Ford Bronco Sport Trim Levels

Ford Bronco Sport Trim Levels

If you're interested in a tough and adventurous SUV, then the Ford Bronco Sport may be for you. There are five trim levels to choose from. West Point Ford has put together this page to help our friends from West Point, King William, and Williamsburg, VA, understand each trim level, so they can decide which one will meet their needs.


Bronco Sport Base

Ford Bronco Sport SpecsThe first trim level available for the Bronco Sport is the Bronco Sport Base. The Base trim has the standard engine of the Bronco sport-a 1.5L EcoBoost® engine that delivers:

  • 181 horsepower
  • 191 lb-ft of torque

The engine also comes with Auto Start-Stop Technology, which is a fuel-saving technology that shuts off your engine at a red light and turns it back on when you hit the throttle.

On the interior, the Base trim has standard cloth bucket seats, a 6-way manual-adjustable driver seat, and a 4-way manual-adjustable passenger seat.


Bronco Sport Big Bend

The next trim level up is the Big Bend. Inside, the Big Bend has an Electronic Automatic Temperature Control with rear air duct, so your back-seat passengers can cool off faster. You'll also get a rubberized cargo floor, which is easy to clean on those muddy, off-road trips.

Like other Bronco Sport trims, the Big Bend also has a Terrain Management System™, which lets you tackle any terrain you encounter while you're off the road. There are five G.O.A.T. (Goes Over Any Type of Terrain) Modes™ you can use on your off-roading adventures, like:

  • Sand
  • Slippery
  • Sport
  • Eco
  • Normal

Bronco Sport Outer Banks

Ford Bronco Sport InteriorThe next trim level up takes its name from the Carolinas: the Outer Banks trim. This trim level offers a bit more luxury than the previous trims. The seats are leather-trimmed, and the front bucket seats even have mini perforations to help with cooling. If it's chilly outside, the front seats are heated, too.

The temperature control system is upgraded to Dual-Zone Electronic Automatic Temperature Control, so you and your passengers don't have to compromise on temperature.

Like other trims in the Bronco Sport lineup, the Outer Banks trim has an infotainment system powered by SYNC® 3. With SYNC® 3, you get quite a few features to make your rides a little more fun, like:

  • Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™
  • Six speakers
  • Enhanced Voice Recognition

Bronco Sport Badlands

One of the highest trim levels available is the Badlands trim. This trim level offers a more powerful engine than on the previous trims. The 2.0L EcoBoost® engine puts out an impressive 250 horsepower and 277 lb-ft of torque. It also has Auto Start-Stop Technology to maintain the fuel economy of the standard engine on other trims.

This trim level's Terrain Management System™ also gets an upgrade, offering seven G.O.A.T. Modes™, with the additional modes being:

  • Mud/Rut
  • Rock Crawl

Bronco Sport First Edition

Ford Bronco Sport TechnologyThe highest trim level available is the Bronco Sport First Edition. This trim level offers a standard power moonroof, so you can open it up and enjoy the breeze or the sunlight. You'll also get a wireless charging pad, so you don't have to fuss with cords while out on an adventure.

The audio system in the Frist Edition trim gets an upgrade, with the B&O Sound System by Bang & Olufsen, which offers 10 speakers and a subwoofer.

The First Edition also sports:

  • First Edition leather-trimmed seating
  • An 8-way power driver's seat
  • A 6-way manual passenger seat

Test Drive Your Favorite Bronco Sport Trim

Did one of the Ford Bronco Sport trim levels catch your eye? Our neighbors from West Point, King William, and Williamsburg, VA, can test drive their favorite trim levels at West Point Ford.

On top of getting you behind the wheel, our team can take you through all that the Bronco Sport trims have to offer. Contact us to schedule a test drive today.