New 2021 Ford Bronco at Berglund Ford of Bedford
New 2021 Ford Bronco
New 2021 Ford Bronco
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Meet the Ford Bronco in Bedford, VA

Few cars reach such a legendary status as the , and the legend is back to win over even more drivers. The Bronco got its start as a 4x4 in the mid-1960s and later evolved into a more truck-like vehicle and finally an early Sports Utility Vehicle before it was discontinued in the mid-1990s.

The all-new Bronco is a 4x4 SUV that's ready to take on its fiercest competitors and hit all of Virginia's toughest off-road trails. If you're ready to learn more about the Ford Bronco, feel free to at . Our team is up-to-date on all things Bronco and would love to chat with you about this new off-roading legend.

What's New in the 2021 Ford Bronco?

As the Bronco is "new" to the market for the 2021 model year, everything about this 4x4 is new. The Bronco takes several styling cues - including its rounded headlights and boxy shape - from the original Bronco as a nod to its roots. Plus, with all of the growth in the automotive industry since the last Bronco model, it's safe to say that this is the most advanced Bronco yet.

For this model year there are seven trim levels:

  • Base
  • Big Bend
  • Black Diamond
  • Outer Banks
  • Wildtrak
  • Badlands
  • First Edition

Though the Bronco is built to tackle any trail with its high fording depth and Goes Over Any Terrain (G.O.A.T) modes, the Bronco is just as adept at tackling your daily commute. A comfortable interior, multiple body sizes, and plenty of cutting-edge technology ensure that each and every ride in the 2021 Ford Bronco is a good one.

In addition to the seven trim levels, you'll find that the various packages available for the 2021 model year will help you customize your Ford Bronco from the inside out. Whether you're opting for extra off-roading gear or leather upholstery you'll be driving exactly the Bronco you want to drive.

History of the Ford Bronco

The original Ford Bronco roared onto the streets in 1966 ready to compete with other popular 4x4 vehicles. The first Bronco models were nothing to sneer at with a 92-inch wheelbase, coil springs, and a manual transmission with an available V8 for those wanting an extra boost of power.

The Bronco was quite the trail tackler as well as quite the racing machine with wins in the 1971 and 1972 Baja 1000. Bill Stroppe was the driver behind these wins, and Ford capitalized on the attention by creating a limited-edition Baja Bronco that was painted and equipped like Stroppe's custom model.

The Bronco has seen many forms over the years, but it never fails to be a capable driver on any road.

Why Buy From Berglund Ford of Bedford

Here at , we take pride in offering some of the best customer service you'll find. We know that finding a new car can be a stressful process which is why we do everything we can to ensure that your shopping experience is easy and stress-free at our dealership. We make it easy to find an incredible Ford model for a great price here at Berglund Ford of Bedford.

When you're ready to take the next steps towards securing your dream Ford Bronco, contact us or visit our dealership at . We'll make the process easy and stress-free from start to finish!