available for both gas engines, but a seven-speed manual transmission is only available for the smaller one. Unfortunately, neither engine has a lively soundtrack. Every Bronco has all-wheel drive, and its independent front suspension is more sophisticated than Jeep's front stick axle.

35-inch mud-terrain tyres, beadlock-capable wheels, electronic locking front and rear differentials, and a sway-bar disconnect feature are also available. Following our initial impressions, the Bronco impressed us the most with its on-road refinement. The Ford not only has more precise steering than the Wrangler, but it also handles better overall. Of course, with the largest tyres and softest suspension, there is significant brake dive, and the body-on-frame construction isn't hidden. Nonetheless, the Bronco isn't a one-trick pony, and it's capable of overcoming truly treacherous terrain. Both the two- and four-door models can tow 3500 pounds, which is the same as the Wrangler.
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