What Are the Dimensions of a 2023 Ford Bronco Sport?
The 2023 Ford Bronco Sport is a smaller version of the Ford Bronco small SUV. The Bronco Sport is pricier than most of its competitors. It has outsold many of its rivals despite its high starting price. What are the dimensions of a 2023 Ford Bronco Sport SUV, and how does it compare to other vehicles?
What are the dimensions of a 2023 Ford Bronco Sport?
The 2023 Ford Bronco Sport is 173 inches long, 74 inches wide, and 70 inches tall. It is longer than many of the subcompact SUVs in its vehicle segment. The popular Hyundai Kona is just 166 inches long, 71 inches wide, and 61 inches tall. The Kia Soul is 165 inches long, 71 inches wide, and 63 inches tall. So, the Bronco Sport is easily one of the larger models among its competitors.
The Mazda CX-30 is one of the closest subcompact SUVs to the Bronco Sport in size. The CX-30 is 173 inches long, 71 inches wide, and 62 inches tall. The Bronco Sport is still much taller.
Ultimately, the Blue Oval’s Bronco Sport may be considered as a small SUV, but its dimensions are unique. Like its predecessor, the Ford Bronco, the Bronco Sport is a one-of-one in its vehicle segment.
Is the Bronco Sport selling well?
The Ford Bronco Sport is outselling many SUVs. Ford has sold over 66,157 Bronco Sport models thus far. The automaker has sold more Bronco Sport models than Bronco models in 2022 thus far based on a July sales press release from the Blue Oval.
Ultimately, the Bronco Sport isn’t selling nearly as well as best-selling SUVs like the Nissan Rogue, Honda CR-V, and Toyota RAV4. On the other hand, it outsells plenty of more affordable subcompact SUV models. So, it’s fair to say the Bronco Sport is selling well. Once you take Ford’s recent supply woes into consideration, the Bronco Sport’s sales numbers seem like an even greater success.
Which 2023 Ford Bronco Sport trim should you get?
The 2023 Ford Bronco Sport comes in six different trim levels: the Base, Big Bend, Heritage, Outer Banks, Badlands, and Heritage Limited. It starts at $29,215. The Heritage Limited final trim starts at $44,655.
Car and Driver recommends the Badlands trim because it is the most affordable capable version of the Bronco Sport. The Bronco Sport Badlands makes 245 horsepower. It comes with metal bash plates, front tow hooks, and a terrain management system with seven different drive modes.
The 2023 Ford Bronco Sport Badlands comes with an off-road suspension, electronic traction control, and Ford Trail Control. Ford Trail Control is essentially cruise control for trails. The Bronco Sport Badlands also comes standard with Falken Wildpeak all-terrain off-road tires.
Read about how the Ford Bronco Sport compares to the popular Subaru Crosstrek in the next article below.