The Ford Bronco was a formidable rival to off-roaders like as the Jeep CJ series and International Harvester Scout, which were the leading utility vehicle brands from the 1960s and 1990s. It was adored by consumers and enjoyed a successful run spanning thorough five generations before being phased out in 1996. However, after a 25 year wait, Ford brought back the Bronco and it soon became the envy among the off-roading community. With a retro look that harkens back to the 90s Bronco, it comes in seven trim levels to choose from. All trim levels include a terrain control system known as GOAT (goes over any terrain), which is also the nickname given to first-gen broncos. Featured here is a stunning 2021 Ford Bronco Black Diamond located in Florida. This competent off-roader reportedly has less than 100 miles on the clock and limited edition Ford Bronco Accessories are included in the sale.
The Black Diamond model is one of the lightest versions featuring LED headlights, steel bumpers, black steelies, full bash plate underneath and 32-inch tall General Grabber all-terrain tires. Our subject 2021 Ford Bronco Black Diamond wears a lavish Antimatter Blue Metallic paint and a hardtop molded in color. It utilizes 17" black coated steel wheels with 265/70R17 tires to concur tough terrain. The keyless entry keypad is another nod to the 1990s Bronco. The interior is design with a stunning mix of Gray and Black Vinyl and feature sound deadening headliner. This Bronco includes the Equipment Group 322A Mid package which grants front row heated seats, dual zone electric climate control, power outlet, SYNC4 with enhanced voice recognition, Ford Co-pilot 360 and connected navigation. The Black Diamond series is spacious for five passengers and comes with a front row top panel storage bag.
Powering this 2021 Ford Bronco Black Diamond Series is a 2.3L turbo EcoBoost 4 cylinder engine from the EcoBoost Mustang. It utilizes a 10-speed automatic transmission to thrust power to the wheels. This Bronco has a front axle open differential and a 4.46 rear axle locking differential, which is an ideal recipe for a capable off-roader. The engine cranks out 300 horsepower and 325 lb-ft of torque, allowing the truck to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in about 7.8 seconds.