Ford Bronco Sport will be launched along with the 2021 Ford Bronco. The Bronco Sport will come in four variants, Big Bend, Outer Banks, Badlands and First Edition.
Ford Bronco is one of the most anticipated launches of this year. Along with the standard Ford Bronco line-up, Ford has also revealed a new line of models to Bronco’s variant range. The new Bronco line is called Bronco Sport, which includes four variants, the Big Bend, Outer Banks, Badlands and First Edition. Among the new members, the Bronco Sport Big Bend, which is priced at $28,155 (approx INR 21 lakh), is the most affordable and the First Edition is the most expensive at $38,500 (approx INR 30 lakh). However, the top-spec Ford Bronco Sport First Edition is already sold out and is no longer available for order.
Ford Bronco Sport is the scaled-down and more affordable version of the Bronco
The Ford Bronco Sport is positioned as the more affordable version of the standard Bronco. However, if we compare the base Bronco ($28,500) and the Bronco Sport Big bends ($28,155), the price difference is not significant. The difference in price gets widened when it comes to the higher variants. Even though the Bronco Sport is not launched yet, you can check the price using Ford’s online configurator.
Since the Ford Bronco Sport First Edition is not on offer anymore, it means that the Bronco Sport Badland will be the most expensive option on the range. Priced at $32,660, this model is powered by a 2.0-litre four-cylinder Ecoboost motor which is mated to an 8-speed automatic gearbox. It also comes with a 4x4 drive system. Additionally, Ford also offers some accessories that can significantly hike up the price.
Ford Bronco Sport Badland is the most expensive models that are available
To enhance the look, one can try adding 17-inch wheels, front and rear splash guard and roof rail crossbars. On the inside, the Bronco Sport Badland can be adorned with some accessories like brown leather seats, cargo mat, carpet mat, and cargo management system. Ford also provides an optional pack for the Badland. This pack include a premium Bang & Olufsen sound system, off-road suspension, 4-wheel drive system with multiple driving modes, full-degree camera and more.
Moreover, an optional tow package and a Ford Co-Pilot 360 Assist 2.0 are also available at the price of $395 and $795, respectively. A boot-lid-mounted bike rack from Yakima is also available. With all of these features and accessories added, the price of the Ford Bronco Badlands can go up to $39,864.