In 2020, Ford is committed to offering more than 150 factory-developed or authorized accessories for the 2021 Bronco. Not only will it keep its promise, it will go the extra mile by offering buyers a list of more than 300 parts to choose from. It hasn’t released any official details yet, but the catalog it sent to its dealers was leaked online, along with an internal ordering guide that reveals the truck’s standard features and extra-cost option packages.
Enthusiasts Forum Bronco6G has published the list. It includes more than 300 items developed in-house or with trusted suppliers to fit the two- and four-door versions of the Bronco. If you want to customize the exterior, you will have dozens of parts to choose from, including mud skirts, spare tire covers, rock rails, and step bars. Interior accessories are largely limited to floor coverings, pet harnesses, and cargo organizers, while the electronics section lists add-ons like remote engine start systems and a range extension antenna.
Thule and Yakima are also part of the accessories program. River explorers can spend $ 239 on a roof-mounted kayak rack made by Thule, for example, while a hitch-mounted bike rack built by Yakima is priced at $ 569. The catalog also includes roof-mounted tents. , car covers, roof panel storage bags and light bars.
Some of the accessories listed in the catalog will not be available at launch. Tube doors, trailer brake controller, various parts of the exhaust system, winch, various tow hooks, and different rear axles with ratios ranging from 4.88 to 5.38 are tagged as late availability so it is possible that not offered until model year 2022..
Ford will release official details on Bronco accessories closer to the start of production. COVID-related supplier delays forced the Blue Oval to delay the launch, and the first examples of the 2021 Bronco are now tentatively scheduled to roll off the assembly line on May 3. However, the Sasquatch off-road package was paired with the 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine and seven-speed manual transmission won’t ship until 2022.
Bronco owners will be well equipped to explore the great outdoors even if they stay away from accessories. A guide to builtin orders also posted by Bronco6G reveals that each trim level will have fender-mounted tie down hooks, front and rear tow hooks, removable doors, and hill start assist. For urban adventures, the Bronco also comes with an eight-inch touchscreen and a pre-collision system with automatic emergency braking.
Drivers who order the 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine and 10-speed automatic transmission will receive travel control and turn-on-tour assistance, while those who select the 2.7-liter V6 will also receive a single pedal drive feature. . 35-inch muddy terrain tires are available across the range, from the base model to the Wildtrak, which tops the line.
Finally, the ordering guide details the option packages that will be offered at launch. Called the Mid Package, the former includes features such as ambient foot lighting, dual-zone climate control, a power outlet on the rear of the center console, Ford’s Sync 4 infotainment system with voice recognition, and a variety of electronic driving aids.
Next up is the High Package, which is based on the Medium Package with a 12-inch touchscreen, plus sound-absorbing material, and a 360-degree camera, among other features. SUVs equipped with the Lux Package get details like adaptive cruise control, evasive steering assist, a three-year subscription to connected navigation software, a 10-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system, a heated steering wheel, and a platform wireless charging.
The packages mentioned above make the Bronco a nicer, more connected, and more comfortable place to travel. If your primary focus is off-roading, the Sasquatch package consists of 17-inch bead-locking-capable wheels wrapped by 35-inch mud terrain tires, a 4.7 final drive ratio, electronically locking front and rear axles, a high clearance suspension, and a high clearance suspension. The prices of these packages have not yet been published.