How the 2021 Jeep Wrangler Outshines the 2021 Ford Bronco

The Jeep Wrangler vs. The Ford Bronco

For adventurous types, having a good off-road vehicle is a must. Being able to switch from the pavement to a dirt path changes everything. That is why curious drivers will take the time to consider their options. However, if you are considering the 2021 Ford Bronco, think again. It is a much wiser choice to go with the 2021 Jeep® Wrangler.

Performance and Capability

When it comes to performance near Charlotte, some might be quick to point out the Bronco's edge. With a 270 horsepower turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine, and an available 310 horsepower twin-turbocharged 2.7-liter V6 engine, it is hard to argue against the Bronco. However, while those engines beat out the Wrangler's gas engines, they do not beat out its torque. The Wrangler's 260 horsepower turbodiesel 3.0-liter V6 engine pumps out 442 pound-feet of torque, which handily beats the Ford Bronco. Plus, the Hemi V8 may be coming to the Wrangler in the future, which would only make the Wrangler more appealing.

Interior Design

On the inside of each vehicle, there are plenty of features to go around. However, the Wrangler once again edges out a win here near Fort Mill. Take cleaning the inside, for example. The Bronco makes it easy to clean up dirt, mud, and other things with washable, rubberized floors with integrated drains and marine-grade vinyl seating. The Wrangler takes it one step further, allowing its weather-resistant carpet to be removed, and it adds a one-way floor drain to allow water to flush out easily. And while both sets of seats are comfortable, the Wrangler adds available heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, and even heated exterior mirrors to help combat the cold.

Modifications

When it comes to modifying either the Jeep Wrangler or the Ford Bronco, the sheer volume of modifications available for the Wrangler outweighs the Bronco's humble accessory lineup near Rock Mill. There is no waiting to figure out what you will need or want both inside and out with the Wrangler. And yet there will be a wait for the Bronco as people figure out what is needed and what isn't.

Mirrors, Windshields, and More

For off-roaders like the Jeep Wrangler and Ford Bronco, taking off the doors is just a fact of life at this point. Not only does it allow the cabin to be open to nature, but it makes sure these SUVs don't have excess weight and objects that could get caught on tree branches, like side mirrors. While the Jeep Wrangler has these mirrors on the removable doors, the Bronco keeps them on the cowl. This only presents a problem for most off-roaders: those mirrors may make it difficult to maneuver in tighter paths out in the wild. On top of this, the Jeep Wrangler also features a fold-down windshield, which the Bronco does not. Not only does this give the Wrangler more character, but it just adds to the accessibility of the Wrangler near Lincolnton.

Tough Competition

It is tough to compete with the Jeep Wrangler when choosing an SUV for outdoor road trips. Now, it is currently the better vehicle, offering more than the Ford Bronco. Drivers with a taste for nature and the natural world are better served by picking up the Jeep Wrangler. If you want to get a closer look at the 2021 Jeep Wrangler, come visit us at Gastonia Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram for a test drive. You will see firsthand how the Wrangler handles itself out on the road and off the road.

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