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Ford Bronco Sport Production Increased In May 2024

Last month, Ford Maverick production at the Hermosillo Assembly plant in Mexico declined slightly month-over-month, by right around one percent as 17,468 units rolled off the assembly line. That result follows several months of ups and downs for the popular pickup, which enjoyed a tremendous boost in February before declining in February and March and increasing somewhat in April. As for the Ford Bronco Sport – which is built alongside the Maverick at Hermosillo – it didn’t suffer the same fate in May, however.

Rather, according to FoMoCo’s May sales report, Ford Bronco Sport production hit 16,999 units last month, which is an increase of 1,427 units or around nine percent compared to April, when Hermosillo built 15,572 units of the rugged crossover. This increase comes after Ford Bronco Sport production grew by 16.6 percent in January before declining by 12 percent in February and 20 percent in March, then increasing 37 percent in April.

In the midst of its fourth model year, the Ford Bronco Sport did receive a few notable updates for 2024. The Heritage Limited was dropped from the lineup, along with the entry-level Base trim, though Ford added two other interesting variants for the new model year – the Black Appearance Package and the retro-themed Free Wheeling model. Otherwise, the rugged crossover received the typical exterior color changes as well, but not much else.

However, bigger things are seemingly in store for the 2025 model year, as the Ford Bronco Sport is slated to receive a mid-cycle refresh. To date, Ford Authority has spotted a few prototypes of that model, revealing an exterior design that doesn’t deviate much from the current Bronco Sport. However, the 2025 Ford Bronco Sport is also expected to receive some more notable updates, such as a larger infotainment screen inside the cabin.

We’ll have more production figures to share soon, so subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford Bronco Sport news and continuous 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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