Are you shopping for a new Ford SUV and wondering about the differences between the new 2022 Ford Bronco vs. Bronco Sport? If so, let's compare the Bronco and Bronco Sport SUVs to see which vehicle gives you the performance, size, capabilities, and features you need to conquer the suburban landscape. When you're ready to unleash one of these all-terrain superstars, schedule your test drive at our nearby Ford dealership.
The new 2022 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport SUVs for sale arrive in a fun selection of trim styles and powertrain configurations to compare. Drivers enjoy the Ford Bronco lineup because of its variety. There are so many options for customization within this menu of trims. Ask about our custom Ford options if you want your 2022 Ford Bronco to stand apart from other new Broncos for sale.
When you arrive at our Ford dealership, you'll find the following trim levels in a variety of paint colors:
Here at Veterans Ford, we also stock a full array of new Bronco Sport SUVs in our new cars for sale to help you compare Bronco vs. Bronco Sport options. When you arrive for your road test and tour, choose from the following trim options:
The engine and powertrain choices in the Ford Bronco vs. Ford Bronco Sport give you persistent performance from beginning to end. These broad-shouldered beasts can power through tasks and weather conditions that are less than ideal. Whether you go with the bigger Ford Bronco or the hard-charging Ford Bronco Sport, instant acceleration is always at your fingertips.
The Ford Bronco Sport is motivated by a 1.5-liter EcoBoost® engine that puts out 181 horsepower and 190 pound-feet of torque. If you're looking for a little more get-up-and-go from your 2022 Bronco Sport, opt for the 2.0-liter EcoBoost® that sends 250 horsepower and 277 pound-feet of torque to the tires.
The bigger new Ford Bronco gives you three engine options to compare. The 2.3-liter EcoBoost® with 275 horsepower and 315 pound-feet of torque is standard and sends power through a seven-speed manual transmission or a 10-speed automatic. In one of our 2022 Ford Bronco lease deals, the mid-range 2.7-liter EcoBoost® engine has 315 horsepower and 410 pound-feet of torque. The 3.0-liter V-6 EcoBoost® engine boasts a dual exhaust, a 10-speed automatic, and a 4x4 drive type.
|Model||Bronco Sport||Bronco (2-Door)||Bronco (4-Door)|
|Dimensions||172.7 L x 82.2 W x 70.2 H||173.7 L x 86.2 W x 71.9 H||189.4 L x 86.2 W x 73 H|
|Cargo Capacity (Cubic Feet)||65.2||52.3||83|
|Towing Capacity (Pounds)||2,200||3,500||4,500|
|Torque (Pound-Feet, Standard/Max)||190/277||325||415|
If you like to pack your car full of gear and equipment, you'll enjoy the cargo capacity in both the full-size 2022 Bronco and Ford Bronco Sport. The adaptable seating setup makes it easy to transform your cabin for multiple passengers. The Ford Bronco four-door and Ford Bronco Sport each seat five passengers, while the two-door Ford Bronco seats four.
Compare the Bronco vs. Bronco Sport side by side at Veterans Ford. Our Ford vehicle experts and certified technicians know these two siblings from front to back. Learn more about our offers on this duo and decide which one you want to test-drive first. We'll answer all of your questions and show you how to keep your Ford Bronco rolling strong no matter where you take it.
The Ford Bronco is larger and more powerful than the Ford Bronco Sport. The Ford Bronco is available with two or four doors, while the Ford Bronco Sport only comes with four doors. Roof options are different for these SUV siblings, but both rely on various EcoBoost® engines.
The Ford Bronco is bigger than the Ford Bronco Sport. The actual difference between the two models isn't much size-wise, but you'll notice that the Ford Bronco Sport is slightly smaller in several areas. The infotainment system, for example, is 8 inches in the Ford Bronco and 6.5 inches in the Ford Bronco Sport.
The new 2022 the Ford Bronco is available in several trim styles: 2022 Ford Bronco Base™, 2022 Ford Bronco Big Bend™, 2022 Ford Bronco Black Diamond™, 2022 Ford Bronco Outer Banks™, 2022 Ford Bronco Badlands™, 2022 Ford Bronco Wildtrak™ are carryover trims from the 2021 model year and are often available in our used cars and SUVs inventory. The Ford Bronco Everglades™ and Ford Bronco Raptor™ are new models for 2022.
1Max towing varies based on cargo, vehicle configuration, accessories and number of passengers.