Ford Bronco Sport Is In The Ford Dealer Ordering System Claims Leak

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A new report is going around that claims the Ford Ordering System has been updated with further details for the Bronco Sport. According to a post on the broncosportforum, trim packages and colors have been revealed. The trim packages include the Base, Big Bend, Outer Banks, Badlands, and First Edition. All have a 105.1-inch wheelbase.

All of those trim packages are listed as being 4×4. Some interesting tidbits noted in the leak include paint colors that will be available. Images associated with the post show that there would be either a black roof or a gray roof available.

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In all, ten body colors are available, including Alto Blue Metallic TC, Area 51, Cactus Gray, Carbonized Gray, Cyber Orange Metallic TC, Iconic Silver, Kodiak Brown, Oxford White, Rapid Red Metallic TC, and Shadow Black. The Badlands package is supposed to have dual-zone E ATC, electric chromatic inside mirrors, and exterior door handles in body color. A mention of a performance two-tone interior, and four-way front seats for the driver with both passenger and driver seats being heated is noted.

The Ford Bronco Sport also has a leather wrapped steering wheel, MyFord infotainment system, remote start, reverse sensing, “roof conversion-low opening,” and body-colored bumpers. Other available options include a six-way adjustable passenger seat and a Class 2 trailer tow package. Two different color wheels are offered, including a Carbon Gray aluminum wheel and a Carbonized Gray aluminum wheel, both measuring 17-inches. Tires are either 225/65 R17 or 235/65 R17, with both sizes being all-terrain. We are very curious what Area 51 is, there are cloth seats specifically for that trim and Active Orange cloth seats along with ebony leather available. Engine options include a 1.5-liter EcoBoost or a 2.0-liter EcoBoost, both with automatic start-stop. The only transmission listed is an eight-speed automatic.

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Source: Broncosportforum

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Written by Shane McGlaun

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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  1. I love it!!! Can’t wait to see and drive it! Hope it’s even better than the photos. I’m new to this site so please excuse the question…has there been any pricing floating around?

    • We can probably expect around a $5K premium over the Escape for the Bronco Sport, as they share the same platform and the Sport will have different parts. As for the full size Bronco, Maybe a $5,000 premium over the Ranger, and it could go well into the lower $60,000 range. Hard to say. It will be far more complex than the Ranger, but will also have trim levels.

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