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2023 Ford Bronco Sport Lineup To Add Two Graphics Packages: Exclusive

The 2023 Ford Bronco Sport marks the third year of production for the off-road-oriented crossover, bringing a few minor changes with the new model year. Among these changes will be a new Heritage model inspired by Broncos from the past, along with a new Black Diamond Off-Road Package. The small but rugged utility will also gain standard memory features, such as a standard memory for the driver’s seat and sideview mirrors, both of which were previously unavailable for the 2022 model year. And now, Ford Authority has learned from sources familiar with the matter that the 2023 Bronco Sport will also gain two new graphics packages.

The first graphics package will be included as part of the aforementioned Black Diamond Off-Road Package, while the second will be a standalone option available across all 2023 Bronco Sport trim levels. At the time of this writing, it’s unclear what the graphics included in either package will look like, or how much they will cost.

As a reminder, the 2023 Ford Bronco Sport Black Diamond Off-Road Package will be available as an option on Big Bend and Outer Banks trim levels. It includes several features, including underbody protection, 17-inch Carbonized Gray low gloss aluminum wheels, as well as 225/65 R17 all-terrain Continental tires. It must be added in conjunction with the Class II Trailer Tow Package. It’a also worth noting that this package is a late availability option, meaning that interested parties will have to wait until later in the model year to order it on their Bronco Sport.

In fact, Ford Authority spies caught a 2023 Ford Bronco Sport with the Black Diamond Off-Road Package just last week. While the heavy camouflage on this model doesn’t allow for a glimpse at the exclusive graphics package, we were allowed to see the aforementioned wheels and other features.

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.

Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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  1. NCEcoBoost

    Ford’s CUV pricing has grown so bloated and non-competitive that I doubt that, in a recession, hardly any will move off the lots without BIG incentives, so this is worthless right now. Just after Farley claims that there are too many trim levels and options packages in the lineup. Uh huh.

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    1. JohnTaurus

      Bloated and non-compeditive. I see. Have you looked at Toyota, Honda and Hyundais lately? The Bronco Sport starts at like $1500 more with standard AWD, the Escape starts at around the same as they do if you are that fastidious. How is that so outrageously uncompetitive?

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    2. Chuck

      Ford just raised prices 17% . What’s next?

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  2. GaryB

    last new car i bought was a 2008 suzuki forenza. $9,999. my wifes old car, an sx-4, was an awd sedan brand new at $8,000. These basic AF CUVs are pushing +30k. I think wages for unskilled labor has gone up what, $2 an hour since then? most people need 7 year loans for entry level cars. good luck expecting anyone to save up 20% for a DP for a house before they are 40 years old. It does seem contradictory that they keep expanding with all of these different trim levels and packages as Farley is saying they will simplify the options.

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    1. JohnTaurus

      Yeah it’s crazy how some SUVs cost more than your “basic AF” Daewoo/Suzuki crapbox from 14 years ago.

      Mitsubishi has a beautiful Mirage G4 just for you.

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  3. Chuck

    At today’s cost of new vehicles , who’s going to be able afford buy one. HELP!!!

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