Fans of the 2021 Ford Bronco will not only be able to specify their ideal build in the official configurator, but will be able to equip their Bronco even more completely now that Ford has launched the official accessories catalog online. The site lists 198 Ford Bronco accessories, including mechanical upgrades, appearance items, racks of all kinds, various soft tops, and much more.
Items range in price from $ 15 for a square rubber clutch with a Bronco logo to a Bronco M220 4.46 or 4.70 rear axle assembly for $ 2,275. Top options include a two-door bimini top ($ 299), a Sunrider top that combined a hardtop with an opening front soft top ($ 1,139 – $ 1,299), and a TrekTop fully retractable vinyl or twill soft top ($ 1,579) – $ 2,229). The Bronco’s highly anticipated tube doors are $ 1,000 for the two-door models and $ 1,600 for the four-door.
For those heading to the trails, there are the expected full-body skid plates ($ 695) and rock rails ($ 595), as well as front and rear body corner protectors ($ 169) and off-road repair kits ( normally $ 149 and heavy-duty $ 329). To record your adventures there are dash cams ($ 189- $ 349). And once you’ve reached that idyllic wilderness spot, you can pitch a tent – a roof top tent from Thule ($ 1,599) or Yakima ($ 1,859) or an all-terrain SUV SportzTent from Napier (photo, $ 379).
Of course, there are plenty of racks to carry everything, and harnesses for your canine co-pilot. With tow bar extensions and a trailer brake controller ($ 339), you can take even more with you.
Some items have delayed availability – as do some versions of the Bronco itself. Later items include a Ford Performance off-road suspension kit, Ford Performance Sport muffler and bead-lock rim rings.
Buyers who order their accessories at the time of purchase can include that cost in the amount funded, which is an advantage of purchasing through Ford rather than the aftermarket. We expect to see even more wildly decorated Broncos in the coming months – and we’d be surprised if Ford’s new SUV wasn’t widespread at SEMA this fall.