Badlands: The Bronco Sport vs The Bronco at Dunphy Ford

The name says it all- the rugged, powerful Badlands models of the Ford Bronco and Ford Bronco Sport are some of the toughest and most capable vehicles in the world, not just in the Ford lineup. These are vehicles that can take you anywhere, on the road or off it, allowing you to chase thrills and adventures wherever you like, no matter the circumstances. While they have some similarities between them, both the Bronco Badlands and the Bronco Sport Badlands are distinctive vehicles, and each one would be suited to different drivers with different needs. To help you figure out which one would be the best choice for you, here's a comparison of the two vehicles!



The Ford Bronco runs on a standard 2.3L EcoBoost Engine, and the vehicle's advanced 4x4 system features Automatic On-Demand Engagement. The Bronco has optional Active Cruise Control, Forward Sensing Systems, and Reverse Sensing Systems available. Trail Control and Trail Turn Assist are also optional, as is a 2.7L EcoBoost Engine.

The Bronco Sport's standard engine is 2.0L EcoBoost Engine with Auto Start-Stop Technology. The vehicle features an advanced 4x4 with Twin-Clutch Rear Drive Unit, Trail Control and Electronic Traction Control to more easily tackle rough terrain, and Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go and Lane Centering, and Speed Sign Recognition.


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The Bronco features removable doors and a removable top to let you really experience your off-roading adventure to the fullest. LED Signature Lighting and LED Fog Lamps light the way, while full underbody bash plates protect your Bronco from rough terrain. Rock rails and two front and two rear tow hooks are standard, while roof rails with crossbars are optional. Inside, marine-grade vinyl seats plus rubberized flooring and drain plugs are standard, allowing for easy washouts. Optional leather seats and optional heated front seats are available, as is a wireless charging pad and Hardtop Sound Deadening Headliner.

The exterior of the Bronco Sport features LED Signature Lighting and LED Fog Lamps, plus front tow hooks, metal bash plates, and unique roof rack side rails. Inside the Bronco Sport, an optional Cargo Management System makes loading up the vehicle easy. Rubberized flooring and back seats are standard, as is rear under-seat storage on the passenger side.



The Bronco includes features like standard Trailer Sway Control to make driving while towing a bit safer, as well as things like a standard perimeter alarm, a rear view camera, and an optional 360 degree camera for additional awareness and protection. Standard AdvanceTrac with RSC (Roll Stability Control) is a useful feature when you're venturing off the road, and the optional keyless entry pad is useful for security and in cases of lost keys.

For safety and security, the Bronco Sport includes standard features such as a SecuriCode Keyless Entry Keypad and a perimeter alarm. An SOS Post-Crash Alert System is also standard, automatically contacting assistance after a collision.


The Bronco Badlands and the Bronco Sport Badlands are both unstoppable vehicles ready to tackle any obstacle in your path, and with this information, you should feel better equipped to decide which of these incredibly capable vehicles will serve you the best. If you're interested in learning more, Dunphy Ford is ready to help you. Contact us here for more information. You can also take a look at our available inventory online, or visit us in Philadelphia, PA.

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