2021 Ford

Bronco First Edition

--Cactus Grey with leather and vinyl trim Grey with Navy seat inserts and Blac carpeting, 15 delivery miles, 330 HP Twin Turbo 2.7 liter EcoBoost V6 engine, 10-speedf automatic transmission.

The return of the Bronco legend. With more than 125,000 orders waiting to be delivered, the new Bronco clearly has this country captivated. The top, the doors, the fender flares, and even the fenders are easily removable. Propulsion comes from a 330-hp twin-turbo 2.7-liter V-6 paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission.

The Bronco is far more refined than its competitor, the Jeep Wrangler. The Ford is miles ahead when it comes to steering precision, thanks largely to its more sophisticated independent front suspension and rack-and-pinion setup. The 6.3-second to 60-mph eclipses the time of the Wranglers even though the Bronco carries hundreds more pounds of weight.

There's almost never a universal consensus on styling, but the Bronco is about as close as vehicles come to a unanimous hit. Ford pays homage to the original Bronco of the mid-1960s, yet the new truck doesn't come off at all dated, the two-door packs incredible visual presents.

Ford has gone to great lengths to make the Bronco approachable off-road, too, with a drive-mode dial that adjusts the four-wheel-drive system and, where equipped, the front and rear electronically locking differentials and the front anti-roll-bar disconnect. It also modifies throttle response and steering effort. Just choose the surface you're on and go. What is most impressive is the fact that Ford's reimagined Bronco is refined particularly on the road, where the majority of buyers will be driving most of the time.

From Car & Driver road test, “The steering isn't just good for a big body-on-frame off-roader rolling on knobby all-terrain tires. It's good compared with countless pickups, crossovers, and sedans. I have no idea how Ford pulled this off, but Jeep better figure it out quickly. Ford, you nailed the dynamics and styling, putting the Bronco so close to retro perfection. Thanks to the Bronco, hardcore off-roaders no longer have a reason to tolerate the Wrangler's 1940s-era slop.”

With delivery miles, this First Edition Bronco is as new and comes with its books, manuals, extra keys, remotes as well as the remainder of its factory 3 year/36,000 mile basic, 5 years/60,000 mile powertrain warranty.

Price: $84,500