There are a total of eight Bronco configurations now, it used to be six but the addition of the Bronco Raptor and now the Bronco Everglades edition brings that total up. The Bronco Everglades comes in at a base MSRP of an even $53,000 and Ford’s configurator tool which is now live, allows you to option it out maxing its price tag to $59,875.
If you’re not looking to drop just over $80-grand on a Bronco Raptor, the formidable Ford Bronco Everglades might be for you as it sits just under the $60,000 mark when fully optioned out. A stock Bronco Everglades is based on a Bronco Black Diamond four-door, which is a $40,000 SUV with the Sasquatch package. The Everglades packs on add-ons galore, including Marine Vinyl seats and rubberized flooring with drain plugs to easily rid excess water you might have received after wading for too long.
The Bronco Everglades really sets itself apart from the rest of the industry’s SUV offerings with most a factory-installed Warn Zeon 10-S winch that sits on a modular front bumper, a passenger side factory installed snorkel and a currently exclusive Desert Sand paint color, which is a $295 option, in addition to unique Everglades decals that mimic the topography of Florida’s Everglades National Park. The Desert Sand color is one of only five total colors offered for the Everglades model.
As far as accessories go, the most expensive options include four tube doors that offer a safari-like look to the Bronco, coming in at $1,810. You can also add on a slide out tailgate and removable hoop steps for an additional $600 and $395 respectively. On top of those add-ons you can also upgrade your navigation for $695.
Production of the 2022 Ford Bronco Everglades model is expected to begin this summer with priority given to existing Bronco reservation holders.