When Ford Motor Co. reintroduced its Bronco to the world for the 2021 model year, potential buyers eagerly anticipated the iconic truck’s arrival. At its heart, the Bronco acts not just as an extremely capable off-road vehicle, but it also sports advanced technology features. These features, when paired with select 2021 Ford Bronco aftermarket parts, make the vehicle one of the most progressive rides on the market. So that you know how far you may want to modify your truck, you should explore the technologies incorporated into the high-range truck offerings.
Parts and Packages Overlap
The trick to specifying your Bronco purchase is to recognize that different models can carry overlapping features; some features come standard on some trucks but can be optioned on others. The near top-of-the-line Badlands model, for example, does not sticker with locking axles, a raised suspension or the largest tires, a package offered out the door on the Wildtrak model just below it. You can make up for the disparity by installing an aftermarket Bronco lift kit; check with a high-service specialist shop to decide what would work for you.
Top Tier Offering Has It all
The Bronco First Edition model serves as the yardstick that you can use to measure which features you really want to shoot for. Because Ford planned only a limited run of the First Edition, you will most likely have to use this truck as the technology model upon which to base your feature decisions no matter what Bronco tier your purchase falls under.
One Package Offering Provides Extraordinary Off-Road Credentials
The Bronco’s top-tier Sasquatch package gives the truck extremely high-degree approach, breakover and departure angles. Adding 35-inch tires ensures you can overcome obstacles that would stop lesser vehicles. This package further increases the number of selectable driving modes available.
Another Takes It Even Further To Take You Farther
If the Sasquatch is not enough, consider the Bronco’s Toolbox package as part of your top-tier Bronco. This offering provides features that can assist the driver facing difficult off-road conditions
- Cruise control for slow trail travels
- Tightened turning radius feature for small spaces
- Precise pedal feature for better control around and over obstacles
Overall, this package can help even the less-experienced driver make it safely through a difficult patch on the trail.
Features Help Your Driving in Traffic
Because you will have to follow the flow of traffic on public back roads and highways when you leave the trail, your high-end Bronco hosts advanced safety features. As you should expect, you will find adaptive cruise control and lane-centering functionality included to keep you from entering the zones of any cars around you. Advanced evasive steering and automatic brake assist also work together to keep you out of trouble.
State-of-the-Art Electronics Enhance the Experience
No modern vehicle comes without touchscreen functionality installed. Here you get touchscreen voice activation and wireless charging; for the trail, your Bronco makes trail maps and 360-degree camera views available.
If the highest-level Ford Bronco offering does not entirely satisfy your needs, a range of Bronco aftermarket parts will do the job. Find a supplier that knows the Bronco inside and out and who has tested different modifications on various Bronco iterations. By following that path, you can make the ultimate off-road Ford even more capable.