Someone is selling a 41-mile two-door example.
If you're in the market for a new Ford Bronco and haven't already placed an order, then be prepared to wait for potentially a long time. Ford's order books are full for most of 2022 and dealerships are taking full advantage of buyers' desperation with outrageous markups. It's the usual situation for any new in-demand model.
But if you're not willing to wait and have the extra funds available, then this 2021 Bronco First Edition two-door up for auction on Bring A Trailer could be exactly what you're looking for. It also has just 41 miles on its clock. Painted in the gorgeous Cyber Orange Metallic with a Carbonized Gray hardtop featuring removable parts over a black leather interior, this Bronco is fully loaded.
It includes the sought-after Sasquatch Package, meaning 17-inch beadlock wheels wrapped in Goodyear Territory MT rubber, Bilstein monotube shocks, skid plates, and high-clearance ground flares. Under the hood lies the 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 with 310 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque that's paired to the 10-speed automatic gearbox and a two-speed transfer case. Power is routed to all four wheels. Four-wheel disc brakes provide the necessary stopping power.
An electronically-controlled front sway bar and locking differential are essential for any serious off-roader. The Terrain Management System has six G.O.A.T. drive modes. G.O.A.T., of course, stands for "Goes Over Any Type of Terrain."
The interior is an awfully comfortable place to be thanks to the aforementioned leather seats which are also heated and adjustable, dual-zone automatic climate control, a 12-inch LCD screen complete with Sync4 and navigation, a Bang & Olufsen sound system, and a wireless charging pad. Some standard safety and driving aids include Lane-Keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, and evasive steering assistance. The listing states that of the 41 miles on the odo, just 10 were added by the seller.
The sale includes the original window sticker which lists the MSRP of $59,375. As of this writing, the bidding has already reached nearly $70,000 and the auction doesn't conclude until January 6.