Archive for the ‘Ford Bronco Sport’ Category
What Platform is the Bronco Sport SUV Based On?
The new Bronco Sport may take after the original Bronco in name and appearance, but the truth is the so-called Baby Bronco gets its foundations from elsewhere in the Ford lineup. The Bronco Sport is based on the same Ford C2 platform that underpins the Ford Escape crossover. Ford’s decision to forego a body-on-frame architecture for the modified unibody platform gives the small off-road ute more road-friendly driving manners than the original Bronco SUV, but don’t let its milder traits fool you. The new Bronco Sport is much more than a muscled-up version of the popular Escape.(more…)
2021 Ford Bronco Sport Towing Capacities & Equipment
The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport has arrived at Akins Ford, and the highly anticipated adventure ute has certainly proven itself worth the hype. If you happen to be cross-shopping between the Bronco Sport and the original Bronco, you may want to consider the towing capacities each provides. In this guide we dive into maximum towing capacities offered by the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport lineup and what trailering technology owners can look forward to.(more…)
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.(more…)
When the highly-anticipated Bronco lineup dropped this summer, Ford rounded out its off-road brand with the new Bronco and Bronco Sport. Though they may carry the same name, these two vehicles are completely different, save for the horse badge and the tough-guy boxy design aesthetic. Check out this quick summary of the key differences between the 2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport so you know what to look for when you start shopping.(more…)
2021 Ford Bronco Sport Trim Level Comparison
Along with this year’s revival of the Ford Bronco SUV, a new order of off-road-capable SUVs joins the Ford stable. Small in stature but big in all-terrain prowess, the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport offers a well-balanced combination of rugged capability and civilized road manners on the pavement. The new Bronco Sport rides through its opening year with four versions to choose from: Bronco Sport Base, Bronco Sport Big Bend™, Bronco Sport Outer Banks™, and Bronco Sport Badlands™. This comparison takes a quick dive into each Bronco Sport trim levels and the advantages they offer drivers shopping from the stable. Keep reading for more information on the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport lineup to learn more, or keep your eyes peeled for the fall 2020 arrival of the Baby Bronco in our inventory here at Akins Ford.(more…)
Is the New Ford Bronco Made in the USA?
With production for the Ford Bronco Sport scheduled to start next month, anticipation is at an all-time high for Ford fans looking to get a closer look at the revamped Bronco stable. Keep reading to learn more about where the all-new 2021 Ford Bronco and the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport are being built.(more…)
2021 Ford Bronco Sport Cargo Volume and Specifications
The new Baby Bronco has been catching headlines for its exclusive off-road content, but the ultimate adventure SUV needs to have the cargo space to back it up. But don’t worry, the Bronco Sport promises more than enough cubic feet to get it all from point A to point B. Discover just how much this compact rock crawler offers when we uncover the cargo space specifications of the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport.(more…)