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300-hp turbocharged 2.3-L four-cylinder; two- or four-door body, four-wheel drive; manual transmission (automatic available), Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™, and more
Adds 17-inch wheels, mud and ruts traction control, steel front bumper, available driver-assist features, and more.
Unlocks vinyl seats, drain plugs, steel bumpers, rock crawl mode, available heated seats.
Adds navigation, heated front seats, standard blind-spot monitoring, and more driver-assist features, 18-inch wheels, and more.
Has the features of Black Diamond and adds full-time four-wheel drive, locking rear differential, and more.
Standard 330-hp 2.7L twin-turbo V6, standard Sasquatch equipment with 17-inch wheels, and more.
Four-door hardtop only, snorkel, winch, and a 12-inch touchscreen.
400-hp 400-hp twin-turbo 3L V6, upgraded brakes, upgraded axles and frame, surround-view parking camera, and more.
The top reason most people shop for the new Bronco, which debuted with the 2021 model year, is its off-road capabilities. The 2022 Ford Bronco comes standard with four-wheel drive and offers an upgraded system for the most adventurous. High ground clearance, locking differentials, and independent axles, all standard, help you cruise through woods, mountains, or mud without issue. Available extras, like low-speed cruise control, enhance the experience.
The 2022 Ford Bronco comes standard with a G.O.A.T. driving mode system. The acronym may be better known for meaning "greatest of all time," but in this case, it really stands for "goes over all terrain." The system has five modes: normal, eco, sport, sand, and slippery. Whether you're looking for more responsive handling, less time at the gas station, or help navigating the dunes, the right driving mode is available at the touch of a button.
Even when you're not on an adventure, the 2022 Bronco will make you feel like you are. The Bronco comes in two- and four-door models. The two-door models come standard with a removable hard-top, while four-door models come standard with a soft top that can be folded down or taken off entirely. A hardtop is available on four-door models, and all 2022 Broncos come with removable doors. The four-door models even come with door storage space in the cargo hold.
The 2022 Bronco is part of Ford's "Built Wild," line, and in 2022 the available engine options became even more exciting. For 2022, Ford introduced the high-performance Bronco Raptor model. It comes standard with a 400-hp twin-turbo 3L EcoBoost® engine. While the Bronco Raptor offers a thrilling on-pavement driving experience, it doesn't compromise off-road performance — you really can have the best of both worlds.
The 2022 Bronco is no doubt a fun lifestyle vehicle, but it's also practical enough for families and friends. The two-door version has four seats, while the four-door version has five. Either edition has car seat anchors and enough cargo space, whether you're headed into the doors or just bringing a stroller to a playdate. Plus, the durable interior — which can even be hosed down on some models — is great for traveling with children.
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The Jeep Gladiator is a perfect car if you want to turn heads while adventuring. The Gladiator, which was introduced in 2020, is actually a compact pick-up truck with seating for five and a standard five-foot bed, which is convenient if you're frequently hauling gear or working out of your truck. While it is functional for workdays, the Gladiator maintains Jeep off-road abilities. It comes standard with four-wheel drive and a 285-hp 3.6L V6 engine.
Here's what you'll find on all Jeep Gladiators from 2020–present:
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity (available on 2020–2021, standard on 2022)
Standard removable roof and doors
The Ford Bronco Sport is a compact SUV that's equally at home in the carpool line or bringing the kids for a weekend in the woods. The Bronco Sport, which was introduced in 2021, has seating for five and 32.5 cu-ft of cargo space. Although the Bronco Sport looks like a run-of-the-mill SUV, it stands out for its off-road abilities. It comes standard with four-wheel drive and a 181-hp 1.5L turbocharged three-cylinder engine. A 250-hp 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder engine is available.
Here's what you'll find on all 2021–2022 Bronco Sports:
Standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity
Standard remote keyless entry
The Toyota Tacoma is a pickup truck that is perfect if you're a contractor or just someone looking to toss your bikes in the bed for a day on the trails. The Tacoma comes with two cab options: a half-door option that seats four and a full-door option that seats five. A six-foot bed is standard for model years 2017–2022, while a five-foot bed is available. The Tacoma in those years comes standard with a 159-hp 2.7L four-cylinder engine and rear-wheel drive, while four-wheel drive is an available option. Here's what you'll find on 2018–2022 Toyota Tacomas:
Standard lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, and other driver-assist features
6.1-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth® connectivity, and USB port
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Four Wheel Drive (4WD/AWD)
F 43.1"/R 35.7"
F 41"/R 39.8"
Max towing capacity
The 2022 Ford Bronco does not offer a V8, but it does come with powerful engine options, including a 400-hp twin-turbo V6 on the Bronco Raptor. This is a new addition to the trim level for the 2022 model year.
The largest engine in the 2022 Ford Bronco is a 400-hp twin-turbo 3L V6, which comes standard on the Raptor trim. When properly equipped, this engine can tow an estimated 4,500 lbs on 2022 models. Not only do you get all the thrills of that power, but you can bring your toys along for the ride, too. Various factors may impact towing capacity, including weight of passengers, cargo, and options/accessories.
The Bronco Raptor has the highest horsepower out of the Bronco models, with 400 hp. The other engine options for the 2022 Bronco produce 330 hp and 300 hp. All offer a dynamic driving experience, it's just up to you to find the one that suits your adventurous lifestyle.
Cyber Orange Metallic Tri-Coat
Hot Pepper Red Metallic Tinted Clearcoat
Black Onyx (vinyl, leather-trimmed)
Blue with Black Onyx (leather-trimmed)
Dark Space Gray with Black Onyx (cloth and vinyl)
Dark Space Gray with Navy Pier (leather-trimmed)
Medium Sandstone with Black Onyx (cloth, leather-trimmed)
Roast with Black Onyx (cloth, leather-trimmed)
The 2022 Ford Bronco comes with four or five seats, depending on whether you select the two-door or four-door model. The two-door 2022 Bronco has 22.4 cu-ft of cargo space, while the four-door has 52 cu-ft. The Bronco comes standard with cloth seats, while leather-trimmed seats are available on the Badlands, Outer Banks, Wildtrak, and Raptor trims. Vinyl seats are standard on the Black Diamond and Badlands trims. Those models also have interior drain plugs, making it easy to spray down and clean the interior after messy off-roading trips.
All 2022 Ford Broncos come standard with two full LATCH sets in the rear outboard seats. The 2022 Bronco can fit two car seats in both the two-door and four-door models, but you might find it more difficult to squeeze car seats into the two-door model.
The 2022 Ford Bronco with the standard 300-hp twin-turbo 2.3L four-cylinder engine has a top speed of 130 mph and accelerates from zero to 60 in 5.9 seconds (according to the manufacturer, when new). With that engine, standard four-wheel drive, and automatic transmission, the base trim 2022 Bronco has an EPA-estimated combined fuel economy of 19 mpg.
The Bronco really shines with its off-road performance. The Sasquatch package, available on all trims, adds might to the Bronco's off-road capabilities with Bilstein® shock absorbers, locking front and rear differentials, and more ground clearance. All 2022 Broncos can tow up to 3,500 pounds when properly equipped, except for the Raptor trim, which can tow up to 4,500 pounds with the V6 engine when properly equipped.
2021–Present Ford Bronco (Sixth Generation)
Five generations of the Bronco were produced before Ford put the vehicle on a long hiatus beginning in 1993. Then, the sixth-generation Bronco was introduced in 2021. The 2022 Ford Bronco had many of the same perks as the 2021 model. It came standard with the 2.3L twin-turbo four-cylinder engine, with an available 2.7L twin-turbo V6. In 2022, Ford introduced the 400-hp twin-turbo 3L V6. All sixth-generation Ford Broncos come standard with four-wheel drive and off-road prowess. They have removable roofs and doors, and standard interior features including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
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