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The All-New 2021 Bronco and Bronco Sport: Built Wild For Penticton


Let us tell you, it feels good when a true legend returns, and after a nearly 25-year absence, Ford’s Bronco is back to serve as the iconic 4x4 utility vehicle the industry has been sorely lacking.

Ford revealed the highly anticipated 2021 Bronco lineup at their much-ballyhooed July 2020 broadcast on National Geographic, ESPN, and ABC. Now, Canadians throughout Penticton, B.C., and beyond have the opportunity to reserve their ownership of one (or more!) of these mighty machines.

Read on for our full breakdown of the all-new 2021 Bronco and Bronco Sport or CLICK HERE to skip to the reservation process.

buy a 2021 ford bronco in penticton Meet the 2021 Bronco

First released in 1966 and famous for its appearance at the 1969 Baja 1000 motorsport race, the Bronco is back in a two-door variant and, for the first time, a four-door model. While these machines carry forward the classic iconography, style cues, and peerless off-road capability of their predecessors, much has changed since 1996—and all for the better.

Go Further, Faster in the New Bronco

Live for speed? Need that rush of adrenaline every time you press down the pedal? Dying to move past, through, or over any barrier?

Great. Ford’s got you.

The new 2021 Bronco comes standard with a potent powertrain. It’s loaded with a 2.3L four-cylinder EcoBoost engine that thrills with 310 lb.-ft. of torque paired with 270 horsepower.

Want something even beefier? Prepare to have your expectations exceeded thanks to the available 2.7L EcoBoost V6, which is primed to electrify your senses with a planned 310 HP and 400 lb.-ft. of torque. And with the option of a segment-exclusive 7-speed manual transmission in tandem with an available automatic, you’ll be able to drive the way you want every time out on the trail.

G.O.A.T. Tackles Any Obstacle in B.C.

Engines and transmissions are massively important but they’re not the only piece of the puzzle. You can’t have a true trail-warrior machine on your hands without the latitude to mix things up on the fly, adapting to whatever the conditions call for. That’s why the Big Blue Oval has over-delivered with the integration of eight selectable driver modes, or what they refer to as G.O.A.T. ("Go Over Any Type of Terrain”).

  • Normal driving mode keeps the 2021 Bronco at base settings.
  • Eco emphasizes more economical operations in the rare event you choose to prioritize fuel economy over performance.
  • Sport ups the ante by ensuring you’re ready for performance-related tasks.
  • Slippery and Sand both put a premium on traction when dealing with the conditions that bear their namesake.

Each of Baja, Mud/Ruts, and Rock Crawl are specifically tuned for off-roading, with Rock Crawl engaging the onboard computers to make real-time decisions on the driver’s behalf, including locking the differentials, disengaging traction control, disconnecting the sway bar, and more.

buy a 2021 ford bronco in pentictonThe 4x4 System(s) You Always Dreamed Of

Why develop one fantastic 4x4 system when you can develop two?

Apparently, that was Ford’s thinking with the 2021 Bronco. As you whip around Penticton and tackle the trails of B.C. and Canada, you’ll be gifted the pleasure of doing so in one of two separate 4x4 systems.

The 2021 Bronco’s base 4x4 system leverages a two-speed, electronic shift, on-the-fly transfer case. By contrast, the available advanced 4x4 system raises the stakes via the use of a two-speed electromechanical transfer case, complete with an auto mode for on-demand engagement and 2H/4H selection.

Oh, did we mention these machines have a best-in-class 94.75:1 crawl ratio and the option for segment-exclusive 35-inch tires? That’s right—Ford ain’t playing around.

Wherever You Go, Go Boldly, Penticton

One of the niftiest aspects of the 2021 Bronco is its modular nature. Owners will be able to break down both the two-door and four-door models as they see fit. Want an open roof to feel the breeze? You got it. Not feeling doors on a particular day? No problem!

That’s right. Select models of the new Bronco support quick-swap doors that come with a fast-release mechanism—and they’re even stowable! The roof panels operate in a similar, no-muss, no-fuss fashion, ensuring you’re always ready to embrace the wild at a moment’s notice.

Click here to learn more about the six different trims of the 2021 Bronco. Both the two-door and four-door models become available early next year; use the form at the bottom of this page to reserve yours now!


buy a 2021 ford bronco sport  in penticton2021 Bronco Sport Ready to Rock Penticton

Looking for something a little more familiar? Want a SUV dedicated to the trails that doubles as a dynamic daily driver? Well, your search is over.

The 2021 Bronco Sport will take you from scenic shores to concrete jungles thanks to the rugged, tried-and-true Ford C2 platform. This compact chassis has already been put through its paces and is a certified winner for making the most of every adventure.

Segment-Best HP and Torque

The title says it all. The stylish Bronco Sport offers a heck of a ride, with a standard 1.5-liter three-cylinder and an available 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbo. The former impresses with 181 HP and 190 lb-ft of torque, while the latter thrills with 245 HP and 275 lb-ft of torque. An eight-speed automatic is offered all around.

Oh, and those horsepower and torque numbers in the 2.0L four-banger? They represent best-in-class performance.

Class-Exclusive Milestones

Ford is truly setting the pace for the rest of the industry with the all-new 2021 Bronco Sport. “Class-exclusive” is going to be a phrase you come to know well over the coming months.

First up is Trail Control™ technology. This class-exclusive system bolsters off-road performance by enabling a cruise-control-style experience. You’ll be able to go up to 20 MPH forward and 6 MPH in reverse in semi-autonomous fashion—the vehicle will handle throttle and braking for you within this set range.

The twin-clutch rear-drive unit with differential lock architecture is unique within its class to the new Bronco Sport (First Edition and Badlands models only). There’s also cargo area to accommodate two 27.5-inch-wheel mountain bikes, more than 100 factory-backed accessories, and a safari-style roof. And yep, you guessed it—each feature is either class-exclusive or best-in-class.

Each of the four available trims of the 2021 Bronco Sport will be available later in 2020.

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Reserve Your 2021 Bronco in Penticton, B.C.

 

Skaha Ford is your one-stop-shop for all things Bronco and Bronco Sport. No matter the model you’re interested in adding to your garage, we’re here to make it happen.

Simply fill out the short form below to begin the reservation process for your 2021 Bronco or Bronco Sport. We can’t wait to get started with you—and are thrilled to have you on-board for adventure!

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