Base – Only interested in the basics? This model comes with only the essentials, including standard four-wheel drive, easy-to-remove doors and roof, a powerful EcoBoost engine and either a 7-speed manual or 10-speed automatic transmission. It’s the perfect starting point for customization and personalization, so go wild!
- Standard 4×4
- Easy-to-remove doors and roof
- Available 35″ tires with Sasquatch Package
Big Bend – Want a few extra creature comforts to go along with all the great standard features the Bronco comes with? Big Bend models include features like a leather-wrapped steering wheel, aluminum wheels, heated seats, remote start and a highly-useful power inverter. You can also add other equipment to make this Bronco even more feature-packed.
- Leather-wrapped steering wheel
- Heated front seats
- Aluminum wheels
- Remote start (with 10-speed automatic only)
Black Diamond – The Black Diamond Bronco models take things to the next level, with even more off-roading equipment like a rear-locking differential, heavy-duty skid plates, steel front and rear bumpers, rock rails and 7 G.O.A.T. modes for navigating the toughest trails. Plus, the marine-grade vinyl seat trim and easy-to-washout interior make cleanup easy.
- Rear locking differential
- Steel front and rear bumpers
- 7 G.O.A.T. Modes™ (Goes Over Any Type of Terrain)
- Heavy-duty bash plates
Outer Banks – Off-road in style with the Outer Banks trim level, which offers 18-inch high-glass black-painted aluminum-alloy wheels, body-color fender flares, tube side steps and signature LED headlamps and taillamps. You can also equip an optional 12-inch LCD touchscreen with SYNC 4 connectivity and a B&O sound system for even more comfort and convenience.
- 18″ bright black highgloss painted aluminum alloy wheels
- LED headlamps and taillamps
- Optional 12″ LCD touchscreen
- Available B&O Sound System
Badlands – Need even more off-road capability? The Bronco Badlands features Bilstein position-sensitive monotube shocks, front and rear locking differentials and a stabilizer bar disconnect. Choose between 35 and 33-inch mud and all-terrain tires, and whether you want a basic vinyl interior or a luxurious leather interior with all the latest technology.
- HOSS (High-Performance Off-Road Stability Suspension) System
- Bilstein™ position sensitive monotube shocks
- 33″ all-terrain or available 33″ or 35″ mud-terrain tires
- Marine grade vinyl interior
- Rock rails
Wildtrak – For those who want high-speed off-roading, the Wildtrak is the answer. With a standard Sasquatch Package including 35-inch tires with beadlock-capable wheels, Bilstein shocks and front and rear locking differentials, the Bronco Wildtrak sets a new bar. A 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 engine and 10-speed automatic transmission comes standard, along with a black-painted hardtop, black grille, black wheels and unique hood graphics.
- 2.7L twin-turbocharged V6 engine
- 10-speed automatic transmission
- Black-painted hard top
- Sasquatch Package with 35″ tires
Bronco Sport Trim Levels
Base – Classic Bronco styling and excellent capability are combined to make the Bronco Sport an excellent all-around SUV. The Base model includes standard features like four-wheel drive, a Safari Style roof, alloy wheels, a Terrain Management System and best-in-class cargo room behind the first row of seats.
Big Bend – Step up to the Big Bend model and the Ford Bronco Sport gets even more comfort and convenience features. Standard equipment includes rear flood lights, SecruiCode keyless-entry keypad, zipper packets with a MOLLE strap system and an easy-to-clean interior. Combined with additional exterior trim enhancements, the Big Bend model is a great choice.
Outer Banks – For those wanting a little more style, the Outer Banks model comes with a more refined exterior and interior. Features include 18-inch machined-face aluminum black-painted wheels, a black grille with white Bronco badging, a Shadow Black roof and stylish leather-trimmed interior.
Badlands – Go anywhere with the Bronco Sport Badlands trim level. It offers even greater off-road performance, in addition to its rugged looks. Standard features include metal bash plates, off-road tires, advanced 4×4 Trail Control, 17-inch aluminum wheels, and 7 G.O.A.T. modes for driving in any type of weather or terrain.
The History of the Bronco
The Ford Bronco has a long and storied history, dating back to the original Bronco which debuted in 1966. The Bronco was originally designed by McKinley Thompson Jr., the first African American designer hired by Ford Motor Company, who also worked on legendary vehicles like the original Ford Mustang and historic GT40 race car.
One of his proposals for an off-road vehicle with short overhangs, high ground-clearance and a boxy-look became the basis for the first Bronco.