Starting at $42,095, the 2021 Ford Bronco Badlands 2-door model has seating for four, a 7-speed manual transmission, and up to 270 horsepower for you to make use of. This model can be best described as off-road optimized, which is why we will focus on three performance features below. Keep reading to learn about the front stabilizer bar, electronic-locking axles, and advanced 4x4 system of the 2021 Ford Bronco Badlands with Sherwood Ford.
The front stabilizer bar disconnect is an available feature unique to segment design. It helps the 2021 Ford Bronco Badlands increase stability and durability as it climbs up and over larger obstacles. The 2021 Ford Bronco Badlands is able and ready to do some rock climbing with you, and this front stabilizer bar is a much-needed feature for driving on rocky terrain.
How does the front stabilizer bar disconnect work? It essentially allows the front bar to split into two sections. This allows your wheels to move more separately, which can be a great option for off-road driving. You’ll want to use this feature while off-road driving at low speeds.
Everyone who drives off-road knows the importance of electronic-locking axles. The 2021 Ford Bronco Badlands features available front and rear electronic-locking differential locks for its wheel axles. This can help to improve your vehicle's traction and off-road performance. This is a great feature that helps you to move over many terrains, including mud or water. Make sure to always determine the depth of the water before attempting to drive through it, as stream and puddle depth can look deceptively shallow
There is nothing that beats the advanced 4x4 system on the 2021 Ford Bronco Badlands. It comes with automatic on-demand engagement, meaning that you can worry less while your vehicle does the hard work of determining when it is needed. This system uses a two-speed Transfer Case and works together with the electronic-locking axles to get you where you need to go.
Plus, the advanced 4x4 system comes with four drive modes and a Neutral mode. The four drive modes are optimized for different road conditions. The system can increase or decrease wheel torque as needed depending on the drive mode you choose and the conditions that it senses.