F-150 Raptor Owner Parks It Next to 2021 Bronco, Has Wildtrak Order on the Way

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Just about all eyes are placed on the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning and its performance or pricing credentials, though regular folks are still waiting for the release of the eagerly anticipated 2021 Ford Bronco. And when they spot not one but two examples out in the open, a natural comparison between their assets usually occurs.
It’s not that out of the ordinary to find a 2021 Ford Bronco out and about on the streets or trails of America, even though first deliveries still haven’t kicked off just yet. The Blue Oval does have enough examples of the reinvented sixth generation to showcase here and there, just to keep the fans enticed.

No worries about that, and we advise the automaker to find new ways of keeping them at peace because many of them are close or past the boiling point in terms of delay-related patience. Now, everyone has to make do with anything that’s available at hand. Take this forum user going by the funny username of slocobra03, for example, as he took the online portal by storm to happily report his first close encounter of the 2021 Bronco kind.

Better yet, he saw not one but two examples (reportedly with manufacturer plates) of the 4-Door variety, and because the Antimatter Blue unit (apparently a Base, but the debate among the fans is still open) had the parking space next to it available, an opportunity arose for a quick and direct size comparison.

An interesting one, for the record, because the spotter actually owns a 2014 Ford F-150 Raptor. And he probably had good reason to see how the Raptor compares to the blue Bronco since he’s apparently a reservation holder for a cool new 2021 Ford Bronco Wildtrak.

Well, seeing both idling in the parking lot is enticing, but we reckon the Raptor owner was better off placing the F-150 next to the other 4-Door, a silver Badlands edition (either a Cactus Gray or an Iconic Silver, only Ford really knows for sure). That’s because the latter is much closer to a Wildtrak, at least in terms of pricing ($44,590 vs. $49,475), compared to a Base Bronco 4 Door, which kicks off at just $33,200.
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About the author: Aurel Niculescu
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Aurel has aimed high all his life (literally, at 16 he was flying gliders all by himself) so in 2006 he switched careers and got hired as a writer at his favorite magazine. Since then, his work has been published both by print and online outlets, most recently right here, on autoevolution.
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