Aside from things like lift kits, performance calibrations, wheel/tire sets, and off-road lighting, the official Ford Bronco catalog is chock full of other, non-functional yet cool appearance upgrades, too. That includes, interestingly enough, a handful of badges owners can purchase to spiffy up their rugged SUVs, including the blacked-out Bronco badge that comes as standard equipment on the Wildtrak series, as well as a GOAT badge that is also available as a totally black accessory. Now, this list of offerings continues to grow, as Ford Performance has added a Ford Bronco Heritage Limited emblem to its catalog, too.
The Ford Bronco Heritage Limited Edition emblem fits all 2021-2023 Bronco models and is identical to the one present on the limited-run retro-inspired variant, of which just 1,966 will be produced for the 2023 model year and are not available via retail orders – only through dealer allocation. That means that most folks seeking this kind of look will need to purchase the badge, at the very least, and perhaps add the same Oxford White accents that the Heritage Limited is adorned with, too.
Regardless, this new badge comes in a set of two – one for each fender – and is finished in silver, with two-way tape included for easy, no-drill installation. Made from metal rather than plastic or some other material, these badges are also a bit more robust than some aftermarket offerings.
The 2021-2023 Ford Bronco Heritage Limited badge set is sold under part number M-1447-BSS in the Ford Performance catalog and retails for $130. For those looking for a way to add a bit more retro style to their non-Heritage Bronco, it’s certainly a pretty solid way of accomplishing precisely that.
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Love what Ford has been able to do with the 6th Gen Bronco – I’m a proud owner of a ‘22 two door Black Diamond.
Only fault/concern: transfer case. I’m lucky I don’t have that ridiculous “4A” mode – clutches that are junk! Why won’t Ford – who has done so much wonderfully well with the 6th Gen – have a permanent 4WD set up like the Ineos Grenadier (Land Rovers, MB G500)..??!!?
I don’t care for the gimmick of the modes!
Three open differentials with the capability of locking all three – simple, stout and purpose built.
And Fuel mileage, while I’m working to get 17mpg with my manual, can’t get worse!
Otherwise LOVE it!