Compare 2021 Ford Bronco Sport vs 2021 Chevrolet Blazer

2021 Ford Bronco Sport
2021 Chevrolet Blazer

2021 Ford Bronco Sport


2021 Chevrolet Blazer

1.5L 3cyl Turbo


2.5L 4cyl
190 lb-ft


188 lb-ft
181 HP


193 HP

Serving Crestview, FL

Built for adventures, the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport makes an imposing debut in North America. Available in five models, this all-new compact SUV offers best-in-class capabilities and amenities for off-road trips. Celebrating several years on the American market, the 2021 Chevy Blazer SUV has a midsize platform.


The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport is packed with a host of amenities for enjoying adventures. Having a safari-style design, the rooftop can hold two bicycles and other recreational equipment. You can add up to 150 pounds of dynamic load to the steel rooftop. Available in a silver finish, the 2021 Chevy Blazer's roof side rails have a relatively low profile compared to the safari-style rooftop. However, you could still install various types of racks on the Chevy model. The 2021 Sport version of the Ford Bronco at Ford Crestview comes with the Cargo Management System, which incorporates multiple shelves, dividers and other hardware for organizing items behind the rear seats. This all-new Ford SUV also has hidden storage compartments beneath the second-row seats. If you want to maximize the cargo volume at 62.5 cubic feet, simply fold the rear seats into a flat position. Available in the Blazer, the Cargo Essentials Package doesn't provide as much utility as the Bronco Sport's CMS. Featuring rear air ducts, the Electronic Automatic Temperature Control keeps all five occupants comfortable inside this adventurous Ford SUV. A climate control system with dual zones is available for the Chevy model. Generating up to 400 total watts, a 110-volt AC power outlet is integrated into the Bronco Sport. Similarly, the Blazer model offers a 120-volt power outlet. Both SUVs offer a heated steering wheel and heated front seating. From rear floodlights to a bottle opener, the all-new Ford SUV has lots of other exclusive interior amenities.

Off-Road Handling

The 2021 Ford Bronco at Ford Crestview has the Go Over Any Terrain Modes. This all-new mechanical technology fine-tunes the 4x4 drive system for a wide range of off-road adventures. Seven G.O.A.T Modes are available in the Badlands trim. Our test drive of the Ford Bronco Sport allows you to try the Sand, Rock Crawl and Mud/Ruts modes. If you need a boost in traction on wet pavement, turn on the Slippery Mode. Some other settings that enhance handling on paved roads include the Eco, Normal and Sport modes. Ford Crestview will demonstrate how to utilize the Terrain Management System on any type of landscape. Offering five settings, the 2021 Chevy Blazer's Drive Mode Selector is no match for the G.O.A.T Modes. However, this Chevrolet SUV has a twin clutch in the all-wheel drive system. Equipped with the Trail Control, the 2021 Bronco Sport will lead you to remote destinations that aren't readily accessible by most passenger cars. This class-exclusive technology keeps this tough Ford SUV moving at a steady pace on rugged trails. With visual cues from the 180-Degree Camera, you'll navigate off-road trails with more confidence. Featuring a split-view function, the camera system includes a built-in washer for clearing dirt, debris and grime. Additionally, this all-new Ford model boasts bash plates, front tow hooks, skid plates and all-terrain tires for handling treacherous driving conditions.

Electronic Technology

You could try the test drive of the Ford Bronco Sport with the SYNC infotainment platform. The FordPass Connect technology is smoothly integrated into the multimedia console. This mobile application has remote commands for starting the engine, unlocking the doors and checking various parameters. Similarly, the Chevrolet Connected Access is included in the 2021 Chevy Blazer's infotainment system. Both SUVs come with an 8.0-inch touch screen. AT&T delivers the 4G LTE Wi-Fi services for these two-row vehicles, which also have Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Made by Bose, the Blazer's best audio system only has eight speakers. Designed by Bang & Olufsen, the Bronco Sport's sound system includes 10 speakers.

Serving customers in Florida, the Ford Crestview dealership offers the 2021 Bronco Sport SUV in up to five trims.

*All figures are EPA estimates. Actual mileage may vary.