Compare Ford Bronco Trim Levels and Packages
Compare Ford Bronco Trims & Package Options
Michigan proudly built the first Bronco in 1965. After Ford released the new generation Bronco lineup, our Local Livona Ford Dealer sold the first Bronco Sport in the nation to the Ghastin Family in 2020. Bill Brown Ford is here to help ensure our Michigan Bronco enthusiasts know just what to expect from the 2022 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport lineup.
2022 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport
Bill Brown Ford is here to help you choose which Bronco model is right for your lifestyle by breaking down the differences between available trim levels and packages to help get you just what you want out of your next adventure!
The 2022 Ford Bronco
Six trim levels are available for the Ford Bronco in the 2022 lineup: Base, Big Bend™, Black Diamond™, Outer Banks™, Badlands™, and Wildtrak™. Each trim level is uniquely designed for different adventure needs making the Bronco one of the best SUVs for customization on the market.
The Base trim is equipped with four-wheel drive and five GOAT modes, an infotainment system with an eight-inch touchscreen, and two engine options: the inline-four 2.3-liter turbocharged EcoBoost® engine and a more powerful V6 2.7-liter EcoBoost® engine.
Ford designed the Big Bend to have additional comfort features, including a power inverter, heated seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a remote starter, and aluminum wheels.
The Black Diamond trim comes standard with heavy-duty skid plates, standard rear locking differentials, rock rails, and steel front and rear bumpers. Two packages are available for this trim: Mid and Sasquatch. Ford has designed a washout interior and marine-grade vinyl seats for easy post-wheeling cleanup.
With three package options, the High, Sasquatch, and Lux, the Outer Banks trim level is equipped with features that give it an advanced off-road style. It has signature tail-lamps and LED headlamps, 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, powder-coated tube steps, and body-color fender flares.
Next to the Black Diamond, this is the most capable trim. It has front and rear locking differentials, Bilstein position-sensitive monotube shocks, and a stabilizer bar disconnect. The tires are also designed for all kinds of terrain and package options include High, Sasquatch, Mid, and Lux.
The Wildtrack trim features a V6 2.7-liter twin-turbocharged engine, 35-inch tires, and Bilstein position-sensitive monotube shocks allowing drivers to conquer any terrain. Both Lux and High packages are available on this trim.
The 2022 Bronco Sport
The Bronco Sports durable build and standard 4x4 capability, G.O.A.T. modes, HOSS suspension, and easy-to-clean surfaces allow drivers to take on the toughest adventures.
The Base model has five G.O.A.T modes in its terrain management system with a safari-style roof to equip it for all kinds of adventures—Including 7.8" of ground clearance and SYNC® 3 with an 8" LCD touchscreen.
To accommodate the outdoor, Big Bend has red floodlights, zipper pockets with a MOLLE strap system, SecuriCode keyless-entry keypad, a rear view camera with Washer, and an easy to clean rubberized cargo floor.
The Outer Banks has a stylish interior and exterior. The interior is leather-trimmed, while the body flaunts a black shadow roof, a bold black grille, and 18-inch machined-face aluminum ebony black-painted wheels.
The Bronco Sport Badlands is designed ped for ff-road performance and rugged terrain. This trim features an advanced 4x4 with the twin-clutch rear-drive, rear differential lock, metal bash plates, and advanced four-by-four Trail Control.
To find the all-new Bronco that's best for you, contact Bill Brown Ford to speak with one of our professional sales representatives today!