2021 Ford Bronco Technical Specs: Two-Door and Four-Door Models

Laura
May 07, 2021
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May 07, 2021

Deano Bronc, BBNation and 12 others

Rank VI

May 07, 2021

#1
Thanks Laura.

Tow rating is a "maximum" of 3,500 and considerably less for certain models.

I like calling the 2.3L a 138 Cleveland. Has a certain ring to it, like a 351C. Maybe a Boss-138!
Laura, Giggles and 1 other

Rank VII

May 08, 2021

#2
That last part about the warranty. Good to know.

Rank XII

May 08, 2021

#3
The difference in brake boost between the 2.3L (vacuum) and 2.7L (electric) caught my eye. Interesting.
Giggles, BLiSSSFFULLL

Rank II

May 08, 2021

#4
I'm delighted to see the HP on the 2.3 running Premium gas being about 10% HIGHER than Ford originally published.
Once again, they've over-delivered on the Bronco. Bronco 2.3L already had more power than my J33P Grand Cherokee which is great for my type off-roading, now its even better.
Way to go FORD! :geek:
Deano Bronc, BLiSSSFFULLL

Rank 0

May 09, 2021

#5
I wasn’t aware the rock rails were standard on the Badlands. I though it said optional when I ordered mine. I thought I opted out hoping to get aftermarket ones that would probably be stronger.
Shall wait and see...still waiting on VIN and Production date, feels like I’m never getting it.
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Occasionally Grumpy

May 09, 2021

#6
I wasn’t aware the rock rails were standard on the Badlands. I though it said optional when I ordered mine. I thought I opted out hoping to get aftermarket ones that would probably be stronger.
Shall wait and see...still waiting on VIN and Production date, feels like I’m never getting it.
B&P showed them optional on the Black Diamond and Badlands but it was wrong. They come standard on both.
SlashRacer, AcesandEights

Rank VI

May 10, 2021

#7
There appears to be no line for the 4 door Wildtrak in the weight/towing spec areas?

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