Heritage Editions – 2023 Ford Bronco Sport specs

The 2023 Bronco Sport Heritage Edition and Bronco Sport Heritage Limited Edition pay tribute to the original 1966 truck by incorporating classic design elements. Both models feature a white roof, white rear badging, white 17-inch aluminum wheels, and a white grille with red BRONCO lettering.

The Bronco Sport Heritage Edition is built on the Big Bend trim level and is powered by Ford’s 181-hp turbocharged 1.5-liter inline-three engine, paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. Its suspension includes hydraulic front bump stops and specially tuned springs, part of Ford’s High-Performance Off-Road Stability Suspension (HOSS) system package, and offers five user-selectable “G.O.A.T.” terrain modes for off-road driving. Inside, the Heritage Edition boasts white trim accents, plaid cloth seats, blue-and-red accent stitching, a microsuede center console armrest, and Navy Pier Blue accents on the door panels and dash. Buyers can choose from seven paint options, including a throwback color based on one that was available on the original Bronco.

2023 Bronco Sport Heritage Edition
2023 Bronco Sport Heritage Edition

Despite the availability of various off-road driving modes, it is the suspension that makes the Bronco Sport a capable SUV even on soft trails in its standard drive mode. While the Badlands model offers similar features, the Heritage Limited Edition, priced at $46,250, comes fully equipped with nearly $5000 worth of optional features. The retro-inspired design of the Heritage Edition carries a premium of around $2000 over the equivalent Big Bend model, while the Heritage Edition itself costs approximately $1500 more than the Big Bend. photo: Ford

For off-road enthusiasts, the appeal of classic Broncos, the reborn Bronco, and the Bronco Sport is a combination of capability and aesthetics. The Heritage Editions lean more heavily on the latter, but this does not detract from their off-road performance. Classic Broncos, both stock and modified, can be seen in the viewing areas of off-road races such as the King of the Hammers, a testament to the enduring appeal of the Bronco brand.--2023 Bronco Sport Heritage Edition2023 Bronco Sport Heritage Edition

2023 Ford Bronco Sport Heritage Editions

Engine Specifications

1.5L EcoBoost®2.0L EcoBoost®
Engine type1.5L Ti-VCT GTDI I-32.0L Ti-VCT GTDI I-4
Drive type4×4Advanced 4×4 with Twin-Clutch Rear Drive Unit
ExhaustDual ExhaustDual Exhaust
Transmission type8-speed Automatic Transmission8-speed Automatic Transmission; SelectShift® with Paddle shifters
Horsepower* (SAE net@rpm)181 @ 6,000 rpm250 @ 5,500 rpm
Torque* (lb.-ft.@rpm)190 @ 3,000 rpm277 @ 3,000 rpm
Compression ratio11.0:110.0:1
Valve liftersRoller Finger Follower with Hydraulic Latch AdjustorDirect acting mechanical bucket
Engine block materialAluminumAluminum
Cylinder head materialAluminumAluminum
Induction systemTurbochargedTurbocharged
Fuel deliveryDirect Injection and Port Fuel InjectionDirect injection
Fuel (minimum)Regular unleadedRegular unleaded (Premium recommended)
EPA-Estimated Ratings Four Wheel Drive (Actual mileage will vary)25 City/28 Highway/26 Combined21 City/26 Highway/23 Combined
Chassis Specifications
Front suspensionIndependent MacPherson strut-type with stabilizer bar, twin-tube hydraulic gas-pressurized shocks
Rear suspensionIndependent double lateral link semi-trailing arms with stabilizer bar, springs and hydraulic gas-pressurized shocks
Traction assistAdvanceTrac® with RSC® (Roll Stability Control)
BrakesPower 4-wheel disc with Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)
SteeringElectric power-assisted steering (EPAS)
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