When it comes to the all new 2021, it’s Big brother vs. Little Brother and Valley Ford Truck is here to help you make the right choice.

Bronco enthusiasts are excited to know more about the 2021 Ford Bronco and the smaller 2021 Ford Bronco Sport. While these new Ford Broncos have a lot in common, there are some key differences. We will take a closer look at the Bronco vs. Bronco Sport to uncover these differences.

Wheel Base

The Ford Bronco Sport has a wheel base of 105.1 inches which is actually longer then the Full size Bronco, but that’s about it. The height, width and length of the Bronco Sport all measure smaller than the 2 door full size Bronco.

  • Full size Bronco 2-door: 173.7 L, 71.9 H and 86.2 W (inch.)
  • Full size Bronco 4-door: 189.4 L, 73.0 H and 86.2 W (inch.)
  • Bronco Sport (base): 172.7 L, 70.2 H and 82.2 W (inch.)

Performance and power

The full size Bronco gives you a choice of a 2.3L turbocharged EcoBoost 4 cylinder engine which provides 270 horsepower and 310 lbs. of torque and a 2.7L twin turbocharged EcoBoost 6 cylinder engine which provides 310 horsepower and 400 lbs. of torque.

The Bronco Sport gives you a 1.5L EcoBoost 3 cylinder engine which provides 181 horsepower and 190 lbs. of torque and a 2.0L EcoBoost 4 cylinder which provides 245 horsepower and 275 lbs. of torque.

Transmissions

The full size Bronco gives you a choice of a 10 speed automatic which was produced with the help of GM, or a 7 speed manual which offers a very low gear for intense off-roading capabilities.

The Bronco Sport offers the same 8 speed automatic that is in the Ford Escape.

Chassis

The Bronco Sport front suspension offers an independent MacPherson strut-type with stabilizer bar, twin-tube hydraulic gas-pressurized shocks and a rear suspension which offers an independent double lateral link semi-trailing arm with a stabilizer bar, springs and hydraulic gas- pressurized shocks. The traction assist offers AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control on both Bronco sport and the full size Bronco. The Bronco sport and the full size Bronco share the same power 4-wheel disc brakes with Anti-Lock Brake System.

The full size Bronco’s front suspension consists of HOSS or High-Performance, Off-Road, Stability, Suspension System with twin alloy A-arms and coil-over springs for optimum off-road stability and control with available HOSS System with Bilstein Position-Sensitive Dampers. The rear suspension consists of solid five-link rear axle HOSS with coil-over springs for optimum off-road capability and durability with available HOSS System with Bilstein Position-Sensitive Dampers.

Body Style

The full size Bronco offers a fully open or fully closed option. You can remove all the panels, like the doors and roof, and even store the doors inside of the vehicle.

The Bronco Sport only offers models with permanently attached roof and doors.

Technology

The full sized Bronco comes standard with SYNC 4, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay while the Bronco Sport comes standard with SYNC 3 not 4. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are also standard on the Bronco Sport.

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