Ford’s Bronco Heritage Editions combine retro style with modern reliability


Although not part of the original lineup when Ford launched the Bronco at the time, the Escape-based Bronco Sport launched with similar Heritage Edition and Heritage Limited Edition versions. The former is standard with the Big Bend package and features a 1.5-liter EcoBoost engine developing 181 horsepower. It also receives the HOSS system (with monotube rear shocks) and five GOAT driving modes.

Meanwhile, the Bronco Sport Heritage Limited Edition comes standard with the Badlands package and features a powerful 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder with 250 horsepower and 277 lb-ft of torque. Power is sent to all four wheels using a dual-clutch rear axle system that can deliver almost all engine torque to both or one rear wheel. It also has seven GOAT riding modes, including Rock Crawl and Mud/Ruts.

Style-wise, the Bronco Sport Heritage and Heritage Limited have two-tone paint, a white grille with red BRONCO lettering, white wheels and side stripes. Meanwhile, the cabin has plaid cloth seats, white interior trim and a microsuede center console in an ’80s Navy Pier finish.

The latest Bronco Sport Heritage and Heritage Limited editions are available to order now. Two- and four-door Bronco Heritage models will arrive in dealerships in late 2022.


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