The Bronco Sport has been a hit for Ford! It’s available in 4 different trim levels, comes with standard 4 wheel drive, and is reminiscent of the early 2000’s Escape. The base trim level of the Bronco Sport, the Bronco Sport Base comes loaded with options – from the 1.5L turbocharged engine to the standard Sync3 media screen that offers Android Auto and Apple Car Play. In this video, Steve from Cars With Steve will teach you all about the features of the base version of the Bronco Sport and why it’s a great buy at a competitive price point.
2021 Bronco Sport Base Reviewed: – Base 101a package – Shadow Black exterior.
00:00 – Introduction of 2021 Bronco vs Bronco Sport 00:30 – Bronco Sport – Exterior Styling 02:25 – Bronco – Exterior Styling 04:15 – Bro00:00 – Introduction 01:10 – Exterior Styling 02:25 – Under the hood – engines, horsepower and torque 04:05 – Rear styling and key fob 04:45 – Liftgate and cargo dimensions 08:00 – Standard technology and Tow Capacity 08:25 – Fuel quality and economy 08:45 – 2nd row space and features 10:30 – Drivers Door, Running Lamps and Driver’s Seat 11:40 – 1st-row first impression 13:35 – Steering Wheel and Instrument Cluster 14:20 – Sync3 Media Screen and Center Stack 19:10 – Test drive 23:45 – Final Thoughts and bloopers
A Bronco Sport for Every Adventurer
Calling all travelers, explorers, and the wild at heart everywhere. Bronco Sport offers four available models to match the way you experience the outdoors.