The most obvious difference between the all-new Bronco and Bronco Sport is the size, but despite sharing many features and design cues, these two models are completely different. As a Ford dealer in Taylor, MI, we're here to help you choose the option that is best for your lifestyle and budget. We provide information on both these exciting models so that you can find the right match for your daily driving around Detroit.

Learn more about the differences between the Bronco and Bronco Sport.

Performance

If you're interested in maximizing your power and off-roading capability, the new Bronco could be the right choice for you. The Bronco comes with a standard 270-horsepower 2.3-liter engine, while the Bronco Sport offers a 1.5-liter engine that delivers 181 horsepower.

Both vehicles come with 4x4 systems and two transfer cases each, but the Bronco performs better off-road while the Bronco Sport delivers a smoother driving experience on the pavement.

Technology

The new Bronco will come with the latest SYNC® 4 system, while the Bronco Sport comes with SYNC® 3 system. Drivers around Riverview, MI, can still expect a wide array of highly sophisticated connectivity and infotainment features, but the SYNC® 4 system comes with wireless Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ and over-the-air updates.

Design

Despite the Bronco being overall larger than the Bronco Sport, the Bronco Sport fits between the two-door and four-door Bronco configurations when it comes to length. The Bronco is the only model that allows for maximum airflow with three hard- and soft-top designs, which include removable doors and roof panels.

A Common Goal

The Bronco and Bronco Sport Share the mission of taking their driver's further off the beaten path around Romulus, MI, with class-leading capabilities. Learn more about the new 2021 Ford Bronco and reserve yours today!

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