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Staff Builds: Wildtrak

Staff Builds: Wildtrak

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All this week, we’ll be bringing you our builds for each trim of the 2021 Ford Bronco. @david in the forums and @dwrock, your friendly Bronco Nation support and fulfillment associate, will each bring a build to the table with a different theme. We aren’t experts and this isn’t a list of recommendations, it’s just a couple Bronco fans dreaming up some rigs.

Today, we finish with the Wildtrack.

@David: Sandy Boi

Wildtrack is all about fun in the sun. Whether you’re speeding across the dunes or chilling on the beach, Sandy Boi is here for you. Maybe the leather seats aren’t a great idea with all this sand, maybe the tube doors don’t help either, regardless, a little extra time detailing your sweet looking rig will build character.

Race Red is a natural choice here and going 2-Door instead of 4-Door just felt right as well. Granted, the 4-Door wheelbase would probably be more stable at speed. Powertrain choices are limited here but I was planning on the 2.7L with 10-Speed Automatic anyways.

If I had to add more then I’d probably go for the Wildtrack graphics package for the extra flair and throw in the brush guard just in case any mean ol’ cacti felt like getting in my way.

Exterior Roof Rack, Powder-Coated Tube Step, Paint Protection Film, Remote Start, Keyless Entry Keypad
Interior Leather-Trimmed/Vinyl Seats With Medium Sandstone, Portable Fridge Freezer
Powertrain 2.7L EcoBoost and 10 Speed Automatic Transmission
Packages Lux, Towing
Accessories Tube Doors, Canvas Soft Top (Bimini)
Color Anti-Matter Blue

*All prices are based on an APR 5% and a down payment of 10% of the purchasing price

@dwrock: Glamis, Here I Come

Here in Michigan we have plenty of Dunes to go rippin’ at.  But the big one on the bucket list for me to visit is Glamis in California.

For this build I went for that open-air, wind in your hair deal. Cyber Orange, because, why not, and it might serve some sort of high vis safety function – Look at Me!!

I added all the options and accessories to make it a fun Dune rig – Door Bars, Mesh Bimini Top, Heavy Duty Front Bumper, Side Steps, Brush Guard, even Paint Protection (to help with sand pitting).

On the inside I made sure to add the Lux Package, which gives it the Bang and Olufson 10 Speaker System. That way I can blast AC/DC’s Thunderstruck as I fly past people in their Meyers Manx’s.

And of course, I went with the 2.7 Ecoboost and Sasquatch. Hopefully by the time I get to Glamis, some aftermarket tuning options become available, like Cobb. All of that brings this Bronco Wildtrak example to $1081 a month*. It might be a lot of cash, but it’ll be A LOT OF FUN!

Exterior 17" Black High Gloss-Painted Aluminum Wheel, Top – Hard Top, Molded-in-Color, Front Bumper - Heavy-Duty Modular, Paint Protection Film, Tube Step – Powder Coated, Brush Guard
Interior Leather-Trimmed/Vinyl Seats With Medium Sandstone, Floor Liners – Front and Rear
Powertrain 2.7L EcoBoost® Engine
Packages Lux Package, Sasquatch™ Package
Accessories Assistance Kit, Off-Road
Color Cyber Orange

*All prices are based on an APR 5% and a down payment of 10% of the purchasing price

Comment(3)

  1. I just want answers on when the wildtrack will be available ?!?! I have one on reserve but today is December 7th and Ford has absolutely NO ANSWERS for it’s customers !!! It’s ridiculous !

  2. I have been on the waiting list since July 2020 and I am definitely going the basesquach route Rock bars, brush guard, onboard air compressor and 2.7 10 speed combo!!!

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