Ford promised the 2021 Bronco would be offered with hundreds of accessories, but only a handful have been officially announced.
That changes today as Bronco6G’s sources have provided them with a full list of accessories including pricing for many of the items.
The list is massive as it spans five pages and includes a little bit of everything. We’ll take a look at some of the more notable items starting with the exterior.
As expected, there will be an assortment of aftermarket tops for the Bronco. They’re made by Bestop and include Bimini mesh, vinyl retractable and canvas tops.
Owners will also be able to purchase tubular doors ($840 – $1,350), rock rails ($595) and an assortment of 32-inch spare tire covers ($80). Other accessories include Bushwacker fender flares ($489 – $699), a 40-inch Rigid light bar, a winch and tow hooks. Rounding out the highlights are beadlock wheel kits as well as carries for everything from skis and snowboards to bikes and canoes.
The interior accessories are relatively tame by comparison, but include seat covers, cargo organizers and floor liners. Owners will also be able to purchase dashcams, dog harnesses and JBL sound bars.
Other notable accessories include a portable fridge / freezer, an underfloor cargo vault and a rear table for the swing gate. Last but not least, there will be door sill plates and a hardtop headliner kit to reduce road and wind noise.
On the off-road side of the equation, there will be ring and pinion sets as well as rear axles assemblies. Other options include upgraded driveshafts and complete rear ends with up to 5.38 gearing.