2024 Ford Bronco: A Trim Comparison

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The Ford Bronco, a symbol of off-road excellence, seamlessly blends classic toughness with contemporary ingenuity. The Bronco’s adventurous spirit invites drivers to confidently explore untamed terrains, making every journey an exhilarating escape.

2024 Ford Bronco Trim Comparison

Explore the Ford Bronco’s diverse trim lineup, with each one blending style, performance, and capability. From the base model’s rugged versatility to the top-tier trims’ advanced features, discover the perfect combination that suits your off-road ambitions and on-road comfort.

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Big Bend

Pricing for the 2024 Ford Bronco Big Bend starts at $39,130 for two-door models and $39,870 for four-door models. Equipped with a 275-horsepower turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine, seven-speed manual transmission, and part-time four-wheel-drive, it boasts 17-inch alloy wheels, multiple drive modes, a 12-inch touch screen, and 32-inch all-season tires. Safety features like forward collision warning and forward automatic emergency braking help improve response time to road hazards.

Included in the interior are vinyl upholstered seats, front seats with manual adjustment, rear seats that fold for versatility, and rubberized flooring.  The front console boasts a 12-inch touchscreen, an 8-inch digital gauge cluster featuring an analog speedometer, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, HD Radio, satellite radio, and a seven-speaker stereo system. Additionally, you’ll find four USB ports, remote keyless entry, and a convenient push-button ignition.

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While you’ll get plenty of standard features for your money, you can customize your vehicle with optional features like a 10-speed automatic transmission upgrade, steel bumpers, roof rails and much more. For an additional $8,660, the Sasquatch package enhances off-road capabilities with locking front and rear differentials, a raised suspension, Bilstein shock absorbers, 17-inch beadlock wheels, 35-inch mud terrain tires, and on-demand four-wheel-drive. Alternatively, the optional Mid package adds heated seats, navigation, blind-spot monitoring, and lane-keeping assist.

Black Diamond

Priced at $42,630 for two-door models and $43,370 for four-door models, the Black Diamond trim comes equipped with robust features. Steel bumpers, protective rock rails, full-length skid plates, and advanced terrain modes enhance its off-road prowess. Additionally, it offers auxiliary switches for customizing extra lighting and accessories. Most options carry over to this trim.

Outer Banks

Only available as a four-door automatic, the 2024 Ford Bronco Outer Banks starts at $47,940. Building upon the Big Bend’s suite of features, this trim gains side steps, 18-inch wheels, leather upholstery with vinyl accents, power-adjustable and heated front seats, and dual-zone automatic climate control. Navigation, a 120-volt household-style power outlet, proximity keyless entry and remote start also come standard.

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In the way of safety features, you’ll get lane-departure warning, lane-keeping assist, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and rear parking sensors.

In addition to the optional features available at the previous two trim levels, the Outer Banks offers features like a heated steering wheel, a 10-speaker audio system, wireless device charging, a surround-view camera system, and adaptive cruise control.

Heritage Edition

The 2024 Ford Bronco Heritage Edition returns to offering a two-door and a four-door model, starting at $47,855 and $48,775, respectively. This trim includes everything in the Sasquatch and Mid packages mentioned earlier. It further gains enhancements like steel bumpers, a front skid plate, and plaid cloth upholstery.

Aesthetic changes include a two-tone color scheme with white grille, wheels, roof, and side stripes. Even the dashboard is white, which might be a dealbreaker if you are worried about dirt showing. Most options carry over.


Starting at $49,395, the Ford Bronco Badlands builds on the Black Diamond trim. Off-road enhancements include a raised suspension, a front sway bar disconnect, locking front and rear differentials, and Bilstein shocks. On top of that, the Badlands trim gains 33-inch all-terrain tires and auxiliary switches. Most options carry over once again.

Heritage Limited Edition

There are some pretty significant differences between the regular Heritage Edition and the Heritage Limited Edition, as reflected in its cost. The Ford Bronco Heritage Limited Edition starts at $69,685 for the two-door model and $71,105 for the four-door model. This trim boasts a 2.7-liter V6 engine and automatic transmission, generating 315 horsepower and 410 lb-ft of torque. It comes with the features of both the Heritage and Badlands trims. However, it gains previously optional add-ons like leather upholstery, a heated steering wheel, wireless device charging, a 10-speaker stereo, a surround-view camera system, and adaptive cruise control.


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Priced at $55,520, the 2024 Ford Bronco Everglades trim comes exclusively as a four-door. It is paired with the 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine. It combines the upscale features of the Outer Banks trim and the off-road capabilities of the Black Diamond, and furthermore, the contents of the Sasquatch package. Other features gained with this trim are an intake snorkel, war winch, roof rails, auxiliary switches, and a slide-out tailgate, and much more.


Starting at $60,025 for the two-door model and $60,565 for the four-door model, this trim comes with the 2.7-liter V6 engine. It includes all of the features of the Outer Banks trim and the Sasquatch and Mid packages. It gains high-performance Fox shocks, a front skid plate, steel bumpers, and auxiliary switches. Additional options carry over.


The 2024 Ford Bronco Raptor starts at $89,835. Like the F-150’s Raptor, the Ford Bronco Raptor offers optimum off-road performance. It boasts a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 engine that generates a whopping 418 horsepower. It includes all of the features of the Wildtrak, along with an array of upgrades.

Among the features standard with this trim are heavy-duty skid plates and bumpers, adaptive Fox shock absorbers, fender flares, upgraded axles and brakes, a reinforced frame, and 37-inch tires. Lastly, you’ll get a 12-inch digital gauge cluster and surround-view parking camera system.

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With nine different trims to choose from, deciding on a trim can be challenging. It’s best to start with your budget and go from there, eliminating the features you can live without. Nevertheless, the Ford Bronco is one of the top compact SUVs on the market, especially in terms of off-roaders.