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Ford Bronco Heritage Edition Models Will Likely Hang On Beyond 2023

After multiple leaks and spied prototypes, the Ford Bronco Heritage Edition, Heritage Limited, and Ford Bronco Sport Heritage Edition and Heritage Limited were just revealed yesterday, adding a healthy dose of retro flair to the rugged SUV and crossover. The 2023 Ford Bronco Heritage Edition models are limited to just 1,966 units each – a nod to the SUV’s first model year – which made many wonder if 2023 would be it for this particular model, as well as the Bronco Sport Heritage. However, that doesn’t appear to be the case, as Ford confirmed that both will return for 2024 in a rather subtle way.

During the reveal for both Ford Bronco Heritage Edition models, The Blue Oval stated that Peak Blue will be available for the 2024 model year, which effectively serves as confirmation that both models will last beyond 2023. Additionally, both of these offerings are trim levels, not optional packages, as the Heritage is based on the Big Bend trim and the Heritage Limited is based on the Badlands in both cases. Given the fact that these are limited-edition models, a return in 2024 wasn’t a guarantee by any means, particularly as Ford seems keen to make changes to the Bronco lineup with each passing year.

Both the Bronco and Bronco Sport Heritage Edition models feature a host of unique features inside and out that help each stand out from the rest of the lineup. On both versions, those include a host of Oxford White accents, as well as unique wheels and interior treatments.

The 2023 Bronco Sport Heritage and Heritage Limited edition models are available to order for all customers now, while 2023 Bronco two- and four-door models will go on sale later this year, with initial orders prioritized for current Bronco order holders awaiting their vehicle, as Ford Authority reported earlier this week. Orders will open to all customers next year, regardless of current reservation status. The Bronco Sport Heritage Edition features an MSRP of $34,245, while the Heritage Limited starts at $44,655. The Bronco Heritage will start at $44,305, while the range-topping Heritage Limited is priced at $66,895.

We’ll have more on the Bronco Heritage Edition soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Bronco news, Bronco Sport news, and comprehensive 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. truth speaker

    Another wheels and stickers heritage edition, yawn.

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  2. NCEcoBoost

    Funny how these were introed right after Farley claimed that there are too many trim levels and models. Does the front end of the horse talk to the back end?

    These look OK on the big Bronco but awful on the Sport.

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  3. Marvin Meyer

    Ford can’t fill their curren Bronco orders let alone this. Mine has been on order since December 2021 with no indication of s delivery date.

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  4. blksn8k

    I like the look. Now make it in Grabber Green to match my Early Bronco.

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