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The first 2021 Bronco Sport First Ride Reviews and Impressions are out and we're compiling this list of all the reviews!

Feel free to post up separate threads to discuss specific reviews. We'll catch those and add them here.

You can also post any links we've missed in this thread and we'll update the list.


Articles:

Videos:

Autoline Daily (@ 7:00 mark)

CNET Roadshow


Gotta Be Mobile
 
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Not at all surprised by the capabilities on the Bronco Sport, the badlands model really does have true off roader qualities. Can’t wait to test it out in person!
 

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The one criticism I have....securing your gloves with a caribiner?
The horror if they slid a little going over a bump...the horror I tell you.

Seriously....a net pocket seems much simpler.

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The one criticism I have....securing your gloves with a caribiner?
The horror if they slid a little going over a bump...the horror I tell you.

Seriously....a net pocket seems much simpler.

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Ha! Tie down points back there are awesome although that’s a horrible example of how to take advantage of them. I love how this SUV actually has amazing utility.
 

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So here's a question.. with the 17' rims and the 1" lift, what other tires would you put on there if you don't want a mud-terrain tire, perhaps something that's better for occasional snow?
 

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So here's a question.. with the 17' rims and the 1" lift, what other tires would you put on there if you don't want a mud-terrain tire, perhaps something that's better for occasional snow?
I've found tiresize.com is a great reference for all things tires, here I've selected the 31" tire size used on the lifted Sport. Once you are there, use the Filter function to select Tire Type: "All Terrain" and then Wheel Size: "17" Wheel".

https://tiresize.com/tiresizes/31-inch-tires/
 

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Ha! I just watched these guy‘s videos on the rav4 and forester ....forester has 8.7” ground clearance....better then Sport’s in some configurations. (again, I‘m a full bronco supporter with poor timing)
 
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