Most significant changes: Powder-coated front bumper with integrated tow hooks and foglights, slide-out table for tailgating and tube doors, which replace the panels with structural tubes, are new options; Sasquatch Package now available with manual transmission; two new colors; First Edition discontinued
Pricing: $30,795 to start for base Bronco two-door, $50,970 to start for four-door Wildtrak (prices include destination); prices up $250 to $800, trim depending
On sale: Now
Which should you buy, 2021 or 2022? Minimal changes aside from a price increase could make the 2021 model a better buy, but limited availability and high demand might make it hard to find.
Reintroduced to Ford’s lineup for 2021 after last being sold in 1996, the Bronco returns for 2022 with more off-road options and the Sasquatch Package on SUVs equipped with a manual transmission. Ford officials also promised the introduction of a Raptor variant in 2022, though no further details have emerged since. (Note that this article details the larger of the two Bronco models; we cover the smaller Bronco Sport separately.)