The 2022 Ford Bronco Sport will soon replace the 2021 model, and it gets more expensive across all grades.
The price increases arrive across all trims of the 2022 Ford Bronco Sport, although we can’t say they are significant.
The range-topping Badlands trim rises in price most of all – by $575 compared to the previous model year. The base model will cost $50 more. The Big Bend trim level adds $105 to the price tag. Outer Banks becomes $215 more expensive.
We must admit that Ford’s rebate system can potentially neutralize those price increases. Purchasers should check with their local dealers for details on current promotions.
Well, what do buyers get along with the rise in value? The 2022 Ford Bronco Sport Badlands whose price increased the most offers such ‘goodies’ as a standard leather-wrapped steering wheel, a 2.0-liter EcoBoost I-4 engine with the double-clutch rear drive unit, SelectShift paddle shifters, tow hooks in front, metal bash plates, enhanced suspension, some other upgrades.
In terms of sales, the Ford Bronco Sport has been gradually catching up with its larger sibling Ford Escape. In the USA, the Blue Oval sold 20,690 Bronco Sport vehicles in the third quarter of this year versus 26,299 Escapes. 81,204 Bronco Sport models and 111,791 Ford Escape vehicles were sold from January to September 2021.
Source: Ford Authority