Built for the Backwoods
Always consult the owner’s manual before off-road driving, know your terrain and trail difficulty, and use appropriate safety gear. Ford is committed to the preservation of the environment and treading lightly.
U.S. Computer-Generated Image Shown. Bronco™ Sport Badlands shown.
Pure. Simple. Iconic.There’s nothing quite like a Bronco™ Sport. Its silhouette is engineered with the iconic architectural elements of a Bronco, uniquely tuned to fit the needs of a new wave of adventurers. The fundamental design is complete with peaked front fenders, a flat bodyside, available contrast-colour roof, one-piece grille and two round headlamps, bisected with perfect geometry by a bar proudly displaying the Bronco name.
Cargo on Roof While Driving
Let your Bronco Sport do the heavy lifting. The Safari-Style Roof can hold substantial equipment with the ability to support a 150-lb. dynamic load. Throw your kayak, skis, or bikes up top and head to your destination, knowing you'll have everything you need when you arrive.
Off-Road ExteriorAfter hours of driving from city streets to toll roads, you reach an unpaved road surrounded by 30-foot trees as far as your eye can see. A fork in the road presents two routes — one is smooth with a solid spot to set up camp. The other: gnarled, dark and murky, but offering infinite possibilities. Then you remember you’re in a Bronco™ Sport.
A Modern Epic