Staff Builds: Outer Banks

November 26, 2020
By: The Bronco Nation

All this week, we’ll be bringing you our builds for each trim of the 2021 Ford Bronco. @david in the forums and @dwrock, your friendly Bronco Nation support and fulfillment associate, will each bring a build to the table with a different theme. We aren’t experts and this isn’t a list of recommendations, it’s just a couple Bronco fans dreaming up some rigs.

Today we continue with the Outer Banks.

@David: The National Park Crawler

This is the ultimate Bronco for road trips. Going all out with accessories and packages, this Bronco is made for the great National Park circuit . You’ll see the greatest natural wonders in America while you and the family skip from park to park, collecting mementos of your epic journey in your Yakima Cargo Box. Take the bikes along for some exercise with the Yakima hitch mounted Bike Rack. Don’t worry though, the drive is going to be awesome because you have the Lux package and Leather Trimmed Vinyl seats with Navy Pier. You’ll enjoy it in peace and quiet with the sound deadening headliner while the kids stow their beverages in the extra cup holders in the back.


When you hit those wide-open spaces with high speed limits, you’ll be able to keep up with the 2.7L EcoBoost engine. Also, if you get tired of driving, your licensed teen can drive cause it’s an automatic. You’re getting close to a $1000 a month car payment but the memories, man, the memories.

Exterior Roof Rack, Powder-Coated Tube Step, Paint Protection Film, Remote Start, Keyless Entry Keypad
Interior Leather Trimmed Vinyl Seats (Navy Pier) Portable Fridge/Freezer
Powertrain 2.7L EcoBoost and 10 Speed Automatic Transmission
Packages Lux, Towing
Accessories Yakima Roof Mounted Cargo Box with Locks, Yakima Hitch Mounted Bike Rack
Color Anti-Matter Blue

*All prices are based on an APR 5% and a down payment of 10% of the purchasing price

@dwrock: The Grand Tourer

Since they released the available trims for the new Bronco, the Outer Banks has really been the one I’ve had my eye on. Not only is it capable, like a Bronco should be, but it offers some real luxury in the lineup.

For this build I was going for a Grand Touring type feel, while on the trail. The 2-Door choice was easy, as all Grand Tourers have two doors. And with the Lux Package available, the GT feel really starts to become apparent. I added the Sound Deadening Headliner too, to help quiet things down and ensure a comfortable ride.

Just like with any road going GT vehicle, this Off-Road Grand Tourer will need the guts to go behind the glory, so I made sure to include the Sasquatch Package and the 2.7L EcoBoost. Giving it all the capability on the trail while you’re sitting in comfort on the inside.

It used to be common that Grand Tourers of the past were available with matching luggage for your journeys, now while luggage wouldn’t be needed here, I did include the Off-Road Recovery Kit from Ford Accessories. All of that brings this Bronco Outer Banks example to $962 a month*.

Exterior Top – Hard Top, Molded-in-Color, Front Bumper - Heavy-Duty Modular, Brush Guard
Interior Hard Top Sound Deadening Headliner, Leather-Trimmed/Vinyl Seats Dark Space Gray With Navy Pier, Floor Liners – Front and Rear
Powertrain 2.7L EcoBoost® Engine
Packages Lux Package, Sasquatch™ Package
Accessories Off-Road Recovery Kit
Color Carbonized Gray

*All prices are based on an APR 5% and a down payment of 10% of the purchasing price

What do you think of our builds? Vote on which one is your favorite build at our poll in the forums.

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