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2022 Ford Bronco Sport Packages Renamed On Three Trims

As it prepares to enter its second year of production, there aren’t many changes in store for the Ford Bronco Sport. However, sources familiar with the matter have told Ford Authority that the names of three 2022 Ford Bronco Sport trim packages – Big Bend, Outer Banks, and Badlands – have been changed due to a change in moonroof availability throughout the lineup.

First up, the 2022 Ford Bronco Sport Big Bend Package is now called the Convenience Package. This package contains a host of equipment including Intelligent Access with push-button start and a SecuriCode keyless-entry keypad, LED fog lamps, rear parking sensors, an 8-way power driver’s seat, heated front seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, universal garage door opener, wireless charging pad, and zipper pockets in the front seatbacks.

What was formerly called the Outer Banks Package is now known as the Tech Package, which includes a wireless charging pad, universal garage door opener, HD Radio, and a B&O 10-speaker sound system with a subwoofer.

Finally, the Badlands Package is now called the Premium Package, and it adds a host of features including body-color door handles, rear parking sensors, remote start, a heated steering wheel, wireless charging pad, universal garage door opener, HD Radio, leather-trimmed two-tone seats with mini-perforation, 6-way power passenger leather seats, 4-way manually adjustable head restraints for front-seat occupants, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, Dual-Zone Electronic Automatic Temperature Control (DEATC), and a B&O 10-speaker sound system with a subwoofer.

These name changes came about as Ford decided to drop the moonroof from each of these packages, which is now a partially standalone option that can only be paired with these three packages.

In addition to this change, the 2022 Ford Bronco Sport Badlands is also gaining a leather-wrapped steering wheel, as Ford Authority reported back in October. The 2022 Bronco Sport – which was recently joined Consumer Reports‘ list of recommended carsentered production at the Ford Hermosillo Assembly Plant back on November 12th.

We’ll have more on the Bronco Sport soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Bronco Sport news and continuous Ford news coverage.

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. Jim Robertson

    Are there any rumours that the Bronco range will be available with a hybrid power train any time in the near future

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  2. NCEcoBoost

    It’ll become clearly obvious that, once the talk subsides, this thing needs to have 2wd standard with AWD an option. And a BIG price drop. This thing is so overpriced, it’s insulting (and laughable). $31K for a Big Bend with not much stuff on it? You’re kidding me. Wouldn’t go near one at the dealership.

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    1. Pedro77

      31K is cheap nowadays. Don’t forget the 5000-7500 grand mark up Ford dealers are tacking on.

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    2. DW

      I don’t know but I consider my loaded $36K Outer Banks a relative bargain. Cheaper than a similar Escape.

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  3. James Kroeger

    Just about every “Ford Authority” report there is a bit of information about new options or accessories, and/or changes that they are making for the Ford Bronco. This is all fine & dandy, but when you are sitting at home with your Bronco order placed and have no idea, when, and sometimes feels like “if” your Bronco will be produced. and received it’s a bit frustrating. Kinda like wagging a carrot in front of your nose. Could or would you consider giving more frequent updates on where Ford is with actual production of the Bronco and why? Just something to consider.
    Thanks,
    JTK

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    1. Stalkbroker94

      Here’s your advice: don’t buy a vehicle that’s not on the market yet. Bought a 2013 Mustang GT a few months back and the crazy thing is that not only did I save money because it had 10,000 miles on it, but there was no question as to when I was going to get it.
      There was no need for me to get all impatient and whiney because there was no live-feed of my vehicle getting assembled.
      You made your bed, now shut up and lie in it, would you?

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      1. JustJessee

        I would assume someone’s life would have to be terrible if they felt the need to be such a salty jackass in the comments section of a Ford forum over a legitimate question.

        Really terrible, depressing, hate-filled life I imagine.

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  4. Bob

    Why Still no Sync 4???

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