2022 Ford Bronco Review
It didn’t take long for the Ford Bronco to become a mainstay on the roads around Cullman, Fayette, and Jasper, AL. Its attraction is due largely to its impressive off-roading capability, customizable performance, and various trim options which helps ensure you get the features you want. Our 2022 Ford Bronco review quickly breaks down what you can expect from this iteration of the famed nameplate.
And with a quick call to our Bill Penney Ford team, you can soon be test driving this SUV!
2022 Bronco: Trim Levels Provide a Version for Everyone
Trim levels are the easiest way for a brand like Ford to deliver models to drivers that they can tailor to their own lifestyle. And not only has Ford come out with a lengthy trim list for the 2022 Bronco, but there are specific packages and special editions of the Bronco as well!
Here’s the full trim lineup, which we’ll break down for you in more detail:
- Big Bend
- Black Diamond
- Outer Banks
The Base trim flaunts all-season tires, carpeted flooring, cloth seats, and an available Sasquatch package. The Big Bend juices things up with leather-wrapped steering wheel and gear shift knob plus the Terrain Management System™ for go-anywhere capability. Also of note, the Big Bend can be had with the Mid or Sasquatch package.
The Black Diamond sports available Mid and Sasquatch packages as well as standard inclusions like 17-inch black-painted wheels and marine-grade vinyl seats. The Outer Banks is next with its available leather-trimmed seats, signature LED headlamps and taillamps, plus the optional High, Lux, or Sasquatch packages.
The Badlands has four available packages (Mid, High, Lux, or Sasquatch) along with rubberized flooring with drain plugs and a front stabilizer bar disconnect. For the Wildtrak, the packages include High, Lux, and HOSS 3.0 plus features like heated front row seats.
Then comes the Everglades trim touting a 12-inch LCD touchscreen and a factory-installed air-intake snorkel. Finally, the Lux package is available on the top Raptor trim, a performance-oriented Bronco with 37-inch all-terrain tires and steel bash plates.
2022 Bronco: Trio of Impressive Engines
You can alter even more aspects of your Bronco by choosing the engine you want nestled under the hood. The standard is a 2.3L 4-cylinder making as much as 300 horsepower and 325 lb-ft of torque. Next is the 2.7L V6 boasting as much as 330 horsepower and 415 lb-ft of torque.
The last engine is reserved solely for the Raptor trim level, a 3.0L V6 which will assuredly be the strongest of the trio of motors. Transmission options throughout the trim lineup include a 7-speed manual or 10-speed automatic.
The 2022 Ford Bronco Is Eager to Impress
There’s just so much variety and charm to the Ford Bronco, it’s no wonder you see so many traversing Cullman, Fayette, and Jasper, AL. Want to test drive your own? We’re happy to help you do so at Bill Penney Ford.
Just contact us today!