You’ve always loved the look of the 2021 Jeep Wrangler, but you also think the 2021 Ford Bronco looks incredibly cool. Which one will you pick to ride around Clinton, Adrian, and Tecumseh, Michigan?
You need to find out, and LaFontaine Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Clinton put together this comparison to weigh their features against each other.
Jeep Wrangler vs Ford Bronco: Trim Levels
Let’s break it down to variety. The Jeep Wrangler offers 14 trim levels! That’s a gold standard in variety and gives you multiple options to zero in on your favorite and the one that goes with your personality.
The six standard trim levels are Sport, Sport S, RHD, Sahara, Rubicon, and Rubicon 392. You can also choose from eight limited edition trims: Willys, Willys Sport, High Altitude, Islander, 80th Anniversary, Freedom, Sport Altitude, and Sahara Altitude.
For the Ford Bronco, it matches the number of trims of the Jeep with six: Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, Badlands, and Wildtrak. Only one limited edition trim follows, the First Edition, which is not available anymore.
Jeep Wrangler vs Ford Bronco: Dimensions
When you’re looking at available space in your cabin, you want enough to please both you and your crew. The Wrangler supplies you with 104 cubic feet of passenger volume. Front headroom reaches 42.6 inches, while rear headroom extends to 41.7 inches. You’ll also get 57.7 inches of rear shoulder room.
The Bronco’s passenger volume of 99 cubic feet is five fewer than that of the Wrangler. In front, the headroom is 41 inches, while the back offers 39.8 inches. Expect much less rear shoulder room, too, at 51.8 inches.
Jeep Wrangler vs Ford Bronco: Safety
Plenty of safety features exist in both the Jeep and the Ford, so you’re set up with enough armor for any tough drives you take. We found two distinct ones in the Wrangler, though, that you simply will not find in the Bronco.
An available Forward-Facing Off-Road Camera comes in the Jeep. When you’re driving into hard-to-see foliage on an off-roading excursion, this specialized camera expands how far you can see, so you know what’s coming ahead. Anything past that will appear on your Uconnect® touchscreen.
Extra parking guidance in the Wrangler originates with the optional ParkSense® Rear Park Assist System. You will be notified through audible alerts about any obstacles in your way when parking or backing into a tight spot. No comparable devices or systems are found in the Ford.
Jeep Wrangler vs Ford Bronco: Performance
The engine choices you get in the Jeep Wrangler differ from those you get in the Ford Bronco. Choose among the standard 3.6L Pentastar® V6 engine with eTorque and three available powertrains: the 3.6L Pentastar® V6 with Engine Stop/Start (ESS) technology, a 2.0L Turbo 4-cylinder with ESS, and an optional 3.0L EcoDiesel V6.
If you’re interested in the Ford, choose between the 2.3L EcoBoost® I-4 and 2.7L EcoBoost® V6.
2021 Jeep Wrangler vs 2021 Ford Bronco
Get the look you want with the 2021 Jeep Wrangler or the 2021 Ford Bronco. If you’re looking for more than that to get around Clinton, Adrian, and Tecumseh, MI, make sure you examine the differences before taking the plunge. To try out the rugged performance and get a demonstration of the Jeep features, contact LaFontaine CDJR of Clinton to schedule a test drive.