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If you’re looking for a new SUV that can test the limits on your Wilsonville, Woodburn, and Portland, Oregon, adventures, two models fit the bill perfectly. The new Jeep Wrangler and Ford Bronco are both iconic rides that are ready to take you down any unbeaten path.
How do you know which one is better for you? The team at Wilsonville Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram (CDJR) is here to help. Below, you’ll find our 2021 Jeep Wrangler vs. Ford Bronco head-to-head comparison. This allows you to see these models side by side, so you can make an educated decision based on fact! Let’s jump right in.
The Wrangler and Bronco wouldn’t be adventure vehicles without some expert engineering under the hood. Though there are many similarities between these SUVs, there are even more differences.
The Ford Bronco is powered by a 2.3L EcoBoost® engine that gives you up to 270 horsepower for an exhilarating ride. However, the Jeep Wrangler with its tried-and-true 3.6L Pentastar® engine tops that, delivering an impressive 285 horsepower for even more oomph.
A similar theme continues when looking at their upgraded engines. With the available 2.7L EcoBoost® engine, the Bronco revs up a whopping 400 lb-ft of torque. Once again, however, that’s no test for the Wrangler. With the Wrangler’s available 3.0L EcoDiesel engine, you’ll experience 442 lb-ft of torque on and off the road.
The differences don’t end there, either.
|2021 Jeep Wrangler||2021 Ford Bronco|
|Towing Capacity (when properly equipped)||3,500 pounds||3,500 pounds|
The Jeep Wrangler and the Ford Bronco both give drivers a unique way to explore the unknown. With features that not only help everyday driving but tough situations, as well, these models can hold their own on the road.
Inside, you’ll find incredible standard and available amenities in both models, including:
The 2021 Wrangler and Bronco both also boast removable doors for a more immersive experience while behind the wheel. However, the Jeep SUV takes it a step further with its available fold-down windshield. This allows you to really get in tune with nature and drive in a brand-new way.
With your doors off and windows down, your set of wheels is bound to see a little dirt (or a lot). This is why the Wrangler has installed 1-way drain valves and water-resistant carpets in the interior. Simply hose it down after your jaunt, let it dry, and your Jeep will be clean for your next journey.
The Ford Bronco offers integrated drain valves. However, instead of stylish and innovative water-resistant carpeting, you’ll have to settle for rubberized washable flooring instead.
It’s clear that both the Wrangler and Bronco are off-roading champions. However, with more power and strength behind the wheel, plenty of customization options, and a suite of adventure amenities, we think you’re going to have more fun in the 2021 Wrangler.
To see for yourself, drivers in the Wilsonville, Woodburn, and Portland, OR, areas can schedule a test drive at Wilsonville CDJR today!