The 2023 Ford Bronco Has Incredible Improvements to Consider
Demand for the new Ford Bronco hasn’t slowed down, and you may find yourself still waiting for the right time to buy. If you’re still in line, consider going for the 2023 Ford Bronco because it has updates you really need to see.
2023 Ford Bronco: What’s new?
You can get the 2023 Ford Bronco with Raptor upgrades without shelling out the cash for the 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor. There’s also a way to get Bronco Raptor performance without the massive fender flares.
According to Motor1, you can get the Bronco with the HOSS 3.0 package. It’s available with the Wildtrak trim and includes Fox 2.5-inch internal bypass dampers with an enhanced spring rate and an upgraded rear stabilizer bar.
The package also includes a severe-duty steering rack, Ford Performance tie rods, a front skid plate, and a powder-coated steel bumper with integrated fog lights.
These parts are from the Bronco Raptor, and the package is available with a two-door model while the Bronco Raptor is a four-door model.
The Ford Bronco Raptor costs about $68,500 and is currently sold out. So you can save with the HOSS 3.0 package and potentially cut down some of the waiting time.
The Ford Bronco Heritage Edition could be on the way
We’ve been following plenty of rumors that suggest the 2023 Ford Bronco Heritage Edition is on the way. Some sources indicate that it will be available with the HOSS 3.0 suspension package, providing Raptor-like upgrades.
But it’s also a throwback to the original Bronco and could feature ‘FORD’ across a retro-styled grille. Plus, sp shots have revealed retro-styled four-slot wheels wrapped in beefier tires. They have been spotted in shades of white paint and matte black.
The fender flares have more of a square shape and could feature the classic shade of Robin’s Egg Blue paint.
It pairs well with the white roof. However, spy shots also show a black-painted hardtop. This feature was supposed to be available with the 2023 Ford Bronco but got delayed.
It’s possible that the Bronco Heritage Edition could come standard with the Sasquatch package. Clues suggest that it will be available as a two-door and four-door model. Also, it may start at about $50,000.
Stay tuned for the Bronco Oates
New rumors of the 2023 Ford Bronco Oates model are starting to surface. Clues suggest that it will only be available as a two-door model. Some critics think that name is just a code.
It could be hiding a street-legal version of the Bronco Desert Runner or Bronco Dr. It’s designed for Baja 1000 desert racing with a Coyote 5.0-liter V8 engine that cranks out 400 hp, electronic locking differentials on both axles, 37-inch tires, and MultiMatic spool-valve shocks.
But there could be an OTX or Shelby racer connection too. Either way, the Oates might be a new racing model that’s perfect for the pavement and the wild.
We should learn more about the 2023 Ford Bronco soon, but it seems like incredible upgrades and new models are in the works. We can’t wait to see how the new trim levels and packages compare.