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White 2021 Toyota 4Runner vs Blue 2021 Ford Bronco on Long Island, NY.

2021 Toyota 4Runner Vs. 2021 Ford Bronco 4-Door: Which One Is Right for Me?

Posted at Fri, Oct 29, 2021 9:00 AM

When it comes to finding a midsize sport utility vehicles (SUV) that is as capable of tackling off-road terrain as it is cruising suburban streets, there are a few choices available. Two of the best options out there are the 2021 Toyota 4Runner and the 2021 4-Door Ford Bronco. The 4Runner has been a longstanding popular and reliable midsize SUV choice for years, while the Bronco has only recently been redesigned and released. Both of these SUVs offer the latest in technology and safety while providing drivers with all the room, comfort, and performance they will need, but which one is the best choice for you? To help you figure that out, and prove that the 4Runner is in a class all by itself, our Westbury Toyota staff have put together a quick comparison guide for you to go over.

Plenty of Room for Work or Play

A midsize SUV should have plenty of room for passengers and cargo, and fortunately both the 2021 Bronco and 2021 4Runner have more than enough. Passengers in the newest 4runner will be able to kick back and relax as it has more shoulder and hip room than the Bronco. With the rear seat folded down, the 4Runner also has an impressive 89.7 cubic feet of cargo room, which makes it perfect if you often find yourself hauling an abundance of items around. In addition, the 4Runner has seating for 5 with the ability to seat 7 with a 40/20/40 rear seat folding split whereas the Bronco can only seat 5, so if you act as chauffeur for your family and friends, the 4Runner is the best choice for you.

An Excess of Tech, Convenience, and Comfort

Toyota has made certain that the 2021 4Runner is outfitted with all the bells and whistles. While the Bronco also has plenty, the following are features the 4Runner has that the 2021 Bronco does not:

  • Optimal premium audio
  • Optional navigation system with optional 8.0-inch color 3D display (with voice)
  • Safety Connect Telematics system
  • 8 audio speakers
  • Optional power sliding rear window
  • Power adjustable front seats
  • Smart key system

The 2021 4Runner was built for adventures. It has everything needed to keep people comfy and entertained no matter how long the journey, with plenty of available options to increase the comfort and convenience levels.

An Abundance of Safety Features

While the 2021 Bronco has plenty of safety features, Toyota has as always ensured that the 4Runner is outfitted with safety tech meant to keep you and your passengers safe in all scenarios. The 4Runner has high side impact and overall crash ratings and also features some things the Bronco does not, including knee airbags and standard Vehicle Stability Control. Additional features found in the 4Runner include standard Lane Departure Warning and Adaptive Cruise Control. The 4Runner also comes with Toyota Safety Sense (which includes Pre-Collision system with Pedestrian Detection and Dynamic Radar Cruise Control) and the Star Safety System (which includes Traction Control, Brake Assist, and Smart Stop Technology.

Which One is Right for Me?

As you can see, both of these midsize SUVs provide plenty to love, and they both check the boxes when it comes to comfort, cargo and passenger room, technology, and convenience. However, a look at what has been listed here reveals that while the 2021 Ford Bronco is good, the 2021 Toyota 4Runner is simply better. If your interest has been piqued and you would like to know more about the purchasing and leasing options for the 2021 4Runner, please contact us here at Westbury Toyota.

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