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2023 Bronco and Bronco Sport get Heritage Edition!



The Bronco nameplate is a true institution in Ford history, and the American manufacturer got everybody's attention when it announced its comeback to the current market. Little did we know back then, Ford totally surprised us with not one but two different models for the Bronco lineup. The Bronco Sport was the first to arrive on the market, followed by its big brother, the Bronco, which comes in a two-door or four-door version. 


Ford decided to add a special Heritage Edition for both the Bronco and the Bronco Sport 2023 lineup. The American manufacturer is going to make 1966 units of each model for the Limited Edition, and this number hasn't been randomly chosen since Ford celebrated the original Bronco that came out in 1966. Of course, the Bronco Sport wasn't part of the lineup in the 60s, but Ford decided to give it a special edition anyways since it's part of the Bronco's family.


Unique and Retro


For most Bronco and Bronco Sport, the Heritage Edition includes a white roof, white wheels, and a white grille with the letter Ford painted in Race Red so they can pop out. Gloss black-painted 17-inc wheels are also available for the Bronco.


The interior of each Heritage Edition will receive a few upgrades and a couple of white accent elements to ride along the exterior design. The seats will feature Racered and Robin's Egg Blue accent stitching, and the color Navy Pier will be used for a lot of elements inside the cabin.


They are absolutely gorgeous, and a good part of that comes from the color combo you can choose. The Heritage Edition is available in five different colors, whereas the Heritage Limited is only available in Robin's Egg Blue for now. Yellowstone Metallic will be added later in 2023, and Peak Blue will be added in 2024.


The Bronco Heritage Edition is paired with the turbocharged 2.3 liters 4-cylinders as standard. This engine is making 300 hp and 325 lb-ft of torque. The Heritage Edition Limited is based on the Badlands and will get the turbocharged 2.7-liter V6 that produces 330 hp and 415 lb-ft of torque. For the Bronco Sport Heritage, you get the turbocharged 1.5 liters 3 cylinders with 181 hp and 190 lb-ft of torque. The Heritage Edition Limited is also based on the badlands version of the Bronco Sport, which is granted a turbocharged 2.0 liters 4 cylinders that are producing 250 hp and 277 lb-ft of torque.  


The Heritage Edition is based on the Big Bend version for each model and features a lot of unique elements. Prices haven't been released for Canada yet, but the Bronco Sport Heritage Edition starts at $34,245 USD, and the Limited edition starts at $44,655 USD compared to $30,530 USD for the regular Big Bend version. The Bronco Heritage begins at $44,305, and the Heritage Limited starts at $66 895 USD.


Jean-Sébastien Poudrier

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