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What Packages Are Available On The 2024 Ford Bronco?

The 2024 Ford Bronco offers a wide array of optional packages that kit the off-road-ready SUV with even more functional features and aesthetic enhancements than it comes with straight from the assembly line. Below, Ford Authority breaks down each package and equipment group, including pricing, content, and availability.

Note that package offerings differ depending on trim level. The 2024 Ford Bronco trim level lineup consists of Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, Badlands, Wildtrak, Everglades, Raptor, Heritage Edition, and Heritage Limited Edition. Now, let’s take a look at the packages available for each trim.

Sasquatch Package

There are two versions of the Sasquatch Package, which is available on most 2024 Ford Bronco trims. The first is the “regular” Sasquatch Package (option code 765), which is optional on Big Bend ($9,455), Black Diamond ($8,955), Outer Banks ($7,640), and Badlands ($6,035). It’s standard on Wildtrak, Heritage, Everglades, Wildtrak, and Heritage Limited models, but is not offered at all on Raptor models. It includes the following:

  • Advanced 4×4 with Automatic On Demand Engagement
  • 17-inch Black High Gloss-Painted Aluminum, with Warm Alloy Beauty Ring, Beadlock Capable Wheels
  • 4.7 Final Drive Ratio with Electronic-locking Front and Rear Axle
  • High Clearance Suspension
  • High Clearance Fender Flares
  • LT315/70R17 Mud-Terrain (M/T) Tires (35-inch)
  • Position-sensitive Bilstein Shock Absorbers

Meanwhile, the Sasquatch Package is also offered without beadlock capable wheels. This package is available on Big Bend ($8,460), Black Diamond ($7,690), Outer Banks ($6,465), and Badlands ($5,040), and features the following:

  • Advanced 4×4 with Automatic On Demand Engagement
  • 17-inch Carbonized Gray painted aluminum wheels
  • 4.7 Final Drive Ratio with Electronic-locking Front and Rear Axle
  • High Clearance Suspension
  • High Clearance Fender Flares
  • LT315/70R17 Mud-Terrain (M/T) Tires (35-inch)
  • Position-sensitive Bilstein Shock Absorbers

2023 Ford Bronco Outer Banks Europe - Exterior 001 - Rear Three Quarters

Trailer Tow Package

For $500, the Trailer Tow Package can be added to every Ford Bronco trim, except for Raptor models. This package fits the rugged pony with accessories that make towing a breeze, such as a hitch and applicable harnesses.

Mid Package

Most Ford Bronco trims offer a series of optional equipment groups that feature upgrades over the standard models. Upgrading to the Mid Package on the Bronco Big Bend, Black Diamond, or Badlands costs $1,645, adding special features such as ambient footwell lighting, front row heated seats, Ford Co-Pilot 360, remote start, and more. Note that the Mid Package is standard on Outer Banks, Heritage, Everglades and Wildtrak.

High/Lux Package

Much like the Mid Package, the High/Lux Package bundles even more features for an extra $2,390 on the Bronco Outer Banks and Wildtrak, or $4,575 on the Badlands. This package outfits everything included in the Mid Package, along with advanced features like Adaptive Cruise Control, a B&O sound system, Evasive Steering Assist, Sync 4 capabilities and more. It’s included on the Bronco Heritage Limited and Raptor trims.

2023 Ford Bronco Badlands Europe - Interior 002

Raptor Code Orange Appearance Package

As the name implies, the Raptor Code Orange Appearance Package (option code 51A) is exclusive to the range-topping Raptor trim. It costs $2,495, and cannot be equipped in conjunction with Hot Pepper Red Metallic Tinted Clearcoat paint. Accessories in this package are as follows:

  • Code Orange Accent Accent Seat Belts
  • Code Orange Beadlock Kit
  • Code Orange Tow Hooks
  • Code Orange Graphics Package
  • Mirror, Sideview – Body-Color Painted Caps
  • 17-inch Dark Carbonized Gray Alloy Painted, Beadlock Capable Forged Wheels
  • 37 x 12.5R17 All-Terrain (A/T) Tires

2024 Ford Bronco Raptor Code Orange Package - Exterior 001 - Front Three Quarters

Raptor Black Appearance Package

For $4,995, the Raptor Black Appearance Package adds a few dark-themed accents to the Bronco Raptor. It requires a painted hard top and Shadow Black painted roof, which only recently became available for the rugged pony. Equipment is as follows:

  • Unique graphics package
  • Low Gloss Black high coverage fender flares
  • Mirror, sideview – Gloss Black skull caps

As a reminder, pricing for the 2024 Ford Bronco starts at $42,170 for the base Big Bend trim. Updates for the 2024 model year include the 12-inch screen with Sync 4 as standard across the entire lineup, while Badlands-trimmed models now feature the Heavy Duty Modular Front Bumper as standard equipment, too.

We’ll have more on the 2024 Ford Bronco soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Bronco 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. Chris

    Being a owner that waited almost 2 yrs for a Bronco Wildtrak with HOSS suspension makes me very upset what ford has all done in the changes. First I was offer the HOSS package because back in 2021 I didn’t have my VIN yet and told by ford this is only for other with out a VIN. Sorta a special package for the Wildtrak. But now offered to who ever orders one. Also we had to order and pay more in order to get the 12 inch screen, now given to any one. So why let others think, your getting a Bronco that’s different then others by what I wrote and it isn’t. We Payed to up grade out Broncos and now everyone is getting it for free

  2. Chris

    My apologies for some of the mispelling in what I wrote. I was in a hurry in a traffic i and then it started to go again. But Ford should be giving others something who had to pay to upgrade the ordered Broncos in 2020 and 2021. Because now things are automatically being put in them at no cost.

  3. TXLivin

    @Chris, nothing is “given” its all payed for, check out the 2024 msrps vs 2021 msrps on the broncos. Qc is still crap, bigger screen to compete with jeep but everything else is the same, 20-30% higher msrp on all trims, cost of hard top, sasquach, transportation. You sound bitter af, stfu and enjoy your bronco, also pull into a parking lot , typing and driving is not a good combo.


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