Body-color matching fenders certainly elevates the look of the Ford Bronco to a more luxurious status. Sure, it adds concern when off-roading as the vehicle is notoriously wide compared to the Jeep Wrangler, which means the painted fenders are subject to scratching when off-roading. But ten to one people that purchase the painted fender options likely won’t be taking their Broncos anywhere near an off-road trail. Of course, there’s always the modular design to take advantage of if owners do, and the fenders can be removed and stored inside the vehicle until the fun is over.
Steeda Ford Bronco With Body Color Bumpers
Steeda Autosports has taken the Ford Bronco and elevated it to an even higher status of luxury with body color-matching front and rear bumpers which don’t look half bad. It gives the Ford Bronco unique styling that certainly stands out in the crowd. As of right now, it doesn’t look like they are offering to sell the body color painted bumpers, but perhaps if there’s enough demand for it, that could be arranged. Then again, it could just be inspirational to some, and local body shops can help owners achieve the look if they want it.
For the record, Jeep has already officially done this to the JL Wrangler. With the High Altitude trim level, the 2022 Jeep Wrangler makes every panel a body color match, along with standard 22 inch wheels painted black. A little ironic to give an off-road SUV an urban styling treatment, but the look is nevertheless popular. You just can’t get it in pink.
Have a look at the photos embedded in the tweets below, and let us know in the comments if you think Ford should offer a similar package to the Bronco from the factory.
To ensure you have the proper tow straps for your type of off-roading, read up on the similarities and differences between the two different types of straps.https://t.co/tTWZThuCp8 pic.twitter.com/WvvnY84BeF
— Steeda Autosports (@steedaautosport) December 15, 2021
For when Santa can’t get everywhere 😉 @Ford @FordBroncoLife pic.twitter.com/084hxEPo5G
— Steeda Autosports (@steedaautosport) December 24, 2021