2021 Ford Bronco Suspension
For more than twenty-five years, Bronco faithful have been waiting for the wild stallion that conquered every trail from Maine to California. Since this time, enthusiasts have wondered if the all-new would live up to its predecessors, especially the original 1960s that entered into its segment among off-road capable vehicles. In today's modern world of off-road performance, it is a challenging segment to dominate. While the Bronco has been sleeping for over two decades, the Jeep Wrangler has dominated the sector of Body-On-Frame construction to go anywhere, do anything.
Like its F-150 and Ranger siblings, the 2021 Bronco will feature a complete fully-boxed body on frame construction to ensure the suspension has a bedrock foundation to climb over any terrain, whether its river crossings, mud bogs, rock crawling, and dunes.
All-New Bronco Suspension System
When you look at the Broncos leaked pictures and, most importantly, the full track width, you notice that it uses this to its advantage to have better traction and stability on or off the road. From our accounts, it appears the Bronco will have the same Dana solid rear axle as its Ranger sibling and an ELD (Electronic Locking Differential) upfront that is an independent suspension with the possibility of an option of a solid front axle in the coming years. It is easy to see this since the Bronco and Ranger will be built on a similar frame structure together as well as being built on the same assembly line at the Michigan Assembly Plant.
We are looking forward to seeing what we can do here at Steeda to make the 2021 Bronco the most formidable out on the trails ahead.
Why Upgrade Your 2021 Bronco Suspension?
In every off-road vehicle, there is always going to be a roof for the aftermarket to make it better than the manufacturer had intended it to be. Like past generations of Broncos, Steeda is very confident that there will be a host of options including better spring rate, reservoir shocks, and lift kits to increase ground clearance, including suspension travel to give the all-new Bronco better articulation out on the trailhead.
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