The Ford Bronco Sport is only available as a 4-door 4x4 with four trim levels Base, Big Bend, Outer Banks, and Badlands. The Bronco Sport is powered by one of two engines, a 1.5L turbocharged 3-cylinder capable of 181 horsepower or a 2L turbocharged 4-cylinder that makes 250 horsepower, both are mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission.
Base level Broncos are well equipped with 17-inch alloy wheels, LED headlamps, daytime running and taillights, hill hold control, climate control, cruise control, an 8-inch touchscreen, 4 USB ports, Bluetooth connectivity, and 3 12V power outlets.
The Big Bend trim adds heated mirrors, premium cloth seats, satellite radio, and push button start. Stepping up to the Outer Banks trim includes 18-inch alloy wheels, LED front fog lights, an auto-dimming rear view mirror, heated sport bucket front seats, leather seats, ambient interior lighting, dual-zone automatic climate control, 120V AC power outlet, smart device controlled remote engine starter, and a heated leather steering wheel.
The Badlands trim comes with paddle shifters, a driver selectable locking rear differential, off-road ride control, hill decedent control, 4 skid plates, two tow hooks, and a full size spare tire.
Safety features across the lineup include a rearview camera, an active lane departure system, blind spot warning, forward collision mitigation, rear collision warning, pedestrian detection and a driver attention alert.
Powerful Turbocharged Engine
The Ford Bronco Sport rolls into its second year with minimal changes for 2022, although the First Edition trim is no longer available.
The Ford Bronco Sport aims to build a reputation among off-roading enthusiasts by delivering a unique driving experience to those looking to explore. The Bronco looks to compete with vehicles that offer a similar level of 4x4 prowess like the Jeep Wrangler, Nissan Pathfinder and Toyota 4Runner.