What Are the 2023 Ford Bronco Sport Trim Levels?
Ford is now accepting pre-orders for the 2023 Ford Bronco Sport. The Ford Bronco Sport is a Bronco-inspired subcompact SUV model that also functions as a daily driver. It has Bronco DNA and the spirit of an off-road SUV. The Bronco Sport also has decent fuel economy, so it can function as a commuting vehicle as well. What trims does the new Bronco Sport come in?
What are the 2023 Ford Bronco Sport trim levels?
The 2023 Ford Bronco Sport comes in six different trim levels: the Base, Big Bend, Heritage, Outer Banks, Badlands, and Heritage Limited. The Bronco Sport starts at $29,215.
The Bronco Sport Big Bend starts at $30,930. The Heritage, Outer Banks, and Badlands respectively start at $32,650, $34,865, and $36,590. The retro-styled Heritage Limited final trim level starts at a whopping $44,655.
Ford offers a wide variety of Bronco Sport trims for different types of drivers. The retro-styled Heritage trim is the most unique Bronco Sport trim under $35K because of its late 60s-inspired design language. The base model is the most economical option for consumers that want a daily driver with mild off-road capability.
According to Car and Driver, the best option for off-road enthusiasts for the money is the Bronco Sport Badlands trim. The Badlands features a 1.0-inch lift for more ground clearance, off-road tires, and a more powerful standard engine. It uses a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine to make 245 horsepower. Finally, the Heritage Limited is a variation of the Badlands with OG Bronco styling.
Is the Ford Bronco Sport selling well?
Ford has sold over 66,000 Bronco Sport models in 2022 thus far, according to a July 2022 sales report released in August. The Blue Oval has already sold more Bronco Sport models year over year. The Bronco Sport is a popular subcompact SUV, and it has the potential to become even more popular with time.
The Ford Bronco Sport is outselling the Kia Soul, Kia Seltos, and Mazda CX-30 (some of the most popular vehicles in its segment). The Subaru Crosstrek is more popular, but it’s also more affordable. It appears that the Bronco Sport’s greatest competition is the Subaru Crosstrek (because of similar capabilities) and the Hyundai Kona (because it’s the most popular vehicle in its segment).
Are Bronco Sports hard to find?
The Ford Bronco Sport is much more readily available than the Bronco. The subcompact SUV is easier to get. Many fans of the Bronco are settling for the Bronco Sport because it’s more attainable.
Ford is currently accepting pre-orders for the 2023 Ford Bronco Sport. The Heritage Edition and Heritage Limited Edition models could be in high demand. Those models will still be more attainable than any Ford Bronco.
Read about one of the Ford Bronco Sport’s main rivals, the Subaru Crosstrek, in the next article below.