How Much Does a Fully Loaded Ford Bronco Cost?
How much does a fully loaded Ford Bronco cost? The Ford Bronco is a trendy SUV for its looks, affordable price, and off-road capability. It’s available in a multitude of different styles, trims, and packages. Starting with the Base model, the Bronco costs only $29,300. However, if we start with the highest trim level and add as many extras as possible, how high does the price reach?
How much is a Ford Bronco Wildtrak?
The Ford Bronco Wildtrak is the highest trim level available on the off-road SUV. It starts at the highest price of any Bronco, $47,780 for the two-door model. It’s surprisingly still pretty affordable compared to other well-equipped off-road SUV models. The four-door Wildtrak jumps up to $49,475 to start, which we’ll be building for our fully-loaded model.
Nine different colors are available in this model without paying a dime extra. However, Hot Pepper Red Metallic Tinted Clearcoat costs $295, and Cyber Orange Metallic Tri-Coat costs another $595. The most expensive Bronco will come with Cyber Orange, so that makes our Bronco jump up another nearly $600. What else can come with a fully loaded Ford Bronco Wildtrak?
What Bronco options are available?
Plenty of extras are available to the Ford Bronco, but everything has its price. Roof, bumper, and other exterior accessories are available; the most expensive of the bunch is the retractable full soft top twill. The retractable roof accessory costs an additional $3,175 after adding it to the current build. Then we get to the available packages, of which there are three.
The most expensive package is the Lux Package 354A, which includes features from the other two. For that reason, the other two packages are unavailable after selecting the Lux Package. For $3,590, it consists of all High Package features, plus adaptive cruise control, B&O sound system with 10 speakers and a subwoofer, evasive steering assist, a heated steering wheel, dual smart-charging USB ports, a universal garage door opener, SYNC 4 with enhanced voice recognition with built-in connected navigation, and a wireless charging pad. The other two packages include a lot of features as well.
|Mid Package 352A||High Package 353A|
|2-door intelligent access with lock/unlock||12″ LCD capacitive touchscreen with swipe capability|
|Dual-zone electronic automatic temperature control||360-degree camera|
|Ambient footwell lighting||Additional sound deadening|
|110V AC power outlet||Forward sensing system|
|Auto-dimming rearview mirror||Mirrors – Sideview – LED approach lamps and LED spotlight|
|Front row heated seats||SYNC 4 with enhanced voice recognition, connected navigation, and information on-demand panel|
|Illuminated sliding visor vanity mirrors|
|Remote start system|
|SYNC 4 with enhanced voice recognition|
|Ford Co-Pilot 360|
How much is a fully loaded Ford Bronco?
We’ve added the most expensive package along with a Wildtrak bodyside graphic and extra towing capability. So what’s the final verdict? How much does a fully loaded Ford Bronco Wildtrak cost? The estimated net price with destination charges included is $59,445.
That means for a monthly finance payment, after putting $5,945 down, you’d be paying $1,010 per month. That’s for a term of 60 months with 5% APR and no trade-in. You could add a few more accessories to the Bronco and get it well above $60,000, but that’s a little more than most people would need. The truth is, most people never add those extra accessories, especially when purchasing the vehicle.
The Bronco is an affordable off-road SUV through and through, but it can easily reach high prices if well-equipped enough. The Wildtrak trim level with almost every optional package gets into a much higher price range than other models. With the current low availability of Ford Bronco models, it could always end up costing much, much more. According to Ford’s build & price tool, that’s how much a fully loaded Ford Bronco costs.