How many Ford Bronco Trims are there?
The Ford Bronco will have seven different trims to choose. There are also five available package options, and the trim you select will determine which package is available to you.
Ford Bronco comes with a seven-speed manual transmission (six regular gears and one crawler gear for low speeds and heavy-duty usage). Your standard equipment includes the 2.3-liter Eco Boost engine. Suitable for a claimed 270 horsepower and 310 pounds-feet of torque.
Ford says the Base consists of just the “absolute essentials.” It is “ripe for customization.”
You can get the Base with the more powerful 2.7-liter Eco Boost engine, which produces a claimed 310 horsepower and 400 pounds-feet of torque. If you do, you have to get it with the 10-speed automatic transmission.
Other standard hardware includes 16-inch silver steel wheels, 30-inch all-season tires, cloth seats, and 4×4.
Prices start at $28,500.
Available packages: Sasquatch.
- Bronco Big Bend
Ford says the Big Bend is the one that gives you “creature comforts along with your standard Bronco features.”
These comforts include a leather-wrapped steering wheel, heated seats, 17-inch wheels, 32-inch tires, LED fog lamps, and cloth seats. Engine options include the 2.3-liter EcoBoost with the seven-speed manual or the 2.7-liter Eco Boost with the 10-speed automatic.
Prices start at $33,385. Available packages: Sasquatch, Mid.
Black Diamond Trim
The Black Diamond comes standard with 17-inch black-painted wheels and 32-inch all-terrain tires. It has a heavy-duty modular front bumper and a powder-coated steel rear. Rock rails, heavy-duty bash plates, auxiliary switches in the overhead console, rubberized flooring with drain plugs, and marine-grade vinyl seats.
Ford says this is the one for “next-level outdoor adventure complete with washout interior.”
Engine options, again, are between the 2.3-liter and the seven-speed manual or the 2.7-liter and the 10-speed automatic.
Prices start at $36,050.
Available packages: Sasquatch, Mid.
- Outer Banks Trim
According to Ford, this is the trim level that “puts off-road style and tech front and center,” according to Ford.
Your standard hardware includes the 2.3-liter Ecoboost, but of course, the 2.7-liter Eco Boost is an option. Signature LED head- and taillights, body-color exterior door handles, mirror caps, fender flares, powder-coated tube steps, and cloth seats with a heated front row, though leather-trimmed seats are available.
Prices start at $38,955.
Available packages: Sasquatch, High, Lux.
The Badlands trim comes standard with the 2.3-liter Eco Boost, with the 2.7-liter available as an option. It has 17-inch gray-painted, machined-face wheels, 33-inch tires, Badlands suspension with a front stabilizer bar disconnect, a heavy-duty modular bumper, a powder-coated steel rear, auxiliary switches in the overhead console, rubberized flooring with drain plus, and marine-grade vinyl seats.
It’s like the Black Diamond trim, but with a few more features.
Ford says it’s for the folks who “crave the extreme in their off-roading.”
Prices start at $42,095.
Available packages: Sasquatch, Mid, High, Lux.
With the Wildtrak, you lose the option of the smaller engine and instead only get the 2.7-liter EcoBoost, exclusively paired with the 10-speed automatic transmission.
Ford says this one, “styled and made for high-speed off-roading.”
- A modular black-painted hardtop.
- A Wildtrak hood graphic.
- Carpet floors.
- Cloth seats with a heated front row.
Leather-trimmed seats are available.
Prices start at $48,875.
Available packages: High, Lux
Sitting at the top of the Bronco’s trim levels is the First Edition, and it comes standard with Sasquatch and Lux package hardware.
The 2.7-liter Eco Boost engine and the 10-speed automatic are standard here, with Ford saying that it’s limiting the production of the First Edition to just 3,500 examples.
Prices start at $59,305.
The Bronco Sport is the small SUV member of the Bronco lineup, and it’s not as off-road-dedicated as the other Broncos. A Sport is the one for folks who might want a more “normal” SUV, not something as hardcore as the others.