The new units of the revived Ford Bronco haven’t even arrived at dealerships in the United States and Ford is already offering price cuts for one of its trim levels. While the automaker is reportedly in a bind, trying to keep up with the influx of orders for the off-roader, it shows it is more than ready to accommodate reservations by making the Bronco’s Sasquatch Package more affordable.
According to information from the Bronco6G forum, the price cut amounts to $1,595 and will be offered on the two-door variants of the Base and Big Ben trim levels.
The 2021 Ford Bronco’s Sasquatch Package costs $4,995 on its own. For customers who are looking to purchase the package for their two-door Base or Big Ben Broncos, the manufacturer says buyers will also have to avail of the 10-speed automatic transmission (1,595) and the Advanced 4×4 package ($795). This brings the total to $7,385.
The $7,000 addition to the unit cost may be a bit pricey, but without the price cut, it initially costs $8,980 in total. The discount is only offered on the 10-speed automatic slushbox, not the manual transmission.
All in all, a Bronco Base model equipped with the Sasquatch Package could come to around $37,300 if no other options are added upon purchase. It’s not exactly cheap, but definitely a contender considering how much the Jeep Wrangler could cost with add-ons.
Other features customers can expect on the off-road-ready Sasquatch Package include a set of 35-inch tires with Beadlock-capable wheels, Badlands’ Bilstein Monotube shocks, upgraded locking axles, and a 4.7 final drive ratio.
The Sasquatch Package is available as standard equipment on the Wildtrak and First Edition variants of the all-new Bronco, and as an optional package on the Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond Outer Banks, and Badlands trim levels.