The front and side view of a red 2021 Ford Bronco Sport parked on a grassy area.

Returning Classic 2021 Crossovers and SUVs

An Overview of Classic or Revitalized SUVs Returning to the Market in 2021

2020 was a busy time for automotive brands. Between the current climate and constant competition, there were tons of ups and downs. However, some brands announced some exciting, revitalized classic crossovers would return to the market. At Matador Motors, we look into the classic SUVs returning to the industry in 2021.

The front side of a yellow 2021 Ford Bronco driving in a forest.

2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport

Perhaps the largest piece of news in 2020 was the return of the iconic 2021 Ford Bronco. With its rugged off-road capabilities and unique raised look, the model will return with a retro-modern look but classic feel. Built for any terrain, the model will also offer plenty of customization options, which include:

  • Two-Door or Four-Door
  • 2.3-Liter or 2.7-Liter V6 Engines
  • Seven Total Trim Levels
  • Five Available Packages (Standard, Mid, High, Lux, and Sasquatch™)
  • Standard 4X4 Drivetrain

Those who can’t wait for the model can also look into the smaller 2021 Ford Bronco Sport. Currently, the Bronco Sport is available now while the larger model will arrive in the summer of 2021.


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2021 Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer

While many were gushing over the Ford Bronco announcement, Jeep was also pumping out new features while announcing its own revitalized model. Later in 2020, the world learned about the return of the Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer. As a powerhouse model from the 1980s and ‘90s, the three-Row Grand Wagoneer won’t have its iconic wooden paneling but will display the brand’s forward-thinking hybrid engine. With an independent suspension and 4×4 Off-Road System, both will be a unique mix between comfort and capability.

The front and side view of a white 2021 Toyota Venza driving in a city at night.

2021 Toyota Venza and 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer

Meanwhile, Toyota and Chevrolet have also decided to re-introduce former models as well in 2021. For Toyota, the 2021 Toyota Venza will return as an all-hybrid model. Receiving up to an estimated 40 City MPG, the midsize crossover returns after being discontinued in 2015. It also receives standard all-wheel drive and boasts the latest Toyota safety and infotainment technology. The 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer will also return to the subcompact crossover market since its departure in 2009. It offers three turbocharged engines and will be the most cost-effective of the revitalized group.

Find a Pre-Owned Vehicle at Matador Motors

With exciting news surrounding the crossover market, it’s an exciting time to be purchasing a vehicle. However, it can be difficult between finances and credit checks. If you want to find a capable and affordable model in the Wolfforth, TX area, stop into Matador Motors. We offer pre-owned models and work with anyone, regardless of credit history.


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