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2022 Ford Bronco Heritage Confirmed Via Dealer Documents

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Back in January, Ford Authority reported that despite what rumors indicated at the time, a 2021 Ford Bronco Heritage model was not in the cards. However, just a couple of weeks later, Ford Authority obtained a complete list of 2021 Bronco lease residual values, which, oddly enough, listed the Heritage, indicating that it could possibly launch in the 2022 model year. Now, the existence of the 2022 Ford Bronco Heritage model has been confirmed by a dealer document obtained by Ford Authority.

The document, which outlines leasing information about 2022 Ford Bronco pricing, lists all available trims in sequence, with the Heritage and Heritage Limited appearing after the Wildtrak, which is currently the highest tier trim in the Bronco lineup. This presumably signifies that whatever the Heritage is, it’ll be its own trim series, not a package. Additionally, the 2022 Ford Bronco Heritage might contain some additional equipment and/or powertrain combinations that justify its seemingly higher price tag.

The Heritage isn’t the only new Bronco on the way for the 2022 model year, as it will be joined by the Everglades and Ford Bronco Raptor. Ford Authority spies just spotted a Bronco Everglades prototype out testing yesterday wearing some very interesting equipment, though Ford has thus far only confirmed that the model will come with a snorkel and winch.

The special-edition Everglades will only be available as a four-door model will be offered in a color called Desert Sand with a marine-grade vinyl interior. The Everglades will be built in limited quantities, and is scheduled to launch next summer.

Meanwhile, Ford has also confirmed that the Bronco Raptor will launch next summer as an ultra-high-performance version of its rugged SUV. As Ford Authority exclusively reported earlier this year, this new variant will be powered by Ford’s 3.0L EcoBoost V6 and will feature Fox Live Valve shock technology, 17-inch F-150 Raptor-like wheels, LT315/70R17 BFGoodrich KO2 All-Terrain T/A tires, a wider stance than the regular Bronco, unique front and rear fascias and bumper treatments, higher ground clearance, and signature “Ford” lettering on the front grille.

In addition to these new models, the 2022 Bronco is set to receive new colors and the ability to pair the Sasquatch Package with Ford’s seven-speed manual transmission. Pricing for all Bronco models and some options are also set to increase in 2022, as Ford Authority reported last week.

We’ll have more on the 2022 Bronco soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Bronco news and around-the-clock Ford news coverage.

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Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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Comments

  1. Don Wood

    As Ford endlessly delays the rollout of the Bronco, it keeps adding new trim levels at increasingly higher prices. By the time you can actually purchase one at a dealer showroom, they’ll be to expensive for most people to purchase. All this is driving up sales of Jeep Rubicons and Land Rover Discoveries. Another marketing disaster by Ford.

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  2. NCEcoBoost

    I have no idea how many are available, but I’ve still yet to see one on the roads. What IS apparent, however, is that Ford continues to cure its boredom problem by rolling out endless variations of existing models – ridiculously – and ignoring lesser priced models, some that are desperately in need of revisions, like the Escape. Yes, I’m a Ford owner, so don’t start with ME.

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  3. Haus Cartwright

    Need to complete the 2021 before making another false statement about another. My dealer said if I ordered a 2021 today it would take a year to get. And as with every other short coming blame covid.

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