Ford has done a lot of the hard work for drivers looking to modify their 2021 Bronco SUVs with everything from camping gear to additional lights. The automaker will install a row of pre-wired auxiliary switches in certain versions of the Bronco’s overhead console.
The auxiliary switches are linked to specific parts of the Bronco, including the cargo area, the glove box, the front fascia, the roof, and under hood. Ford says that the switches can power up devices such as off-road refrigerators or LED light bars. The system is wired with a single 30-amp, one 15-amp, and four 10-amp fused circuits to accommodate a variety of draw levels, and owners can swap fuses around under the truck’s hood as needed.
The pre-wired switches will come standard on the Black Diamond, Wildtrack, and Badlands trim levels, which are the most off-road-ready versions of the Bronco. Buyers of the Base and Outer Banks trim levels can add the switches for an extra cost.
The new Bronco is set to go on sale this summer starting at about $28,000 for a base 2-door version. That price tag climbs quickly, though. The chunky Bronco Wildtrack can top $60,000 with every option selected. Find a Ford Bronco for sale