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Here’s A Spotter’s Guide For Every 2022 Ford Bronco Grille

The sixth-generation Ford Bronco remains a highly-sought after entity following its launch for the 2021 model year, as the rugged SUV remains one of the fastest-selling new vehicles on the market as of June. However, the 2022 Ford Bronco introduced a few changes for the new model year, including the launch of the all-new Bronco Everglades and Ford Bronco Raptor – the latter of which sold out quickly, along with the entire 2022 model lineup. The 2022 Ford Bronco also gained two new colors – Hot Pepper Red and Eruption Green Metallic, as well as a rear sway bar for Wildtrak models equipped with the H.O.S.S. 3.0 suspension system and all four-door 2022 Broncos with the Sasquatch Package. However, it’s still pretty easy to tell each trim level of the 2022 Ford Bronco apart by looking at nothing more than its front grille.

Base

The entry-level Base Bronco comes equipped with a black molded-in color front grille with black “Bronco” lettering, which makes it unique among the Bronco family, as most other trims feature this lettering in white. The Base Bronco also has standard headlamps without the “halo” signature lighting like higher-trim models.

Big Bend

The Big Bend Bronco features a completely different look from the Base model, with a front grille that’s finished in Carbonized Gray with white “Bronco” lettering. The overall design of the grille is also quite different, with fewer yet larger openings, though the same headlamps as the Base model.

Black Diamond

The Black Diamond 2022 Bronco features a grille design that’s similar to the Base, and it’s also a black molded-in color unit, albeit with white “Bronco” lettering instead of black letters. Otherwise, it’s essentially identical to the Base model.

Outer Banks

The Outer Banks offers a few more luxury features than lesser trims, including LED halo headlights and signature lighting, as well as a black-painted grille with white “Bronco” lettering. The design of the grille is otherwise identical to the Big Bend.

Badlands

The Badlands front grille is rather distinctive when compared to lesser trims, as it features a number of “slots” and is finished in Carbonized Gray with white “Bronco” lettering. This particular trim also comes equipped with LED halo signature lighting.

Wildtrak

The 2022 Ford Bronco Wildtrak features a front grille that’s identical to the Badlands, except for the fact that it’s finished in black with white lettering. Otherwise, the design of this particular unit is exactly the same.

Everglades

The Bronco Everglades utilizes the same grille design as the Badlands and Wildtrak trims, but in this case, it’s finished in Carbonized Gray with black “Bronco” lettering to give it a distinctive look, though the factory-installed winch and spoiler, squared-off fender flares, as well as unique graphics and wheels are also dead giveaways.

Raptor

The Bronco Raptor gets its own, wholly unique front grille that’s painted Carbonized Gray and features large, black “Ford” lettering, as well as three marker lamps in the top center. Additionally, the Bronco Raptor’s headlights feature amber-colored signature lighting to match the marker lamps as well.

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

    They need to fix the catastrophic engine failures first. Last I heard they recalled over 20,000 Broncos for the problem.

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    1. Dee Hart

      Lifters I believe…

      Reply
  2. Fred Sanford

    Look closely and you will see nothing more than a revived IH Scout, with Ford components what could go wrong? They’re delivered with hiking boots and a puppy so you won’t have to walk home alone.

    Reply
  3. JG

    Own one. Love it.

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  4. D.M.

    Feb 21 2020, still waiting for mine. I’d like to drive the thing

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  5. Jeff I

    Just traded a Big Bend for an Outer Banks, couldn’t be happier.

    Reply

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