Later on, they even decided to try and redirect our attention from the top cover by showcasing aerial views of the off-roader (with the top down, naturally) that boasted about the adventurous camping possibilities exhibited by the Bronco.
Now, even when somebody manages to snatch a few shots of the Bronco Sport dwelling alongside its sibling, the regular 2021 Bronco, they can’t seem to get along and decide whether they like the top cover or not.
For us, it’s more important what bronco6g.com user Matthew (a.k.a. “Mattwings”) was trying to portray – a side-by-side size comparison of the two models sporting the same body hue.
Matthew, who is also the author of a recent Bronco Warthog spotting, was lucky enough to catch the 2021 2-Door Bronco and the 2021 Bronco Sport parked next to each other.
They are both dressed up in the Cyber Orange paint job and a gray top - MIC, a.k.a. molded-in color, for the 2-Door). By the way, the former is an optional hue for the Bronco Sport, which is only available for the $32,660 Badlands trim when paying an additional $595.
The 2-Door Bronco, on the other hand, can be had with this catchy shade from the third trim level, the $36,050 Black Diamond, for the same price of $595. By the way, the gray roof can be had for zero bucks on the Bronco Sport as an alternative to the standard black top. The regular Bronco only gets the MIC, instead.