The 2023 Ford Bronco Sport received a few minor changes as the rugged crossover entered its third model year, including some tweaks to painted roof availability and floor mat designs. Now, the Ford Bronco Sport is getting yet another change as we’re already well into the 2023 model year, however – the availability of the new Topo Graphic Package, which recently popped up in the crossover’s build and price configurator and was first spotted by Bronco Nation.
Available for Base, Big Bend, Outer Banks, and Badlands trimmed Ford Bronco Sport models, the new Topo Graphic Package retails for $500 and joins the Black Diamond Graphic Package, which launched in late 2022 for the 2023 model year, too. But while the latter package also adds things like unique wheels, skid plates and different tires, the Topo package consists of nothing more than a series of decals.
Those decals are finished in an anti-glare matte black and are designed to be applied not only on the hood, but also each side. Thanks to Bronco logo die-cutting, the decals still allow the Bronco Sport’s exterior paint to shine through, providing a bit of contrast. The package is available to purchase along with a new Bronco Sport, but existing owners can also buy the decals separately through their Ford dealer.
Aside from these changes, the 2023 Ford Bronco Sport also gained the retro-themed Heritage and Heritage Limited variants, along with some new colors. Heritage models get an Oxford white painted roof, a heritage grille with Race Red “Bronco” lettering, 17-inch aluminum heritage wheels, and bodyside stripes, along with a host of unique interior touches such as Oxford White accents, plaid inserts, and Race Red and Robin’s Egg Blue accent stitching.
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If you want them to look like the Broncos of yesteryear how about a true red and a true green?
The race red for starters isn’t offered on the Sport. Both the race red and eruption green are too far into the yellow spectrum.