The wait is finally over! At Ziems Ford Corners, we’ve been ravenous for the return of the Ford Bronco. There’s a whole world to be discovered across New Mexico and adventure awaits in every corner of the Land of Enchantment. Last night at 8 p.m. Eastern, the nostalgic off-roader returned. Just as wild as its predecessor, the new and improved Bronco is loaded with features to rival any competition.
This Is What You’ve Been Waiting For
The new Bronco comes with a choice of two or four-doors and two engine choices. Both engines are EcoBoost turbos. So, whether or not to boost, is one decision you won’t have to make. From there, the options are almost endless with over 200 add-ons, and a total of seven trim levels. The trims range from Base Model, which is just as it sounds, all the way to WildTrack – a desert runner, with 2.7 V-6, 35-inch tires, and position-sensitive Bilstein dampers. In the middle lies the Big Bend, which upgrades the 30-inch tires to a beefy 32 inches. The Black Diamond offers owners skid plates, rock rails and a locking rear differential. Throw in the Badlands model with marine-grade vinyl upholstery, a rubberized hose-it-out floor and a disconnecting front sway bar. Don’t forget about the sold-out First Edition, kitted out with maximum off-road gear and luxury options.
The Sasquatch Package
If all that isn’t enough, let’s look at the Sasquatch package. An upgrade available on any trim model, and standard on the WildTrak and First Edition, the Sasquatch Package includes 35-inch tires with 17-inch beadlock-capable wheels, front and rear locking differentials, Trail Control,™ 4.7 Final Drive Ratio with electronic-locking front and rear axle. There’s also a high-clearance suspension and high-clearance fender flares. Sasquatch Broncos also get a full three inches of extra track width.
If the Sasquatch package hasn’t piqued your interest, how about a G.O.A.T.™? Ford’s terrain management system offers eight drive modes that vary by trim, including Baja and Rock Crawl. These are referred to as G.O.A.T.™ modes, for “Goes Over Any Type of Terrain.” They can be used to adjust your drive mode to your environment.
Best in Class Clearance and Fording Depth
The new 2021 Ford Bronco is ready for any adventure. Trim level and add-on dependant, the available 11.6 inches of ground clearance bests even the Raptor. Stay clear of sharp rocks and fallen branches with ease. Combine the available clearance with a high mounted air intake, and you get a max fording depth of 33.5 inches – a depth that approaches amphibious-vehicle territory.
Good to Tow
At the Bronco’s rear, the tailgate is hinged on the passenger side and serves as the mount for the spare tire and the center high-mounted brake light. But Ford upped the Bronco’s tailgating game with a slide-out tailgate. Below that is a receiver hitch that’s good to tow up to 3,500 pounds. Unlike the competition though, both two-door and four-door options will tow that weight.
Get Yours Now
You can put in your reservation for a legend today at Ziems Ford Corners for $100 down. Get in line, and get ready for a rugged adventure. The all-new 2021 Ford Bronco is coming to help you experience all the excitement the wilds of the Four Corners have to offer.