The Ford Bronco was revived for 2021 after more than two decades in hiding. Along with its smaller sibling, the Ford Bronco Sport, the Bronco injects a much-needed bit of spice into Ford's SUV lineup. The big Bronco is aimed squarely at off-roaders including the Jeep Wrangler and Toyota 4Runner, and it features one of the most eye-catching designs we've seen in years. SUVs are more popular than ever before, and we're glad to have even more personality in this segment.
Like the Wrangler, the Bronco has removable doors and roof, so you can drive topless for that extra bit of sunshine while on the street or tackling a trail. Also like the Jeep, the Bronco is available in two- and four-door body styles. The Bronco offers a pair of turbocharged engines, four-wheel drive, and a seven-speed manual transmission for those who want to row their own gears. Even more exciting for die-hard off-road enthusiasts is the Sasquatch trim, which stands as a capable rival to both the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon and the Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro. The Bronco's pseudo-retro exterior design carries on inside the cabin, with lots of classic touches to complement the modern features, driver aids and in-car tech.