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2021 Ford Bronco Sport Badlands 4x4 | Terrain Management System with 7 G.O.A.T. Modes

Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go & Lane Centering, Speed Sign Recognition, Evasive Steering Assist, Voice Activated Touchscreen Navigation System)

$51,000

Plus Taxes & Licensing

One-Owner, Terrain Management System with 7 G.O.A.T. Modes  (Goes Over Any Type Of Terrain) including Mud/Ruts and Rock Crawl, B&O Sound System with 10 speakers, Ebony & Roast Leather-Trimmed Seats, Front 180-Degree Camera, 8-Way Power Driver’s Seat, Heated Front Row Seats, Rear Passenger-Side Under-Seat Storage, Blind-Spot Information with Cross-Traffic Alert, Forward Collision Warning, Automatic High Beams, & Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking & Pedestrian Detection, Ford Co-Pilot 360 Assist+ (Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go & Lane Centering, Speed Sign Recognition, Evasive Steering Assist, Voice Activated Touchscreen Navigation System); Front Seat Back Zipper Pockets & MOLLE Strap System, Intelligent Access with Push-Button Start, Rubberized Cargo Floor & Rear Seat Back Protectors, SecuriCode Keyless Entry Keypad, Dual-Zone Temperature Control, Leather-Wrapped & Heated Steering Wheel, Remote Start System, Unique Carbonized Gray Grille with white BRONCO Lettering, Front Tow Hooks, LED Fog Lamps, Shadow Black Roof with Black Roof-Rack Side Rails, Metal Bash Plates, 110V/400W AC Power Outlet, 250-HP 2.0L Turbocharged 4-Cylinder Ecoboost Engine, 8-Speed Selectshift Automatic Transmission with Paddle Shifters, Advanced 4×4 with Twin-Clutch Rear Drive Unit & Off-Road Suspension, 17″ Carbonized Gray-Painted Aluminum Wheels & 225/65R17 All-Terrain Tires, Balance of Factory Warranty and only 15,026 km

While some larger subcompact SUVs skew toward city life and errand-running, the Bronco Sport is designed for adventure. It has trail-tested off-road capability, up to 8.8 inches of ground clearance, a purpose-built interior, and a terrain-management system that makes it easy to navigate a variety of surfaces.  Even if you aren’t looking to go rock-crawling, but like to camp, go biking, or simply enjoy the great outdoors, you will find a lot to like about the Bronco Sport.

Interior Comfort: The Bronco Sport’s upright body style allows the interior to be large and accommodating for this vehicle’s size. Doing this creates more headroom for taller passengers, as well as enough space in the cargo area to carry to mountain bikes sitting upright.

The interior is a simple, clean layout that uses large, easy-to-reach physical buttons and knobs. In the instrument cluster, there is a digital display between the two main gauges. There’s a touchscreen near the top of the dash, with all infotainment and climate controls below.

The seats in this model are a muted brown with the Bronco logo embroidered into the top of each seat, below the headrest. There are black inserts in the top and bottom seat cushions. On the back of both front seats, there’s a MOLLE (modular lightweight load-carrying equipment) strap system that can be used with access bags, or anything that can be attached with carabiners. Above that is a zip-up storage pocket. And there’s extra storage under the bottom cushion of the rear seat.

Exterior Styling – The front of the 2021 Bronco Sport strongly resembles the design of the larger Ford Bronco, with a single-piece grille and round headlights that pay tribute to the 1966-1977 Bronco – and no Ford blue oval logo. The Bronco Sport has a contrast-color roof and roof-mounted rack. The Bronco Sport’s vertical, upright design allows for a lot of space in the cabin for people and gear. The Badlands is the most capable trim level of this SUV, and it looks the part. It sits higher, with wide tires and a confident stance.

Favorite Features:

STORAGE SOLUTIONS – The MOLLE (modular lightweight load-carrying equipment) strap system can use access bags, or anything you want to attach with your own carabiners. You can fit two upright mountain bikes in the cargo area, where there are plenty of handy storage hooks, plus rubberized rear seatbacks. There’s also a 400-watt inverter plus two floodlamps in the liftgate, making it easier to load and unload cargo at night.

G.O.A.T. MODES AND TRAIL CONTROL – These systems can make adventures a lot less intimidating for drivers of all experience levels. The Terrain Management System with G.O.A.T. (Goes Over Any Terrain) Modes adjusts the throttle and transmission based on the type of terrain you’re on. All models come with Normal, Eco, Sport, Slippery, and Sand options, and the Badlands model adds Mud/Ruts and Rock Crawl. Trail Control, essentially a low-speed off-road cruise control, controls the throttle and brakes, letting you concentrate on the trail.

REVIEW: Driving The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport – The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport is billed as a rugged, compact SUV. True enough, during our test, we blasted over sandy dunes and up rocky mountain trails that would have caused most compact SUVs to evacuate their undercarriage. The 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine found in the Badlands trim generated ample thrust to power us over loose and rocky terrain. Meanwhile, the Badland’s twin-clutch 4-wheel-drive system smartly apportioned torque to the wheel best able to exploit it. It might be the “little Bronco,” but the Bronco Sport is a true off-roader.

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Type: Vehicle
Year: 2021
Make: Ford
Model: Bronco Sport
Trim: Badlands
Body Style: Sport SUV
Mileage: 15036
Transmission: 8-Speed Automatic w/ Paddle Shifters
Price: $51,000
Bi-Weekly Payment: $364
Drivetrain: 4x4 w/ Selec-Terrain
Engine: 2.0L Turbocharged
Exterior Color: Rapid Red
Interior Color: Ebony & Roast Leather
Wheels: 17" Carbonized Gray Alloys
Fuel: Gasoline
Warranty: Transferable Factory
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