Ford Bronco Sport in Jacksonville Florida

Explore the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport

Ford has made big news with the reveal of its all-new 2021 Bronco off-roader. But that's not the only new Ford SUV that's making waves. The all-new 2021 Bronco Sport gives drivers a compelling alternative to the Bronco with more focus on road-worthy ride quality as well as adventurous styling and all-terrain chops.

Differences Between the Bronco Sport and Bronco

The Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport both promise drivers from Callahan and Hilliard an exciting driving experience with adventurous flair. However, there are some important distinctions to note between the two vehicles. Where the Bronco is a focused off-road machine for all-terrain purists, the Bronco Sport is a more well-rounded SUV that's well-suited for both the trail and the roads to get you there.

While the Bronco uses a traditional body-on-frame design, the Bronco Sport has a unibody design with independent suspension front and rear. This setup is more conducive to on-road comfort while still allowing for all-terrain capability. The new Bronco is also a rather large vehicle. The Bronco Sport is a smaller, nimbler option that still has all of the practicality that you're looking for.

If you're looking for a removable top, then you'll want to get the Bronco. The new Bronco Sport will only be available with a fixed hardtop.

Bronco Sport Design

The Bronco Sport is a dynamic SUV with exciting design elements. From its rugged front fascia to its safari-style roof, the Bronco Sport has looks that beg for adventure. Look inside the cabin and you'll find a mix of practical features and rugged styling that's sure to impress.

Enticing Colors: From bright yellow to powder blue, Ford offers the new Bronco Sport in a range of exciting and bold color options.

Wheels: You can choose from a range of wheel options to fit your style. From utilitarian steel wheels to stylish aluminum alloy sets, there's something for everyone.

Tow Hooks: Front tow hooks can help you get through tough off-road challenges.

Cargo and Storage: Fold down the rear seats and the Bronco Sport has an impressive 65.2 cubic feet of cargo space. There's even under-seat storage in the second row for added utility.

Roof Rails: Standard roof rails mean you can strap cargo and gear to the roof with no problems.

Bronco Sport Performance

The new Bronco Sport may not be as pure an off-roader as its larger counterpart, but it still offers potent all-terrain performance with on-road manners to make any journey enjoyable.

Four-Wheel Drive: Every new Bronco Sport comes standard with four-wheel drive to ensure grip and capability when you need it most.

Powertrains: Two engines are available for the new Bronco Sport. The base 1.5-liter EcoBoost engine makes 181 horsepower and 191 pound-feet of torque while the available 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine makes a hearty 245 horsepower. An eight-speed automatic transmission is standard for both engines.

Terrain Management System with G.O.A.T Modes: This feature gives the Bronco Sport multiple terrain performance modes to choose from. From mud to sand, these modes can adapt to all sorts of terrain one might find in Florida and Georgia.

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