2021 Ford Bronco vs 2021 Toyota 4Runner
The 2021 Ford Bronco may be the new kid on the block these days, but it’s no outsider by any means. It’s built to challenge even the most gifted off-roaders, and it does just that with loads of industry-first tech, standard removable doors and roof panels, and unrelenting capability through and through. And opting for available 35-inch tires with the so-called Sasquatch Pack will get you class-leading titles across the board.
Don’t believe us? See the difference in our comparison of the 2021 Ford Bronco versus the 2021 Toyota 4Runner.
2021 Ford Bronco
2021 Toyota 4Runner
|$28,500 2-Door, $33,200 4-Door||Starting MSRP||$37,515|
|270 hp, 310 lb-ft||Engine Horsepower / Torque||270 hp, 278 lb-ft|
|8.3 - 11.5 inches||Ground Clearance||9.6 inches|
|4x4 Standard||Drivetrain||RWD Standard (4x4 Optional)|
Why Are Off-Road Enthusiasts Choosing the 2021 Ford Bronco?
When we say the Bronco is the best at what it does, we mean it has the figures to prove it. The 2021 Ford Bronco reels in a best-in-class 37.2-degree departure angle, best-in-class 29-degree breakover angle, best-in-class 11.6-inch maximum ground clearance, and best-in-class water fording up to 33.5 inches deep. The Bronco also has a multitude of off-road specialized technology like the Terrain Management System with GOAT (Goes Over Any Type of Terrain) drive modes, electronic-locking front and rear axles, a disconnecting front stabilizer bar, and its Advanced 4x4 System with automatic on-demand engagement.
It’s hard to beat a package like that, but if anything stands a chance in this matchup it’s the 2021 Toyota 4Runner TRD. The TRD is an off-road specialized version of the 4Runner with standard four-wheel-drive, a locking rear differential, and Multi-Terrain Select. Even at its best, the 4Runner doesn’t handle quite as well. It has a body-on-frame construction, is harsh over bumps, and leans hard when diving through corners. The Bronco is designed to be taken off-road, but the 4Runner is more of an everyday SUV with a part-time gig on the trails.
For more information on the new 2021 Ford Bronco, interested parties in the Atlanta area can contact the team at Akins Ford in Winder, GA using the form below.