The 2021 Ford Bronco Starts at $29,995, But Can Be Optioned to Over $60,000

Here's what you get with every trim level of the new Bronco.

© Ford   The base two-door Bronco starts at $29,995, but go for the highest trim, and you'll be paying over $60,000.

By Brian Silvestro, Road & Track

After years of waiting and a ton of leaks, Ford has finally revealed the 2021 Bronco. Specifications and features aside, we were still curious about one thing: pricing. Well, Ford's finally released the numbers for every trim and body style. Here's how it breaks down (all prices exclude destination).


© Ford   2021 ford bronco base

The base, two-door Bronco starts at $28,500. It comes standard with a 2.3-liter EcoBoost inline-four, sending power to all four wheels via a seven-speed manual transmission, with an included crawler gear. There's also Ford's G.O.A.T five-mode terrain management system, an eight-inch infotainment screen, and a set of sweet 16-inch steel wheels wrapped in 30-inch tires. Buyers will be able to option the 2.7-liter EcoBoost V-6, the 10-speed auto, the Sasquatch Package, and the more advanced 4WD system. If you want four doors, add $4700.

Big Bend

© Ford   2021 bronco big bend

Choosing the $33,385 Big Bend trim adds another mode to the G.O.A.T terrain management system, 17-inch aluminum wheels with 32-inch tires, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter, LED fog lights, a carbonized gray grille, and window tinting. Like the base car, optional equipment includes the Sasquatch package, the bigger 2.7-liter engine, the 10-speed auto, and the on-demand 4WD drivetrain. Buyers can also option the "Mid" package, which gets you things like a 110-volt power outlet, keyless entry, dual-zone climate control, heated front seats, and a host of active safety tech. The four-door version costs $2495 more.

Black Diamond

© Ford   2021 bronco black diamond

Go for the Black Diamond trim, and you'll be paying a minimum of $36,050. It includes everything from the Big Bend trim, plus things like a heavy-duty front bumper, a steel rear bumper, rock rails, bash plates, marine-grade vinyl seats, rubberized, washable flooring, 17-inch steel wheels wrapped in 32-inch all-terrain tires, and an extra mode in the G.O.A.T terrain management system. Options include the bigger 2.7-liter engine, the 10-speed auto, the more advance 4WD system, the Sasquatch pack, and the Mid package. Pricing for the four-door variant has yet to be released.

Outer Banks

© Ford   2021 bronco outer banks

The Outer Banks trim, which starts at $38,955, is when the Bronco starts to get more luxury-focused. It includes everything from the Big Bend package, but gets 18-inch machined-face aluminum wheels, LED exterior lights, powder-coated tube steps, cloth heated front-row bucket seats, the Mid package, and body-colored fenders, mirror caps, and door handles. The 2.7-liter engine and the 10-speed are still options, as is the advanced 4WD system, leather-trimmed seats, and the Sasquatch package. You can also option the High package, which gets you a 12-inch infotainment screen, a 360-degree camera, and more sound deadening, or the Lux package, which includes the High package plus adaptive cruise control, a 10-speaker sound system, a wireless charging pad, a heated steering wheel, and two additional USB smart-charging ports. Add $2495 if you want two more doors.


© Ford   bronco badlands

If off-roading is your goal, the $42,095 Badlands trim is the one to get. It comes with everything in the Big Bend trim, plus 33-inch all-terrain tires, a seven-mode G.O.A.T terrain management system, a unique suspension setup with a disconnecting front sway bar, plus the heavy-duty bumpers and the vinyl seats and rubberized flooring from the Black Diamond trim. Leather seats, as well as every aforementioned package are available as options. Slap another $2495 to add back doors.


© Ford   bronco wildtrak

The Wildtrak is the most expensive normal-production Bronco trim, with a starting price of $48,875. It has everything from the Outer Banks trim, and comes standard with the bigger 2.7-liter engine, the 10-speed auto, the advanced 4WD system, the Sasquatch package, and the seven-mode G.O.A.T terrain management system. There's also carpeted flooring, a model-specific hood graphic, heated front seats, and a black-painted hard top roof. Leather seats, the High package, and the Lux package are available as options. Factor in another $2495 for the four-door model.

First Edition

© Ford   bronco first edition

Think of the $59,305 First Edition as a mash-up of all the greatest parts of each trim. Limited to just 3500 units, it's essentially a Badlands Bronco that comes standard with the Lux package, the Sasquatch package, a safari bar, and the black-painted hard top and the carpeted flooring from the Wildtrak. There's also a unique interior with leather seats that are heated in the front, as well as First Edition graphics on the hood and body. Stepping up to the four-door variant will cost an extra $4195—not that it matters much, because according to Ford's website, every example has already been spoken for.

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Automotive Magazine: The 2021 Ford Bronco Starts at $29,995, But Can Be Optioned to Over $60,000
The 2021 Ford Bronco Starts at $29,995, But Can Be Optioned to Over $60,000
Here's what you get with every trim level of the new Bronco.
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