2021 Ford Bronco Sport vs 2020 Jeep Renegade 

2021 Ford Bronco Sport vs 2020 Jeep Renegade

We usually like to group rivals by class, but the Bronco Sport and Renegade are a great matchup for more reasons than size. They’re both boxy, off-road capable, and priced perfectly for entry-level adventurers. So of course the debut of the new Bronco Sport has us eager to test who has the lead in the way of off-road prowess.

You can find the results of this matchup in our comparison of the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport versus the 2020 Jeep Renegade from the team at Akins Ford. 

 



2021 Ford Bronco Sport 

vs

2020 Jeep Renegade 

$28,155 Starting MSRP $22,375 
181 - 245 hp Engine Horsepower 175 200 hp 
4x4 Standard Drivetrain FWD Standard (4x4 Optional)
7.8 - 8.8 inches Ground Clearance 6.7 - 8.7 inches 

2021 Ford Bronco Sport Advantages 

The Bronco Sport and the Renegade both qualify as subcompact, but there’s still some discrepancies in space. More specifically, the 2021 Ford Bronco has 3.2 cubic feet more passenger space (58.0 cu ft vs 54.8 cu ft) and a whopping 13.5 cubic feet more cargo space (32.0 cu ft vs 18.5 cu ft) than the Renegade SUV. If you need to carry a lot of stuff, the Bronco Sport should be high on the shopping list. 

But let’s not kid ourselves, you’re here for the off-road features. You’re in luck because the so-called Baby Bronco has plenty. Regardless which trim level you choose, the Ford Bronco Sport has five standard drive modes (Sand, Slippery, Sport, Eco, Normal), plus optional Mud/Ruts and Rock Crawl modes on the Bronco Sport Badlands. You get the standard Advanced 4x4 system with a class-exclusive twin-clutch rear-drive unit and differential lock feature, and a class-exclusive Trail Control™ system is available as well. 

For more information on the first-ever Ford Bronco Sport or any other model in the lineup, drivers in the Atlanta area can contact our team of brand representatives at Akins Ford in Winder, GA. 


The Bronco Sport and the Renegade both qualify as subcompact, but there’s still some discrepancies in space. More specifically, the 2021 Ford Bronco has 3.2 cubic feet more passenger space (58.0 cu ft vs 54.8 cu ft) and a whopping 13.5 cubic feet more cargo space (32.0 cu ft vs 18.5 cu ft) than the Renegade SUV. If you need to carry a lot of stuff, the Bronco Sport should be high on the shopping list. 

But let’s not kid ourselves, you’re here for the off-road features. You’re in luck because the so-called Baby Bronco has plenty. Regardless which trim level you choose, the Ford Bronco Sport has five standard drive modes (Sand, Slippery, Sport, Eco, Normal), plus optional Mud/Ruts and Rock Crawl modes on the Bronco Sport Badlands. You get the standard Advanced 4x4 system with class-exclusive twin-clutch rear-drive unit and differential lock feature, and a class-exclusive Trail Control™ system is available as well. 

For more information on the first-ever Ford Bronco Sport or any other model in the lineup, drivers in the Atlanta area can contact our team of brand representatives at Akins Ford in Winder, GA.