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Used Ford Bronco For Sale By Owner

Meet The Ultimate Off-Road SUV

The Ford Bronco rules the off-road with brains, brawn, and versatility. Power, tech, and comfort make this SUV as at home on pavement as trails. The Bronco's smart capability and go-anywhere attitude give drivers the best of both worlds.

Rugged off-road performance. With its body-on-frame construction, high ground clearance, and advanced 4x4 systems, the Bronco is made for off-road adventuring. It can traverse tough terrain and handle mud, rocks, and more.
Retro-inspired design. The Bronco features vintage design cues that evoke the 60s and 70s. This gives it a cool, heritage-inspired look.
Customizability. From special editions to accessories, owners can customize their Bronco to fit their lifestyle.
Daily drivability. Unlike some single-purpose off-roaders, the Bronco is comfortable and usable for daily driving too.
Brand heritage. It carries on the 50+ year legacy of the Ford Bronco brand as a highly capable and fun 4x4. The name is synonymous with off-roading.

Ford Bronco Features and Specifications

Let’s look at the Bronco’s fuel economy, trim packages, and other specs.

Bronco Trim Packages

The 2023 Bronco’s fuel economy, trim packages, and other specs.

1. The Bronco Base is the entry-level trim, with the 275 hp 2.3L EcoBoost engine and 8.4” SYNC 4 touchscreen.
2. The Ford Bronco Big Bend adds heated front seats, a leather steering wheel, and painted fender flares.
3. The Bronco Black Diamond trim has heavy-duty bash plates and fender tie-downs for off-roading.
4. The Ford Bronco Outer Banks trim includes leather seats, a 10-speaker sound system, and a keyless start.
5. The Badlands trim upgrades to Bilstein dampers and 33” mud/rut tires.
6. The Heritage trim features limited-edition exterior colors and cloth plaid seats.
7. The Bronco Wildtrak combines a high-output 330 hp EcoBoost with signature hood graphics.
8. The Heritage Edition Ford Bronco pays homage to the first-generation Bronco with its retro styling.
9. The Raptor tops the lineup for extreme off-roading with 37” tires, FOXTM shocks, and a V8-like sound.

Ford Bronco Fuel Economy: 15-21 MPG

The Bronco's fuel economy ranges from 15 mpg city and 21 mpg highway for the Base with the 7-speed manual, and 15 mpg city and 16 mpg highway for the Raptor.

Your real-world mileage will vary based on driving conditions and habits. Factors like speed, acceleration, cargo weight, terrain, tire size, and 4WD usage can reduce MPG. Careful driving and proper maintenance will help optimize your Bronco's gas mileage.

Ford Bronco Engine Options

3.0L EcoBoost V6

418 hp
440 lb-ft torque
Years offered: 2023
Trims: Raptor

2.3L EcoBoost 4-Cylinder

275-300 hp
310-325 lb-ft torque
Years offered: 2021-2023
Trims: Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks

2.7L EcoBoost V6

310 hp
400 lb-ft torque
Years offered: 2021-2023
Trims: Badlands, Wildtrak

Bronco Drivetrain Options

Every 2023 Bronco comes with 4-wheel drive. Higher trims offer an optional advanced 4x4 system with a two-speed transfer case for improved traction in the gnarliest terrain. But rest assured, no matter which Bronco you pick, you'll be ready to conquer the trails right off the dealer lot.

Whether it's the road less traveled or deep snow in your neighborhood, a Bronco has the grip and gumption to handle it. So pick the trim that suits your style and budget, knowing you'll get that rugged 4x4 drivetrain in any Bronco you choose.

Ford Bronco Seating Options

The 2023 Ford Bronco is available in two-door and four-door models, depending on trim:

Base, Big Bend, and Outer Banks come in two-door and four-door options.
Black Diamond, Badlands, Wildtrak, and Raptor are available in four-door only.

All models seat five total with front bucket seats and a rear bench. A two-door provides a classic Bronco look, while a four-door offers more interior space.

2023 Bronco Dimensions and Performance

The Bronco delivers impressive off-road capability and versatility.

Here are some of its key dimensions and performance specs for 2023 models:

Curb weight: 4,070 to 5,117 pounds
Length: 188.5 inches
Width: 86.1 inches
Height: 73.6 to 77.0 inches
Wheelbase: 116.1 inches
Engine: 275 to 330 hp
Transmission: 7-speed manual or 10-speed automatic
Turning radius: 44.3 feet
Ground clearance: 8.3 to 11.6 inches
Payload capacity: 1,370 to 1,370 pounds
Towing capacity: 3,500 to 4,500 pounds

Ford Bronco History

The Ford Bronco has a rich 55+ year history that traces the evolution of this iconic off-road SUV. From the original compact 4x4 model to today's thoroughly modern yet retro-inspired editions, here are 10 key milestones in the Bronco timeline:

1. In 1966, the first-generation Bronco was introduced as a compact 4WD SUV. It kicked off the Bronco lineage focused on rugged off-road capability.
2. In 1977, the second-generation Bronco debuted with improved handling, larger dimensions, and greater comfort.
3. The third generation Bronco arrived in 1984, emphasizing luxury alongside off-road performance.
4. In 1992, the fourth-gen Bronco went on sale with enhanced safety features and powerful V8 engines.
5. The fifth generation Bronco came in 1996 as the final one of the original run, with the strongest V8 option yet.
6. After a 25-year hiatus, a new sixth-generation Bronco was announced in 2020.
7. The all-new 2021 Bronco finally launches with a retro design and impressive off-road hardware.
8. In 2022, the hardcore Bronco Raptor joined the lineup for extreme off-roading.
9. 2023 brings interior upgrades and new technology like trail mapping apps to the Bronco.
10. An all-electric Ford Bronco Lightning model is slated for launch in 2024.

Used Ford Bronco Prices

The year, trim, mileage, and overall condition influence the cost of a used Bronco. You could pay anywhere from $7K to $150K depending on mileage, year, and trim. That’s a wide range, we know, but there are some real beaters out there, and some extremely enhanced Broncos.

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Ford Bronco Base

The Ford Bronco Base is the entry-level trim. Here’s what it includes.

Electric parking brake
Ford co-pilot360 technology post-collision braking
Electric power-assisted steering
7-speed manual transmission (2-door)
10-speed automatic transmission (4-door)
Four-wheel disc brakes with anti-lock brake system and electronic stability control
Hill start assist
Hoss 1.0 system
4x4 with part-time selectable engagement
Wheels 16" bright polished silver-painted steel
Cloth seating
Manual climate control with air conditioning
Am/Fm stereo with 7 speakers, including subwoofer
Ford Co-Pilot360 technology SiriusXM with 360
8" LCD capacitive touchscreen with swipe capability infotainment system
Applink with app catalog
911 assist
Wireless Apple CarPlay
Android auto compatibility sync
FordPass Connect
Remote keyless access with push-button start
Sliding visor vanity mirrors
Manual day/night rearview mirror
Steering wheel with bronco badge, cruise and audio controls
Manual tilt and telescoping steering column
Manual swing-gate with up to 150-degree swing
Soft top
Terrain management system (TMS) with 5 G.O.A.T. modes
Hard top carbonized gray molded-in-color
Removable doors and top
Black molded-in-color with mic "Bronco" lettering grille
Tow hooks

Most used Ford Bronco Bases will sell for $30,000 to $36,000, depending on mileage, condition, and age.

Ford Bronco Big Bend

The Ford Bronco Big Bend takes the capable Base model and adds extra comfort, convenience, and style. With the Big Bend, you get all the off-road essentials of the Base along with thoughtful upgrades that make daily driving and adventures more enjoyable without breaking the bank. Big Bend enhancements transform the Base Bronco into a wholesome package ready for the trail while keeping you cozy on the way there.

7-speed manual transmission
17” carbonized gray-painted aluminum wheels
Rubberized flooring-washout capable with drain plugs
Terrain management system with 6 G.O.A.T modes
Hard top sound deadening headliner
Leather-wrapped steering wheel with Bronco badge, cruise and audio controls
LED fog lamps
Privacy glass on 2nd-row side and flip-up glass
32” all-terrain tires, P255/75r17

Most used Ford Bronco Big Bends will sell for $40,000 to $45,000, depending on mileage, condition, and age.

Ford Bronco Outer Banks

The Bronco Outer Banks takes the trail-tough Black Diamond and adds tasteful premium appointments for those wanting to explore the wilds without sacrificing comfort.

With the Outer Banks, you'll get thoughtful touches like ambient lighting, an expansive touchscreen, and handy driver assist safety tech. This family-ready trim allows you to discover the great outdoors while keeping you and your passengers satisfied throughout the journey.

10-speed automatic transmission
Reverse parking sensors
Trail control
Trail turn assist
8” bright machined black high gloss-painted aluminum
Dual-zone electronic automatic temperature control
Connected voice-activated touchscreen navigation system with pinch-to-zoom capability
8" LCD capacitive touchscreen with swipe capability and enhanced voice recognition
Intelligent access with push-button start
18” bright machined black high gloss-painted aluminum wheels
Ambient footwell lighting
Illuminated sliding visor vanity mirrors (driver and front passenger)
Auto-dimming rearview mirror
Leather-wrapped steering wheel with bronco badge, cruise and audio controls
Body-colored door handles
Body-color painted fender flares
Black painted with white "bronco" lettering grille
Powder coated tube step
Daytime running lamps
LED signature lighting
LED fog lamps

Most used Bronco Outer Banks will sell for $50,000 to $55,000, depending on mileage, condition, and age.

Ford Bronco Badlands

The Bronco Badlands takes the refined Outer Banks model and adds enhanced off-road prowess. Retaining the Outer Banks' upscale touches, the Badlands doubles down on rugged capability with specialized components tailored for serious 4x4 adventuring.

7-speed manual transmission
Hill descent control
Hill start assist
HOSS 2.0 system with Bilstein position sensitive dampers (PSD)
Advanced 4x4 with automatic on-demand engagement
Electronic-locking rear axle
Electronic-locking front and rear axle
Front stabilizer bar disconnect
33” mud-terrain tires
17” machined carbonized gray-painted aluminum wheels
Marine grade vinyl seats
Remote keyless access with push-button start

Most used Bronco Badlands will sell for $55,000 to $65,000, depending on mileage, condition, and age.

Ford Bronco Heritage

The Bronco Heritage Limited turns up the refinement yet another notch from the ready-to-rumble Badlands. This heritage-inspired limited edition trims the Badlands' rough edges with exclusive vintage styling and a supremely appointed cabin for those craving a more upscale, customized Bronco experience. With its throwback aesthetic and premium details, Heritage Limited lets you traverse the wilderness in rustic '70s style.

35” mud-terrain tires
17" unique white wheels
Plaid cloth seating
Heated front seats
Intelligent access with push-button start
Remote keyless access with push-button start
Lane-keeping system
BLIS with cross-traffic alert
Unique floor liners with heritage style logo
Unique heritage edition console badge
Geritage bodyside graphic
Fender unique bolt-on grille
White painted with red "FORD" lettering
Personal safety system
Safety canopy side-curtain with rollover sensor
Lower anchors and tether anchors for child safety

Most used Bronco Heritages will sell for $65,000 to $70,000, depending on mileage, condition, and age.

Ford Bronco Wildtrak

The Bronco Wildtrak takes the retro-inspired Heritage model and dials up both performance and aggressive styling. While retaining the Heritage's throwback design elements that pay homage to the original Bronco, the Wildtrak adds more power under the hood along with signature exterior graphics and trim. This performance-oriented model gives buyers a fusion of classic Bronco with modern power and an athletic aesthetic.

Trail one-pedal drive
2.7l EcoBoost V6 engine
Four-wheel disc brakes with anti-lock brake system
Trail control
Trail turn assist
HOSS 3.0 package with FOX internal bypass dampers, high clearance ride height, Ford performance severe-duty steering rack and tie rod ends, and front steel bumper with fog lamps
Advanced 4x4 with automatic on-demand engagement
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Electronic-locking rear axle
Electronic-locking front and rear axle
17” black high gloss-painted aluminum with black beauty ring, beadlock capable wheels
Automatic transmission
8-inch color lcd instrument panel
Auto-dimming rearview mirror
AC power outlet
Powder coated steel front bumper
Wildtrak hood graphic
AdvanceTrac with RSC

Most used Bronco Wildtraks will sell for $70K to $85K depending on mileage, condition, and age.

Ford Bronco Heritage Limited

The Bronco Heritage Limited turns the throwback styling of the Heritage up a notch while providing an even more upscale and exclusive take than the performance-focused Wildtrak. With its vintage design touches, premium materials, and special Heritage color options, the Heritage Limited offers a personalized twist on classic Bronco Heritage for those seeking the ultimate in exclusive nostalgia.

HOSS 2.0 system with Bilstein PSDS and high clearance ride height
17" dog-dish style wheels with black high gloss-painted aluminum and a white wall
Perforated plaid inserts with leather-trimmed vinyl seating
B&O sound system by Bang & Olufsen, 10-speakers including subwoofer
Sync 4 with a 12" LCD capacitive touchscreen with swipe capability and enhanced voice recognition
Unique floor liners with heritage style logo
Unique Heritage limited edition console badge
Hard top sound deadening headliner
AC power outlet on the back side of center floor console
Wireless charging pad
Luxury leather-wrapped heated steering wheel
Hard top oxford white-painted
Heritage limited edition bodyside graphic
Full underbody bash plates

Most used Heritage Limiteds will sell for $70K to $90K depending on mileage, condition, and age.

Ford Bronco Raptor

The Bronco Raptor represents the pinnacle of the Bronco lineup, taking capabilities to unprecedented levels. This ultra-high-performance model takes the heritage-inspired style of trims like the Heritage Limited and injects maximum power, strength, and exclusivity. The Raptor holds the crown as the most adrenaline-fueled Bronco ever built, engineered specifically for conquering the most brutal terrain at speed.

3.0L EcoBoost V6 engine
Forward and reverse parking sensors
HOSS 4.0 suspension with FOX live valve 3.1 internal bypass semi-active dampers
Front stabilizer bar disconnect
37" all-terrain tires
17” black high gloss painted alloy wheels
Unique 12" LCD digital instrument cluster
Unique raptor branded floor liners - front and rear
Cargo area protector
Sport leather steering wheel with paddle shifters, Raptor-unique bezel and badge
Manual swing-gate with additional exoskeleton reinforcement
Unique modular front bumper with uniquely styled front bumperette and removable end caps with rigid LED fog AMD off-road lamps
Ford performance heavy-duty modular front bumper with uniquely styled front bumperette and removable end caps with rigid LED fog and off-road lamps
Rock rails with removable running board

Most used Bronco Raptors will sell for $70K to $150K depending on mileage, condition, and age.

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Ford Bronco FAQ

Is Bronco a seven-seater?

The Ford Bronco is not available as a seven-seater. All Bronco models across all generations, from 1966 to today, have only been made as five-seat SUVs.

The current Bronco comes standard with two front bucket seats and a three-person rear bench seat, for a total of five seats.

Why did Ford kill the Bronco line?

Ford discontinued the original Bronco line in 1996, primarily due to declining sales and the rise of more modern SUVs.

Here are some of the key factors that led to the original Bronco being discontinued after 30 years of production:

Declining sales: By the early 1990s, Bronco sales had been declining steadily for over a decade as customers shifted to newer truck-based SUVs.
Dated design: the Bronco retained a dated body-on-frame design while competitors evolved to more refined unibody SUVs. This made it less appealing as a daily driver.
Safety and emissions regulations: stricter safety and emissions standards made it costlier to keep producing the older Bronco compared to newer models.
Fuel economy: the Bronco's fuel economy trailed that of more modern SUVs by a wide margin, making it less appealing.
Introduction of the Ford Expedition: Ford shifted focus to the more family-friendly Expedition SUV, which ultimately replaced the Bronco in their lineup.

While the original Bronco had a passionate following, by the mid-90s it made less business sense for Ford to keep investing in an aging design with waning broad appeal. After 30 years, the Bronco rode off into the sunset in 1996. But its legend lived on, culminating in the nameplate's return in 2021.

What fuel type does a Ford Bronco use?

All currently available Bronco models are equipped with turbocharged EcoBoost engines that require regular 87-octane gasoline. Higher octane fuel is not required or recommended.

Does the 2023 Bronco come in dark space gray?

The 2023 Ford Bronco doesn't come in dark space gray. It comes in the following colorways:

1. Area 51
2. Shadow Black
3. Eucalyptus
4. Cactus Gray

Has the car market had any recent price drops?

Used car prices appear to be dropping, but the drops are not as drastic as some have predicted. Regardless of price fluctuations, PrivateAuto will continue to be the best place to buy and sell used vehicles.

What is the 2023 Bronco Raptor’s combined MPG?

The 2023 Ford Bronco Raptor is rated at 15 mpg city, 16 mpg highway, and 15 mpg combined.

While the Bronco Raptor's fuel efficiency lags behind other Bronco models, this is expected given its high-performance focus. The priority with the Raptor is tremendous off-road capability, speed, and power, not maximizing MPG.

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