Ford Bronco & Bronco Sport vs. the Competition | Orlando, FL
The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport carries on the Built Wild™ legacy of an American original, delivering standard 4×4 capability and impressive power. If you want a crossover that’s great for rugged adventuring and styling in the city, the all-new Bronco Sport proves the much better option than the Chevrolet Trailblazer.
When it comes to off-roading, there’s really no contest between the Ford Bronco Sport and the Chevy Trailblazer. The Bronco Sport comes standard with 4×4, as well as standard Terrain Management System™ G.O.A.T. Modes™ and a special H.O.S.S. off-road suspension.
You don’t get nearly as much off-roading prowess with the standard Trailblazer. The Trailblazer comes with front-wheel drive with all-wheel drive available at higher trims, and it doesn’t offer four-wheel drive, so you’d be paying more for less off-road capability.
The Bronco Sport also wins when it comes to off-roading technologies, thanks to its Terrain Management System™ and class-exclusive Trail Control™. The Terrain Management System™ with up to 7 G.O.A.T Modes™ including Sand, Slippery, Sport, and Eco, as well as available Mud/Ruts and Rock Crawl, lets the Bronco Sport easily navigate over any type of terrain.
Another smart technology, Trail Control™ is similar to cruise control and allows you to set your speed up going forward and in reverse, so the Bronco Sport controls your throttle and braking while you focus on the steering. The Chevy Trailblazer doesn’t offer anything like these technologies, meaning it’s not on the same level as the Bronco Sport.
The Ford Bronco Sport delivers up to 65.2 cubic feet of cargo space, plenty of room for all your luggage and equipment when you hit the trails. The Trailblazer’s cargo capacity is quite a bit less at 54.4 cu ft. Both vehicles seat up to five passengers, with the Bronco Sport boasting best-in-class headroom and a bit more hip room while the Trailblazer leads a little bit in front legroom.
When it comes to off-roading, the Bronco delivers a ton of features the Trailblazer doesn’t, like a standard flip-up rear glass window and safari-style roof, so you can open up the cabin and get amazing views of your surroundings.
The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport is also quite clearly a Bronco. It boasts the same DNA as the SUV that won the Baja 1000, and it’s got all the muscle you need to make the impossible plausible. If you love adventure and looking good, you’ve got to check out the all-new Bronco Sport at Sun State Ford in Orlando, Florida.
If you’re in search of a new SUV that can take you on thrilling adventures in the wilderness, you might be interested in the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport and the 2021 Subaru Forester. Both of these SUVs are rugged when it comes to hitting the trail, but only one gives you more of what you want.
The new Bronco Sport comes standard with a 4×4 drivetrain, while the Subaru Forester comes with All-Wheel Drive. AWD can be okay on trails, but it’s not match for the trail-designed performance of the Bronco Sport and its standard 4×4. With 29-inch all-terrain tires equipped, the Bronco Sport has higher ground clearance than the Forester, too, making it easier to navigate over uneven terrain and other obstacles.
The Bronco Sport also has more powerful engine options. The standard engines of the Bronco Sport and Forester have comparable horsepower, but the Bronco Sport has more torque thanks to its 1.5-liter EcoBoost®. The 2.0-liter EcoBoost® engine available on the Bronco Sport is also more powerful than the engine on the Forester, and the Bronco Sport boasts higher maximum towing.
The Ford Bronco Sport also delivers tons of off-roading tech, while the Subaru Forester is light on these. The Bronco Sport comes standard with a Terrain Management System™ with five G.O.A.T. Modes™, including Slippery, Sand, Eco, and Normal Modes, as well as available Mud/Ruts and Rock Crawl Modes. You can also add Trail Control™, a feature unique to the Bronco Sport that acts like cruise control for the off-road.
The Bronco Sport is more spacious than the Subaru Forester, with best-in-class headroom and a safari style roof that you can easily remove for a more open, airy ride. Both vehicles have plenty of cargo space, but the height of the Bronco Sport means you can fit taller cargo, such as mountain bikes.
One great thing about the Bronco Sport is the abundant accessories for it that add even more excitement to your off-road treks. With over 100 factory-backed or aftermarket accessories and available accessory bundles, you can turn your Bronco Sport into a mobile tent, add towing racks for every kind of equipment, get protective guards, and much more.
The 2021 Ford Bronco is an instant classic in the making, and it’s available now at Sun State Ford in Orlando, Florida. Ready up to ride — call or email our sales team to learn how you can get your very own Bronco Sport.
The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport is an all-new option for your adventures in the wild outdoors. This 4×4 SUV is superior to other off-roading SUVs, like the 2020 Jeep® Renegade, which simply can’t hold up against the capability and functionality of the Bronco Sport.
More Powerful Engines
The Ford Bronco Sport gives you the choice between two engines, both of which are more powerful than their Jeep® Renegade counterparts. The Bronco Sport comes standard with a 181-horsepower 1.5-liter EcoBoost® that outperforms the base engine of the Renegade. The optional 2.0-liter EcoBoost® of the Bronco Sport ups the power and delivers best-in-class 245 horsepower and 275 lb-ft of torque.*
Better Off-Roading Capability
The Bronco Sport handles rugged terrains more easily than the Renegade, making for more enjoyable rides. The Bronco Sport features the Terrain Management System™ with G.O.A.T. Modes™ that allow it to tackle different environments with style. Each of its trims has a standard 4×4 system to provide plenty of traction on your adventures, while the Renegade is only available with 4×4. The Bronco Sport also has better water fording with a maximum of 23.6 inches. Plus, the Built Wild™ SUV is available with the class-exclusive Trail Control™, which acts like cruise control when off-roading.
A More Family-Friendly Interior
As you travel along the trails outside of Orlando, Florida, the Bronco Sport provides connectivity and convenience to your whole family. The SUV comes standard with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ smartphone integration as well as a 4G LTE Wi-Fi® hotspot. As such, you can send a message or make a phone call to a friend, while your family streams content on their mobile devices. The Bronco Sport also has more room for your cargo than the Renegade does, offering up to 65.2 cubic feet so you don’t have to leave any gear behind.
To learn more about the features of the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport and how to get behind the wheel of this superior SUV, give us a call at Sun State Ford.
*Class is Non-Premium Subcompact Utility.