The Bronco is going to be the SUV of the summer.
The “real” Bronco returns after a 25-year hiatus.
Yes, the mightily-anticipated 2021 Ford Bronco, not to be confused with the compact Bronco Sport, is finally leaving Ford’s Michigan Assembly Plant. With over 150,000 hand-raisers, there are many order-holders that are anxious to take delivery of their new SUV.
Delays caused by the global pandemic, roof issues, and prototypes burning up in a trailer fire may have pushed back production dates but have not reduced interest in the extremely promising SUV. We can almost hear order number holders buzzing as their new Broncos are being delivered to dealerships as we write these lines, as reported by The Drive. Not all 2021 model year orders will be filled because of the delays, however.
The 2021 Ford Bronco is also being launched with a full series of accessories as customization is a critical aspect of ownership. Like Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator buyers, Bronco owners will be able to deck out their SUV with a plethora of off-road-capable features, from winches to massive wheel and tire combinations.
If you’re interested in the new Bronco, Ford has released a behind-the-scenes “launch experience” video. It’s worth a watch especially if you’re curious about the brand and the truck.