The Bronco Sport is not the Bronco. It’s just not.
The Bronco Sport can still play. Every Bronco comes standard with Ford’s terrain management systems with 5 G.O.A.T (Goes Over All Terrains) modes:
An upgrade to Badlands edition gives the Bronco some serious street cred for the offroad crowd with two additional G.O.A.T. modes, Mud Ruts and Rock Crawl, plus an advanced 4×4 technology that retains better traction even in the most slippery situations.
That’s just not what most people will use their Bronco Sport for.
The Bronco Sport Compact SUV is more likely to go get groceries than go get muddy.
The Bronco Sport is built on the same platform as the Ford Escape, a compact SUV. With Ford’s smallest, least expensive crossover disappearing from the lineup, the Escape is soon to be Ford’s lowest-priced SUV
Last month, for the first time, the Bronco Sport, outsold its popular cousin. Customers in Kansas City and around the country are responding to the Bronco Sport and Ford’s all-in nod to its heritage and branding.
The prancing pony Bronco logo is everywhere from the steering wheel to the cargo mats, even embossed into the seats.
The Bronco Sport is practical with a tactical flair
Whether you’re headed to the corner market for a snack or deep into the desert for a weekend off-grid, the Bronco Sport is a worker. It’s got room for friends, gear, and groceries. There are multiple hidden storage compartments, a padded zippered laptop case on the back of the front seat along with military-style molle straps that you can attach to practically anything.
You can see and drive the Bronco Sport at Gary Crosley Ford in Kansas City today. Schedule a test drive