The 2021 Jeep Wrangler vs. Ford Bronco Facts

The battle of the top off-roader was not to end soon. Every day is a fight for the vehicle that should go with the crown. Terry Henricks Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram host the two beasts in town, and these are the Jeep Wrangler and Ford Bronco. The iconic Jeep Wrangler has continued to win and expand its sales across Swanton. Going head to head with the new Ford Bronco kick starts one of the epic battles for Toledo off-road enthusiasts' hearts. To our esteemed customers, we bring you the best offers all-around Archbold.

Is the Ford Bronco worth the fight? Or will the Jeep Wrangler still hold the off-roader title? Terry Henricks Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram will give you a closer look to decide who is tougher than the other. The two off-roaders come with many similarities. We'll be looking at each vehicles specs and features focusing on:

  • Engine & Performance
  • Drivetrain
  • Towing
  • Suspension
  • Exterior Dimensions

Engine & Performance

Well, this is one fierce steady competition in the race. The Wrangler comes with a wide range of engine options. Terry Henricks, Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram near Wauseon, offers range from 2.0-Liter turbocharged four-cylinder engines that turn back a 270 horsepower generating more 295 pound-feet of torque. On the other hand, Bronco fits in a 2.3-Liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine tuned to make 270 horsepower and a 310 pound-feet of torque.

What sets these two apart is a standard engine. The optional engine of the Bronco comes with massive power for the four lowest of its trims. A 2.7-Liter V6 engine capable of giving 310 horsepower and torque falls at 410 pound-feet, the engine is standard on its three top trims. The tables turn when compared to the Wrangler despite having a low horsepower of its lowest trims, it comes with a more significant threat. A 6.4-Liter V8 turbocharged engine is coming in 392 versions producing about 485 horsepower. Is this not a massive win for the Jeep Wrangler?


The axles in both Bronco and Wrangler are Dana-supplied units that run the front and rear wheel, leveling a fairground for both. Leading is a Bronco that has four final-drive ratios. An example, a manual shift gets a 4.46:1 ratio except for the Badlands model. Badland uses a 4.70:1 gearing ratio. The Wrangler standard trim comes with a 3.45:1 gear ratio, while an off-road supreme Rubicon comes in 4:10.1 gear ratio. For diesel-backed Jeeps, they get 3.73:1 gearing. What sets the Wrangler and Bronco apart is noticeably absent hardware that is present in Wranglers only. An optional limited-slip differential is present in Wranglers. Also, Bronco only offers two transfer cases, while Wrangler offers three.


Both the Jeep Wrangler and Ford Bronco are estimated to tow about 3500lb when fully loaded, giving them a one to one score.


From the Terry Henricks Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram near Delta analysis, Bronco did not get the live front axle. Instead, Ford paired it with unequal-length suspension control arms. The lack of a live axle on Bronco had to pay a high price. Wrangler front anti-roll disconnect bar is an electronic actuator compared to Broncos front bar that is hydraulic controlled, getting a winning advantage of working under load.

Exterior Dimensions

Wrangler two-doors come in a maximum angle of 41.4 degrees of its exterior dimension compared to Bronco with a maximum angle of 35.5 degrees. Even to its most extreme trims, the two-door Bronco Sasquatch is 43.2 degrees outrun by the Wrangler Rubicon, 44.0 degrees. On a break-over angle, an off-road can drive over an apex angle without wheelbase scraping. Here, the long wheel two-door Broncos trim 21.1 degrees losses to the Wranglers 25.0 degrees. Likewise, in the four-doors, the Wranglers 20.3 degrees spark the jackpot home.

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