The All-New Bronco Sport has been making waves with its penchant for adventure and advanced features, but what you might not know is that the Baby Bronco also earns some Best-in-Class marks for interior space thanks to its smart use of space and versatile form. In this guide, we run through the interior space dimensions (like legroom, head room, passenger volume, and more) that make the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport a great option among small SUVs.
How Spacious is the Bronco Sport?
The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport features a passenger volume of up to 105.7 cubic feet (or 102.3 cubic feet on models with the optional moonroof). These numbers are well above average for a subcompact crossover SUV.
The Bronco Sport features Best-in-Class first- and second-row head room thanks to its upright profile, meaning more vertical space for taller passengers and a cavernous cargo area. The Bronco Sport also features up to 42.4 inches of first-row legroom and 36.9 inches of rear legroom.
2021 Ford Bronco Sport Seating Dimensions
|Dimensions||Front Seats||Rear Seats|
|Legroom||42.4 in||36.9 in|
|Head room (w/o moonroof)||41.5 in||41.7 in|
|Head room (moonroof)||39.1 in||41.7 in|
|Hip room||55.2 in||53.4 in|
|Shoulder room||57.3 in||55.6 in|
What Class Does the Bronco Sport Fall Under?
The Ford Bronco Sport is classified as a subcompact crossover SUV. Though not quite as hardcore as the big Bronco, the Bronco Sport is still considered an off-road SUV with real trail-tested 4×4 capability and features.
How Many People Can the Bronco Sport Seat?
All versions of the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport feature seating for up to five passengers.
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Ford Bronco Sport Features Best-in-Class Cargo Space
The Bronco Sport Base, Big Bend, and Outer Banks all feature a Best-in-Class cargo volume of up to 32.5 cubic feet of cargo space behind its rear seats. The 60/40-split rear bench folds completely flat to reveal up to 65.2 cubic feet of maximum cargo space. Models equipped with the optional 2.0-liter engine lose some cubes in the process, dropping to 29.4 cubic feet of cargo space behind the rear seats, and 60.1 cubic feet with the seatback folded.