Compare The 2023 Ford Bronco Two-Door vs. Four-Door
Ford has hit the nail on the head with the all-new Bronco, a competent and technologically advanced 4×4 crossover that has revitalized the true spirit of its ancestors. With its retro styling and class-leading features, the off-road-focused SUV offers the ideal fusion of iconic looks and mind-bending performance. The Ford Bronco is available in two- and four-door body styles, and to help you decide which configuration best meets your needs, let us take a deep dive into an in-depth comparison of both these variants.
Dimensions & Measurements
The four-door Bronco takes the edge over the two-door variant in terms of length, height, and wheelbase. The four-door Bronco is 189.4 inches long, 73 inches high, and has a wheelbase of 116.1 inches. On the other hand, the two-door Bronco measures 173.7 inches in length, 71.9 inches in height, and comes with a wheelbase of 100.4 inches. The maximum width of both vehicles is 75.9 inches.
The two-door Bronco has a slightly better ground clearance of 8.4 inches than the four-door’s 8.3 inches. Both vehicles have an approach angle of 43.2 degrees; however, the two-door departure angle of 37.2 degrees is superior to the four-door’s 37.0 degrees.
The Bronco’s four-door SUV variant offers a cargo capacity of 38.3 cubic feet behind the back seats and 83 cubic feet when the seats are folded.
The two-door Bronco SUV has 22.4 cubic feet of cargo room, and with the rear seats folded down, the space increases to 52.3 cubic feet.
Both vehicles have a very comfortable and spacious interior to make extended road trips pleasant and soothing for everyone. The four-door Bronco has a seating capacity of five, while the two-door can seat four people in total.
The rear seats of the four-door Bronco are quite roomy, with 36.3 inches of legroom, 41.1 inches of headroom, 56.5 inches of shoulder room, and 54.8 inches of hip room. These dimensions slightly shrink in the two-door model, which offers 35.7 inches of headroom, 39.8 inches of headroom, 51.8 inches of shoulder room, and 43.3 inches of hip room. So, if you frequently use the rear seats of your vehicle, the four-door Bronco might suit your daily needs more comfortably.
When it comes to off-road capabilities, both configurations of the Ford Bronco are in a class of their own with its HOSS system (High-Performance Off-Road Stability Suspension) and 5 G.O.A.T modes (Go Over Any Terrain). The SUVs are equipped with all the latest tech and features and can effortlessly conquer the most challenging terrains. However, suppose you are purchasing the Bronco to challenge your daily adventures. In that case, the two-door variant might suit your lifestyle needs more as it has a shorter wheelbase, a slightly better ground clearance, and a higher departure and break-over angle than the four-door variant.
Ford Broncos G.O.A.T Modes
5 G.O.A.T Modes come standard on every Bronco and BroncoSport model! Here’s a guide to help you figure out which mode to use on- and off-road:
Normal: Default mode that provides a more conservative drive. It’s perfect for getting groceries or dropping your kids off at school.
Eco: Helps you maximize your fuel economy.
Sport: For a more sporty feel, this mode locks in 4 automatic and changes the throttle response for your drive.
Slippery: Great for less-than-ideal conditions, such as rainy weather. This mode also locks in 4 automatic.
Sand: The perfect balance of wheel spin and wheel grip. It locks your rear differential and puts your Bronco in 4 high.
*Rock Crawl, Baja, and Mud/Ruts modes are available on certain Ford Bronco trim models.
Engine, Transmission, & Drivetrain
The available engine options are the same for both vehicles. You can choose between a 2.7-liter twin-turbo V6 or a 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine. As far as transmission is concerned, you can opt for a manual gearbox in both two-door and four-door variants, but it is only available with the 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine. The turbocharged 2.7-liter V6 comes with a 10-speed automatic transmission only and can’t be paired with the manual transmission. Four-wheel drive is standard on both vehicles.
Save Your Spot and Reserve the 2023 Bronco at Bill Brown Ford in Livonia, MI!
Order banks for the 2022 Ford Bronco are currently closed to the general public. However, you can configure your order today for when order banks open up later this year. As soon as the 2023 model year opens, we’ll reach out to you to finalize your order. Don’t miss the opportunity to make every day an adventure with the 2023 Ford Bronco two or four-door variant. Our industry-leading team of sales associates at Bill Brown Ford are ready to help you get behind the wheel of your dream Ford today!