Discover Every Option of the All-New 2021 Ford Bronco
A Utility Vehicle That’s Worth the Wait, Coming Soon to Our Kansas Ford Dealership
The year was 1996, and it was a dark year in Ford history. The Ford Bronco was discontinued, never to be seen again, until 25 years later, when superfans of the sporty and athletic SUV finally had their dream come true: Ford will welcome back the Bronco for the 2021 model year.
A modernized version of the 90s-era Bronco, the SUV retains its boxy shape, but is brought into the new millennium with brilliant exterior paint color options, and quasi-futuristic design elements.
If you want to claim your own new Bronco for sale, you’re going to have to reserve it through Ford, for delivery at Zeck Ford in Leavenworth, Kansas, the best local Ford dealership if you live in the Kansas City area. If you’re not sure what features you’re looking for and don’t want to click through every possibility on the reservation website, we’re here to help.
Check out the full list of trimlines and packages below so you can get a rough idea of what you’re ordering before you place your reservation and drop your $100 deposit.
How to Buy a New Ford Bronco
For now, don’t expect to find a Bronco sitting unclaimed at our Ford dealership in Leavenworth. Ford is currently taking reservations for the 2021 Bronco, for a fee of just $100. You can convert your reservation into an order with us, at Zeck Ford near Kansas City, Missouri. Deliveries are scheduled to begin June 2021.
Talk To Us, a Ford Dealership Near You
If you have any questions about the online reservation process, call one of our personal shoppers who can tell you all about special orders. Or, you can visit in-person at 4501 S. 4th Street in Leavenworth, Kansas.
2021 Bronco Base Model Features
The base level Bronco won’t provide you with lengthy lists of amenities, but it will still provide reasonably athletic off-road performance, and, you know, turn heads driving down the street. It comes with two doors (starting at $28,500 MSRP) or four doors (starting at $33,200 MSRP).
Standard equipment on the Bronco base model includes:
- Four-wheel drive, 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine, 7-speed manual transmission with crawler gear
- Removable doors and roof, for open-air cruising
- Five G.O.A.T. (Goes Over All Types of Terrain) modes, the terrain-management system
- 16-inch silver-painted steel wheels with Bridgestone all-season road tires
- Cloth seats and carpeted flooring
- SYNC 4 infotainment system with 8-inch touchscreen
Optional equipment includes a 2.7-liter EcoBoost engine with a 10-speed automatic transmission (class-exclusive); Trail Control computer system; and Sasquatch off-roading package. Choose from seven richly saturated paint colors.
2021 Ford Bronco Big Bend Trim Level
Why limit yourself to the base model, when, for only a little bit more money, you can get even more features with improved curb appeal? The Big Bend trim level starts at $35,880 MSRP and comes with four doors.
Standard equipment on the Big Bend includes:
- All the base trimline features
- Six G.O.A.T. modes in the terrain-management system
- 17-inch carbonized gray-painted aluminum wheels with Bridgestone all-terrain tires
- Carbonized gray grille, privacy glass, and LED fog lamps
- Premium leather-wrapped steering wheel and gear-shift knob
Optional equipment you can choose from includes the engines, transmissions, Mid package, and Sasquatch package from the base model, plus heated front seats, and remote start. Choose from 10 exterior colors, including what we predict will be a popular blue-gray shade, called Area 51.
2021 Ford Bronco Black Diamond
The off-road-ready Black Diamond offers larger bumpers and off-road tires (and would be perfect with the Sasquatch package, if you ask us). The two-door version starts at $36,050 MSRP, and the four-door starts at $38,545 MSRP.
The Black Diamond includes all the standard features from the Big Bend trimline, plus:
- Heavy-duty modular front bumper and a powder-coated steel rear bumper
- Rock rails and heavy-duty bash plates
- Seven G.O.A.T. modes on the terrain-management system
- Mean-looking 17-inch black-painted steel wheels with General Grabber all-terrain tires
- Auxiliary switches in the overhead console
- Marine-grade vinyl-trimmed seats and rubberized washout flooring for easy clean-up after off-road adventures
Optional additions include all those from the Big Bend trim, including the same packages. Choose from 11 exterior paint colors, including the Cyber Orange Metallic Tricoat.
2021 Ford Bronco Outer Banks Trim Level
Ford says this trim level is for customers seeking style, plus technology and off-road capabilities. It boasts less armor than the Black Diamond with added premium features and aesthetics. The two-door starts at $38,955 MSRP, and the four-door at $41,450 MSRP.
Standard equipment in this trim level includes all the features of the Big Bend, and:
- Terrain-management system with six G.O.A.T. modes
- 18-inch black-painted machined-face aluminum wheels with Bridgestone all-terrain tires
- LED headlights and taillights
- Body-colored exterior door handles, mirror caps, and fender flares
- Powder-coated tube steps
- Cloth heated front-row bucket seats
Optional features include everything in the Black Diamond trimline, plus leather-trimmed seats, High package, Lux package, and Sasquatch package. Choose from 11 paint colors.
2021 Ford Bronco Wildtrak Trim Level
Designed for off-road desert driving, the Wildtrak has a larger, 2.7-liter engine with an automatic transmission. The two-door Bronco starts at $48,875, and the four-door at $51,370. Standard equipment includes all the Outer Banks features, plus:
- 35-inch mud-terrain tires from Goodyear
- Trail Control
- Seven G.O.A.T. modes, including Baja
- Modular shadow-black painted hardtop
- Wildtrak hood graphic
- Cloth heated front bucket seats and carpeted flooring
Choose from 11 vibrant exterior colors, and the High package or Lux package.
2021 Ford Bronco Badlands
With every off-road option for rock-crawling, you’re ready to explore almost every terrain the United States has to offer. Ford even calls it the “ultimate in Bronco 4×4 off-road capability.” The two-door SUV starts at $42,095, and the four-door starts at $44,590.
Standard equipment on the Badlands version includes:
- All the Big Bend features
- Seven G.O.A.T. modes, including Rock Crawl and Baja on the terrain-management system
- Heavy-duty suspension with front stabilizer bar disconnect
- 17-inch carbonized gray-painted machined-face aluminum wheels with BF Goodrich all-terrain tires
- Heavy-duty modular front bumper and powder-coated steel rear bumper
- Auxiliary switches in the overhead console
- Marine-grade vinyl-trimmed seats with rubberized washout flooring
Options include 33-inch mud terrain tires from Goodyear and leather-trimmed seats. Eleven exterior colors are available, as well as the High, Lux, and Sasquatch packages.
2021 Ford Bronco First Edition
An exclusive trimline, the Bronco First Edition includes Badlands mechanicals, Outer Banks interiors, and Wildtrak exterior features, and only 3,500 will ever be built. Two-door pricing starts at $59,305 MSRP, and the four-door starts at $63,500 MSRP.
Standard features including all the amenities from the Badlands, and:
- Special hood and bodyside graphics
- Modular shadow-black painted hard top
- Safari bar
- Carpeted flooring and leather-trimmed seats with heated front row
- 10-way power driver’s seat
- Unique interior design
There are no options with this package; it’s packed full of them already! You can still choose one of our paint colors: Rapid Red Metallic Tinted Clearcoat, Area 51, Cactus Grey, and Cyber Orange Metallic Tricoat.
Depending on the trim level you choose, you can add on – or not – the following equipment packages to enhance your Bronco-driving experience. Standard equipment comes on each higher trim level, except the standalone Sasquatch package.
- The Standard Package
LED headlamps, black door handles, mirror caps, fender flares and fender tie-down hooks, manual air conditioning, and push-button start
- The Sasquatch Package
17-inch black-painted aluminum beadlock-capable wheels, 35-inch mud terrain tires, electronic-locking front and rear axles, high-clearance suspension, position-sensitive Bilstein shocks, Trail Control™ driver assistance package, and high-clearance fender flares.
- The Mid Package
Two-door Intelligent Access with lock and unlock functionality; 110V/150W AC power outlet; ambient footwell lighting; auto-dimming rearview mirror; dual-zone electronic manual temperature control; heated front seats; illuminated visor mirrors; remote start system with automatic transmission only; reverse sensing system; subscription navigation; SYNC 4 infotainment system with voice recognition; Ford Co-Pilot 360 including pre-collision assist with automatic emergency braking, BLIS with CrossTraffic Alert, Lane-Keeping System, and Auto High-Beam headlamps; and rear-view camera with backup assist grid lines.
- The High Package
Everything from the Mid package, 12-inch center stack touchscreen, 360-degree camera, sound deadening, forward sensing system, and side-view mirror LED approach lamps.
- The Lux Package
Everything from the High package, plus adaptive cruise control, 10-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system, evasive steering assist, heated steering wheel, universal garage door opener, two extra front-row USB smart-charging ports, voice-activated touchscreen navigation system with 12” screen, and a wireless charging pad.