2022 Bronco Sport New model Walkthrough

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Advantage Ford in Calgary is pleased to present one of our latest editions – the 2022 Bronco Sport. Here is a walkthrough of what you can expect from our new trim. 


The 2022 Ford Bronco Sport is a superior compact crossover for blending inner-city living and athletic weekend escapades. Designed like a mini version of the jumbo-sized Ford Bronco, this minute variation pulls notice. Its truck-inspired form lends it ample space on the interior where both head and cargo room are commodious. 

Additionally, the add-on of practical attributes like hidden storage pockets and a pull-out workbench are distinct features that add to the Bronco’s personality. 4×4 is standard, but the powerful turbo-four motor is preserved for the up-to-the-minute Badlands model.

Cost and Which Trim to Purchase

The baseline model starts at roughly $36,300. This is on the low end of the spectrum and comes with standard equipment such as Anti-Lock-Braking System, Cargo Space Lights, Dual Stage Driver And Passenger Seat-Mounted Side Airbags, Terrain Management System with 5 modes and more. 

On the opposite side, you have the Badlands (recommended) at an estimated $44,700. Outfitted with aluminum rear wheel material, 2200lbs towing capacity, heated front seats, front 180-degree camera with split-view and washer and more. 

Motor, Performance, and Transmission

The Bronco Sport cruises on the same platform that sustains the compact Escape, and each trim has AWD. A 181-hp, turbocharged 1.5-litre three-cylinder is the base motor, but a 245-hp turbo 2.0-liter four-cylinder is also offered. Both couple with an eight-speed transmission, but the more potent motor presents steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters as well as upgraded cooling elements. 

The Bronco Sport can haul between 2000 and 2200lbs. The premier Badlands model offers a plethora of special equipment, which includes a twin-clutch rear-drive unit along with a differential lock. 

Additionally, it has off-road tires positioned on 17-inch wheels, a 1.0-inch suspension lift for enhanced ground clearance, and strong shock absorbers. 

Fuel Efficiency and Economy

The three-cylinder Bronco Sport ranked at 40km per gallon in the city and 46km on the highway. Advancing to the more indomitable four-cylinder variation dips those numbers to 34km per gallon in the city and 42km on the highway. We ran one with the smaller motor on our 120km fuel-efficiency route, and it came back with an exceptional 53km per gallon on the highway.

Interior, Cargo, and Comfort

The interior of the Bronco Sport possesses an alluring composition and a myriad of sought-after attributes. The small ute also has a sufficient amount of room and many interesting innovations – like the Safari-Style roof for extra headroom. Even though its wheelbase is not as extensive as the Escape, the mini Bronco has adequate amounts of legroom in the rear seat. 

The Base, Big Bend and Outerbanks models come with 65.2 cu. ft. of available cargo volume, enough space to accommodate two mountain bikes. Furthermore, the cargo hold can also be styled with a pull-out table that doubles as a workstation, a 400-watt power supply, and LED lights that are built into the interior of the rear gate that offer overhead lighting. 

Additionally, the rear gate displays a glass device as well as a built-in bottle opener. The Badlands trim comes with launderable, rubber flooring and cushioning that is low-maintenance.

Infotainment and Connectedness

Each Bronco Sport offers an 8.0-inch touch panel that sustains Ford’s Sync 3 software. It comes equipped with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay and can be reformed and upgraded with SiriusXM radio as well as a Bang & Olufsen system. In addition to touch sensitivity and voice commands, the infotainment system can be managed with buttons as well as volume and knob control.

Safety and Driver-Assistance Attributes

The Bronco Sport offers a whole host of driver-assistance technology that offers standard forward-collision alert and automated braking for emergencies. Additional key safety attributes include:

  • Standard blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic warning
  • Standard lane-departure alert and lane-keeping assist
  • Adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go technology

Maintenance and Warranty Coverage

Ford offers a competitive limited and powertrain warranty that’s congruent with the majority of its competitors.

  • The limited warranty will cover up to 60,000km (3 years)
  • Powertrain warranty will cover 100,000km (5 years)