Ford revives the classic look of the 1960s with the special Bronco Heritage Edition, available for both two- and four-door models. The Bronco Heritage Edition is predicated on the Big Bend trim with the Sasquatch package, and it features the same 300-hp turbo 2.3-liter engine and a choice of a seven-speed manual or an optional 10-speed automatic transmission.

Pricing for the base 2022 Ford Bronco with two doors begins at $29,300. Starts at $33,450 for the base 4-door model. In terms of off-road capability, the 2022 Ford Bronco is a true beast. Some buyers may be interested in the Bronco brand alone, and that fact may or may not be important to them. Ford’s 2-row, body-on-frame midsize SUV isn’t just a pretty face.

The base 2-door 2022 Bronco costs $29,300 plus $950 for delivery. A 4-door model costs an additional $4,150.

Sorry about that. The Bronco is not available with a V8 engine. Instead, a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder with 300 horsepower and a twin-turbo 2.7-liter V-6 with 330 horsepower are both available. Both gas engines can be attached to a 10-speed automatic transmission, but only the smaller one can use a seven-speed manual.

Both the two- and four-door Ford Bronco models are rated to tow 3500 pounds—the same as the Wrangler.

The most fuel-efficient Bronco is the four-cylinder automatic, which achieves 20 City/22 highway mpg. The fuel economy drops to 17 mpg in the city and on the highway if you opt for the V-6 with the Sasquatch package, which includes aggressive, oversized tyres. We put both engines through their paces in automatic Broncos on our 75 mph fuel economy route, and the four-cylinder achieved 22 mpg and the V-6 achieved 18 mpg. The EPA website has details on Bronco’s gas mileage.