2021 Ford Bronco Sport trim breakdown | How the five trims differ

3 min read
fairly easy
Just like its larger cousin and its many and varied trims, the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport is available in a multitude of configurations. Jeep has dipped its toe into a similar thing with its crossovers, but Ford is taking a page straight out of the big Bronco with its trim lineup for the Bronco Sport.
See Full Image Gallery >>

In total, there will be five trims available at launch: Base, Big Bend, Outer Banks, Badlands and First Edition. The First Edition trim is limited to just 2,000 initial vehicles, so we won't be seeing many of those, and it won't be around in the second year.

In this breakdown, we'll cover all five trims, their features and the corresponding prices.


View photos

It starts at $28,155 for the Base Bronco Sport. You get the 1.5-liter turbocharged three-cylinder engine and eight-speed automatic transmission here — four-wheel drive is standard. The flat black-painted grille and black Bronco badge is your first hint that this version is the…
Zac Palmer
Read full article