It might be the most anticipated reveal of the year. The re-introduction of the Ford Bronco to Riverside drivers. The 2021 Ford Bronco is unlike any SUV you've ever seen. The transformation this legendary off-roader has gone through is nothing short of miraculous. It has evolved into something far superior to anything currently driving around the backroads and streets of Riverside. But we can pour superlatives on this spectacular SUV all day long. We're guessing you want something a little more tangible to help guide you through its re-entry to Riverside County.

Ford has enhanced the Bronco's iconic shape and design by offering the traditional two-door Bronco but adding a four-door variety. Each allows you to customize your ride by letting you take off the roof and doors on those warm Southern California days and clear nights. Most of the state-of-the-art features found on the all-new Bronco are geared to making sure you have the best time when the roads get rocky.

Bronco Base

The starter pack of the Ford Bronco brings you just about everything you could want in an off-road SUV. Standard four-wheel drive and an electronic two-speed transfer case ensure nothing stands in your way when you venture off the paved road. It comes powered with the 270 Horsepower EcoBoost inline-four, and a smooth-shifting seven-speed Getrag manual transmission. This would be considered the upgrade on most any other SUV. All-season tires are capable of handling any weather conditions you may encounter, even when you get out of town for the weekend.

Bronco Big Bend

Do you like the look and feel of leather? How about some heated seats? The second trim of the Bronco lineup offers those features and then some. The leather-wrapped steering wheel, aluminum wheels, and heated seats are a huge step up in sophistication from the base. It also adds a power inverter and remote start, just for good measure. Want more power? The optional 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 brings you 310 horsepower to tackle any road, no matter how dusty.

Black Diamond

This might be the closest thing to an armored car Ford makes available to Riverside drivers. A strong front bumper and bash plates protect your Bronco from those unexpected boulders that may confront you. It comes ready for any adventure with vinyl seats and rubberized flooring, making it easy to hose out. Seven driving modes make any terrain possible to tame.

Bronco Outer Banks

Why surrender luxury for performance? The Outer Banks is a great example of how to bring the two aspects together. Heated front-row bucket seats and dual-zone climate control provide the comfort you crave. It brings its own look to the roster and adds Ford's Co-Pilot360 safety package.

Bronco Wildtrak

When you need to head out to dirt roads of Anza-Borrego, the Wildtrak is the Bronco you take. 35-inch mud-terrain tires and locking front and rear axles highlight this thrill-seeking SUV. The Baja driving mode is ideal for desert cruising or dune hoping.

Bronco Badlands

When a trim has its own suspension, you know it is ready for action. A hydraulic front sway bar and 17-inch aluminum wheels show you mean business. Upfitter switches give you the flexibility to customize your Bronco. There is so much more to this model to explore; you have to see it to love it.

Because it is a Bronco, fans were expecting it to be able to traverse most any environment across Riverside. But surely even the Bronco's biggest supporters weren't expecting to discover so many unique features unveiled. But even the standard technology is enough to convince those who aren't wild at heart, the Bronco is the SUV for them. It is time to head to Fritts Ford so you can start thinking about where the all-new Ford Bronco can take you.

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