2021 Jeep Wrangler vs. 2021 Ford Bronco

2021 Jeep Wrangler vs. 2021 Ford Bronco

$37,765 MSRP

Starting Price

$40,499 MSRP

Removable Doors


Hybrid Options

Not available
270 hp

Standard Horsepower

275 hp
442 lb-ft

Max Torque

415 lb-ft
1,588 kg

Max Towing Capacity

1,588 kg


The Jeep Wrangler and Ford Bronco are popular SUVs around Moose Jaw. These two off-road SUVs excel at what they do, and are similar in many ways. To help you choose between these two off-road warriors, we’ve put together a comparison of the differences between the Jeep Wrangler and Ford Bronco, so you can see which SUV edges out the other in terms of value. Read on for help with choosing the right SUV for your needs. Then, apply for financing and book a test drive of a Wrangler at Crestview Chrysler! 

Jeep Wrangler vs. Ford Bronco: Engine Specs  

Both the Wrangler and Bronco come outfitted with powerful engine options and 4X4 drivetrains for off-road fun. However, you’ll notice that both SUVs offer remarkably similar standard engine options, despite the fact that the Bronco starts at thousands more than the Wrangler. Compare their engine options below: 

2021 Jeep Wrangler 

  • 2.0L I-4 Turbocharged Engine: 270 hp | 295 lb-ft of torque 
  • 3.6L Pentastar™ VVT V6 with eTorque: 285 hp | 260 lb-ft of torque 
  • 3.6L Pentastar™ VVT V6 with ESS: 285 hp | 260 lb-ft of torque 
  • 3.0L EcoDiesel V6 with ESS: 260 hp | 442 lb-ft of torque 

2021 Ford Bronco  

  • 2.3L EcoBoost® 4-cylinder: 275 hp | 315 lb-ft of torque  
  • 2.7L EcoBoost® 6-cylinder: 330 hp | 415 lb-ft of torque 

Jeep Wrangler vs. Ford Bronco: Drivetrains 

The Wrangler features three different 4X4 drivetrain options for taking on Southey trails with, including: SelecTrac 4X4 System, Command Trac™ part-time shift-on-the-fly 4×4 system and a Rock-Trac® two-speed transfer case with 4:1 low range. The Rock-Trac® dramatically lowers the Wrangler’s gear ratio to take on the stone fragments of talus fields, among other rocky terrain. If you’re looking to do some serious off-roading, you won’t find a better-suited drivetrain than the Rock-Trac®. 

The Bronco features two drive trains as well, but they’re more basic than anything like the Rock-Trac®. The standard 4X4 Part-time Selectable Engagement and optional Advanced 4X4 with Automatic On-Demand Engagement drivetrains are differentiated by the fact that the advanced system continuously applies 4X4 torque distribution for increased traction. 

Test Drive the Jeep Wrangler at Crestview Chrysler 

With a more affordable starting price, comparable specs, and a longer list of drive-train options to help you customize your handling to take on the bad roads, the Jeep Wrangler offers better value than the Ford Bronco. To try out the Wrangler near Carlyle, call Crestview Chrysler at 855-915-1407! If you’re still doing research, be sure to explore our Jeep comparisons and Jeep research guides for more helpful information!


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