When you decide to purchase a car, it's always a good idea to check its safety features and ratings. Your Ford Bronco is a perfect off-roader, but how safe is this SUV? The 2021 Bronco has five trims: Base, Outer Banks, Big Bend, First edition, and Badlands. Whether you have a 2-door or 4-door 2021 Bronco, your Ford is equipped with a safety suite and driver's assistance functionality. The standard model boasts the full-size spare wheel with the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). The TMPS shows the real-time pressure and helps prevent accidents, use fuel efficiently, and decrease wear of its tires.
2021 Ford Bronco has the Personal Safety System that collects driver and occupant condition and crash severity information with multiple sensors. Then the data is transferred to the control module that monitors seatbelt pretensioners and airbags to minimize injuries. Bronco has dual-stage airbag systems, side airbags, and even knee airbags included. You are protected by the Safety Canopy system and rollover sensors placed in side curtains.
Obviously, Ford Bronco has a standard alert for seat belts when the car starts to move. Also, this Ford has LATCH - Lower Anchors and Tether Anchors for Children. With these anchors, you can install any child seat model. The top anchors are used for setting the face-forward safety seats for children, while the lower anchors you will use for the Bronco's safety belts. Bronco's safety belts normally work in everyday use, but they self-inflate when the system's crash sensors detect collisions. 2021 Ford Bronco's belts split the force over the larger belt area to avoid the negative consequences for the body.
Roll Stability Control (RSC) allows you to improve your driving on various surfaces: gravel, snow, wet roads, and pavement. This advanced stabilizer is aimed at maximizing your stability and minimize overturning risk. Ford's reputation is around innovative protection systems that secure people in an accident. Moreover, this American brand has always tended to implement collision avoiding features and algorithms.
The Ford Bronco's Base trim includes the Co-Pilot 360 configuration systems that send SOS alerts in case of a crash. It also warns about possible collisions and has emergency braking. Its ABS monitors the brake pressure level and allows starting for the tires to rotate again.
This car helps you stay on your lane and notifies you about the approaching traffic from the backsides of your Ford Bronco. And this is additional to the innovative rearview camera. So, Ford Bronco is loaded to help you drive not only across the wild nature but will be a perfect match in the urban jungle too.
So far, neither the NHTSA (The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) nor the IIHS (The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety) has not yet reviewed the 2021 Ford Bronco. However, Ford's safety standards are so high that Bronco will most probably get a good rating. We will know this for sure as soon as the release date comes closer.