Good morning. Are you enjoying your coffee? Are you sitting down? Are you ready to pay seventy grand for a Ford Bronco? Because the 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor price will start at $69,995 USD. That MSRP includes destination fees.
While that’s a pretty penny, it’s several grand less than the 470 horsepower Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 392, which comes in just under $77,000 USD. The Hemi-V8-powered SUV comes standard with 33-inch tires, while the Xtreme Recon package adds 35-inch tires for additional money. A fully loaded example of a V8 Wrangler can run up to $85,000 USD.
With that said, Ford won’t readily share what the top end of the 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor price spectrum will look like just yet
“We are not right now talking about the upper end of what the pricing spectrum is going to be. We’ve looked at the market, and we think that’s an appropriate price point for what we’re bringing to market,” said Bronco marketing manager Esteban Plaza-Jennings in an interview with MC&T.
At any rate, the price includes 37-inch BFG KO2 tires as well. These massive meats are a $5,250 option on the larger, more powerful Ford F-150 Raptor, but are standard issue for the Bronco Raptor. In fact, you can’t even choose a smaller tire if you wanted to. The Bronco Raptor also comes standard with quite the premium interior with a special set of front seats, a configurable 12-inch instrument panel screen, as well as a 12-inch touchscreen with Ford’s SYNC4 interface.
An even more upscale Lux Package is available for customers looking for even more human-centered technology, such as an available 10-speaker B&O audio system and Adaptive Cruise Control. Other options, like Code Orange colored seat belts, will also be available.
Deliveries of the 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor will commence this summer, as it begins production out of the Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, Michigan. And while there won’t be a new wave of reservations, priority will go to existing Bronco reservations holders that still await fulfillment. These customers will be contacted by Ford directly later this month.