Ford has released the Bronco Sport to offer 4×4 dependability and Bronco styling but with additional everyday comfort. With the return of the Bronco after 25 years, Ford has embodied the previous DNA but added modern features and technology to come up with the new Bronco Sport. Featuring 4×4 and a Terrain Management System as standard across all modes, the Bronco Sport is ready for your next adventure no matter where you are going.
The Ford Bronco Sport is available in five available trims: Base, Big Bend, Outer Banks, Bad Lands, and First Edition. The Base trim comes loaded with 17” wheels, remote keyless-entry, LED headlamps, rearview camera, roof rack side rails, single-zone climate control, and even a bottle opener built in. Technology features also include a 4.2” digital instrument cluster, pre-collision assist with automatic emergency braking, lank-keeping system, blind spot with cross-traffic assist and a 5-mode terrain management system.
The Big Bend trim offers 17” alloy wheels, easy to clean cloth seats, SecuriCode Keyless-Entry keypad, zipper front seatback pockets, a rubberized cargo floor, and rear flood lights.
The Outer Banks trim adds more refinement with leather-trimmed seats, 18” machined-finish aluminum wheels, remote start system, a shadowblack two-tone roof, heated leather wrapped-steering wheel, and dual USB ports.
The Badlands trim showcases the off-road abilities of the Bronco Sport platform with 17” wheels combined with all-terrain off-road tires, upgraded off-road suspension, two additional terrain management modes, a more advanced twin-clutch 4×4 system, metal bash plates, a front 180-degree camera, front tow hooks, and trail control.
The First Edition offers the best of what the Bronco Sport has to offer with unique styling and graphics to commemorate the launch of the all-new Bronco Sport. Standard features include a power moonroof, class two trailer tow package, first edition leather-trimmed seats, and black Bronco badging and grill.
The Base model comes with a starting MSRP of just under $27,000 while the Big Bend trims starts just above $28,00. The Outer Banks trim starts a little over $32,000 with the Bad Lands starting around $500 more. For the fully-loaded First Edition the MSRP is close to $38,500.
The Ford Bronco Sport is offered with two powertrains. The 1.5L EcoBoost turbocharged 3-cylinder engine produces 181 horsepower and 190 pound-feet of torque. while the 2.0L EcoBoost turbocharged inline 4-cylinder engine produces 245 horsepower and 275 pound-feet of torque. Both engines are paid to locking differentials and a capable 4-wheel drive system.