Theand finally greeted the world on Monday and, suffice it to say, we like what we see. The SUVs aren’t officially on sale just yet — they’ll be available in spring 2021 — but thankfully, .
Alongside the SUVs’ debut, Ford launched an online reservation site where you cantoward the Bronco or Bronco Sport of your choice. Head over to our how-to story to read how it all works.
If you’d prefer to wait until spring,, including a $1,495 destination charge. If you’d rather go for the four-door, that’ll be $34,695, once again including the destination fee. Buyers can choose between two turbocharged engines and even get a seven-speed manual transmission, with standard four-wheel drive.
The Bronco Sport, on the other hand, is a more approachable crossover for folks who don’t need hardcore off-road capability.including $1,495 for destination and again comes with turbo power and standard all-wheel drive.
Check out all our 2021 Ford Bronco coverage for the latest information:
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