2022 Ford Bronco for Sale in Wilbraham, MA
Trims and Configurations
The ’22 Bronco is a tough-as-nails off-road SUV produced in a wide array of trim levels: Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, Badlands, Wildtrak, Everglades, and Raptor. Four-door and two-door versions are available, but the Everglades and Raptor come as four-doors only. The four-door can be ordered with either a hard- or soft-top roof (except for the Everglades and Raptor, where the hard-top is the only choice), while the two-door is hard-top only. Both the hard- and soft-top roofs can be removed, and every Bronco comes with class-exclusive frameless doors that can easily snap in and out of place and be stored in the cargo area.
Powertrains and Capabilities
The Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, Badlands, and Everglades each get a standard turbocharged 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine making 300 hp and 325 lb.-ft. of torque. They’re eligible, though, for a turbocharged 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 that makes 330 hp and 415 lb.-ft. of torque (which comes standard in the Wildtrak). The Raptor has its own turbocharged 3.0-liter EcoBoost V6 that Ford says should produce upwards of 400 hp. The 2.3-liter powerplant links to either a seven-speed manual gearbox or a 10-speed automatic, although the Outer Banks only comes with the 10-speed. Four-wheel drive with part-time selectable engagement is standard, but in the Badlands and above grades, it features automatic on-demand engagement.
With the Class II Trailer Tow Package, most trims can tow up to 3,500 pounds; however, the Raptor with the Tow Package can tow as high as 4,500 lb. And while the water fording ability is 33.5 inches with 33-in. and 35-in. tires for most trims, it’s 36.4 in. with the Everglades and 37 in. with the Raptor. With the manual transmission, the Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, and Badlands get 35-in. mud-terrain tires, which increase ground clearance to 11.6 in. The manual Badlands is also eligible for 33-in. mud tires.
Standard Equipment by Trim
The Base trim offers 8.3 in. of ground clearance (8.4 in. with the two-door), 16-in. wheels with 30-in. all-season tires, and five G.O.A.T. modes (Goes Over Any Type of Terrain) to extend driving to a variety of conditions and terrain. It also has LED headlights, a manually opening 150-degree swing gate, three tow hooks (two up front and one in the rear), heated side mirrors, remote keyless entry, push-button ignition, an 8-in. digital gauge cluster, two 12-volt power outlets, smart-charging USB ports (both A and C), and a 60/40-split second-row bench seat. The Big Bend moves up to 17-in. wheels with 32-in. all-terrain tires and adds a sixth G.O.A.T. mode plus LED fog lights, rear privacy glass, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. The Black Diamond is issued full underbody bash plates, rock rails, marine-grade vinyl upholstery, rubberized flooring with drain plugs, yet another G.O.A.T. mode, and MOLLE straps on the front seatbacks.
The Outer Banks drops the Black Diamond’s bash plates, rock rails, vinyl upholstery, rubberized flooring, and seventh G.O.A.T. mode, but it gains 18-in. wheels (still with the 32-in. all-terrain tires), signature LED headlights, fender flares, a tube step, heated front seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, Intelligent Access, illuminated vanity mirrors, ambient footwell lighting, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and an AC power outlet. The Badlands is like the Black Diamond, but it upgrades with electronic-locking front and rear axles, front stabilizer bar disconnect, and 17-in. wheels with 33-in. all-terrain tires.
The Wildtrak builds off the Black Diamond with 35-in. mud-terrain tires, a Wildtrak hood graphic, 11.7 in. of ground clearance, and the seventh G.O.A.T. mode. The all-new Everglades is outfitted with the vinyl upholstery and rubberized floor, as well as the deluxe contents of the Wildtrak (except for the LED fog lights). It also has a heavy-duty modular front bumper, roof rails with crossbars, Everglades bodyside graphics, full underbody and front bash plates, an air intake snorkel, and a hardy WARN winch.
The formidable Raptor occupies the top spot with a HOSS 4.0 system with Fox live-valve internal bypass semi-active dampers, 13.1 in. of ground clearance, front stabilizer bar disconnect, 17-in. wheels with 37-in. all-terrain tires, a special modular front bumper with a unique bumperette and removable end caps, a reinforced exoskeleton, Rigid Industries LED fog lights and off-road lamps, an additional rear tow hook, and heavy-duty full-vehicle steel bash plates. Inside, there’s a 12-in. digital gauge cluster, Raptor-branded floor liners, a cargo area protector, and a sport leather steering wheel with paddle shifters.
Standard Safety Aids
The Ford Co-Pilot360 driver-assist technology suite is standard in every ’22 Bronco trim, but the higher trim receive more advanced systems. The Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, and Badlands have pre-collision assist with automatic emergency braking, post-collision braking, hill start assist, trailer sway control, automatic high beams, a rearview camera, and AdvanceTrac with roll stability control. The Outer Banks and Everglades also get rear parking sensors, Trail Control, Trail Turn Assist, lane keeping assist, and blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert. The Wildtrak adds Trail One-Pedal Drive, while the Raptor is the only one with a surround-view camera system. Hill descent control is included in Broncos with the manual tranny.
Ford’s SYNC 4 infotainment system is provided in every trim. In the Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, and Badlands, it consists of an 8-in. touchscreen, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Bluetooth hands-free phone and audio streaming, SiriusXM satellite radio, and a six-speaker sound system. The Outer Banks and Wildtrak get enhanced voice recognition, while the Everglades is enhanced with a 12-in. touchscreen; the Raptor is sweetened with a seven-speaker sound system.
Ford extends quite a few optional packages for 2022 Bronco buyers. The Mid Package for the Big Bend, Black Diamond, and Badlands provides Intelligent Access, a 110-volt AC power outlet, ambient footwell lighting, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, dual-zone automatic climate control, illuminated vanity mirrors, remote start (automatic transmission models only), navigation, SYNC 4 with enhanced voice recognition, and additional Ford Co-Pilot360 active driver aids (blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, forward collision warning with pedestrian detection, driver attention alert, lane keeping assist, rear parking sensors, dynamic brake support, and an upgraded rearview camera with grid lines).
The Outer Banks, Badlands, and Wildtrak qualify for two notable packages: High and Lux. The High Package includes the contents of the Mid Package along with a 12-in. touchscreen, a surround-view camera system, front parking sensors, side mirrors with LED approach lights, and an LED spotlight. The Lux Package – which is also available for the Raptor – has the items from the Mid and High packages, plus adaptive cruise control, a 10-speaker Bang & Olufsen (B&O) sound system, evasive steering assist, a heated steering wheel, two more smart-charging USB ports (one A and the other C), upgraded navigation, and a wireless phone charger. The HOSS 3.0 Package for the Wildtrak delivers Fox 2.5-in. internal bypass dampers, a severe-duty steering rack with tie rod ends, and a steel front bumper and front bash plate. Finally, the popular Sasquatch Package can be had on any trim but the Wildtrak, Everglades, and Raptor (where its contents are already included), adding 35-in. tires, electronic-locking front and rear axles, a HOSS 2.0 system with Bilstein position sensitive dampers, and rugged fender flares. In response to popular demand for the Bronco’s second model year, the Sasquatch Package is also now offered with the manual transmission.