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2022 Ford Bronco Lineup Gets More Expensive, But Some Options Don’t

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The 2022 Ford Bronco build and price configurator just went live yesterday, and there’s a lot to digest from a number of changes for the new model year. Of course, there aren’t any major updates to report, as the sixth-gen Ford Bronco was all-new for the 2021 model year, but the 2022 Ford Bronco lineup does get a few new special edition models, some color changes, and as it turns out, a handful of price increases for both the entire 2022 Ford Bronco lineup and certain options as well.

2022 vs. 2021 Ford Bronco Pricing

Model/Trim Level 2022 Ford Bronco 2021 Ford Bronco +/- 2022
Two Door
Base $29,300 $28,500 +$800
Big Bend $33,785 $33,385 +$400
Black Diamond $36,450 $36,050 +$400
Outer Banks $39,355 $38,955 +$400
Badlands $42,495 $42,095 +$400
Wildtrak $47,780 $46,980 +$800
Four Door
Base $33,450 $33,200 +$250
Big Bend $36,130 $35,880 +$250
Black Diamond $38,795 $38,545 +$250
Outer Banks $41,700 $41,450 +$250
Badlands $44,840 $44,590 +$250
Wildtrak $49,475 $49,475 +$250
*prices do not reflect a mandatory $1,495 destination and delivery fee.

The 2022 Ford Bronco gets a price increase across the board for all trim levels, in both two-door and four-door configurations. All four-door models feature an MSRP that’s $250 more than last year, while two-door models get a larger price increase, ranging from $400 to $800 depending on trim. The $1,495 mandatory destination and delivery fee remains unchanged from 2021, however.

2022 vs. 2021 Ford Bronco Pricing – Options/Packages

Model/Trim Level 2022 Ford Bronco 2021 Ford Bronco +/- 2022
Sasquatch Package – Base $6,590 $4,995 +$1595
Sasquatch Package – Big Bend $4,995 $4,995 $0
Sasquatch Package – Outer Banks $4,200 $4,200 $0
Sasquatch Package – Black Diamond $6,090 $4,495 +$1595
Sasquatch Package – Badlands $4,090 $2,495 +$1595
2.7L EcoBoost V6 $1,895 $1,895 $0
10-speed automatic transmission $1,595 $1,595 $0

In terms of options and packages, the 2022 Bronco features notable price increases in some areas, while others remain unchanged from 2021. The chart above shows some of the more notable items, though it doesn’t reflect every change for 2022. Interestingly, the Sasquatch Package is getting a rather large price bump of $1,595 – but only on certain trim levels, including Base, Black Diamond, and Badlands. Meanwhile, Ford’s 2.7L EcoBoost V6 and 10-speed automatic transmission cost the same as last year.

In addition to these pricing changes, the 2022 model year will see the introduction of the recently-announced 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor and Bronco Everglades, both of which will launch next summer. Two new exterior colors will also be available – Eruption Green and Hot Pepper Red Metallic Tinted Clearcoat – which replace the discontinued Antimatter Blue, Lightning Blue Metallic, and Rapid Red Metallic Tinted Clearcoat, while Cyber Orange is now available on all trims.

For 2022, customers can pair Ford’s Sasquatch Package with its seven-speed manual transmission (2.7L V6 EcoBoost models only), as Ford Authority recently reported. The 2022 Bronco also gains a new “Capable” front bumper, while the Heavy-Duty Modular bumper is now available on every trim level. Finally, a roof rack option has been added for four-door Sasquatch models (except Badlands with the 2.7L EcoBoost V6 or Wildtrak models with full underbody skid plates.), and the Wildtrak four-door has dropped its standard MIC hardtop for a soft top.

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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Comments

  1. Ed

    Will or does Ford offer cable for the running lights, brake, and blinker similar to the factory Jeep towing cable that plugs into the factory wire harness?

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  2. Miranda

    I am hoping they change the bright blue accents on the interior of the Outer banks. I love the roast and black leather seats, but the blue grab handles…don’t go.

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