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I like my Bronco Sport

Tim, 02/12/2022
Big Bend 4dr SUV AWD (1.5L 3cyl Turbo 8A)
35 of 37 people found this review helpful

I have had a 2022 Bronco Sport Big Bend for a few months. I was planning on buying a CRV or Forester, but due to the car shortage, I ended up with the Bronco when it became available. Our other car is a 2020 Outback. I have a long commute (70miles round trip - city and highway ) and have kids - the Bronco has been great this winter as we had a lot of snow. It has been returning better gas mileage than expected - averaging between 28 and 29mpg. It's interior is not a high end feeling as the Outback, but has good ergonomics. I have not noticed the wind noise others have mentioned - it seems generally pretty quiet and feels very solid. The steering and handling are great - the car feels bigger than it is. The fit and finish does not seem as good as the Outback - or the Honda I traded in for it, but the Bronco Sport makes up for it by really feeling solid when it drives. For me, I will be very happy with it if it holds up as well as my past Hondas - I guess I will find out. The last Ford I bought was back in the 80's...

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5 out of 5 stars

Better than I expected

Scratch, 02/19/2022
4dr SUV AWD (1.5L 3cyl Turbo 8A)
23 of 26 people found this review helpful

OK. So I bought it because its got charming looks and cool vibes. I'm a car nut and have had most of 'em varying from hot rods to sports cars, to 1/2 and 3/4 ton trucks, to sedans and even station wagons way back in the day. I've crammed as many of 'em into more than 70 years of living than I probably should have, but I'm just anal that way... I bought our Bronco because it got my attention and this Base Model was the only one available on a dealer's lot in more than 250 miles of our Southcentral Texas home. I've had it for four weeks and, quite honestly, I can't stay out of the doggone thing. Its just that much fun to drive... Lots of admiring looks and thumbs up appreciation recognition on the highways and byways. It handles well and at this point we're averaging almost 28 MPG, although much of that is rural as we live 12 miles or so from the nearest sizeable town. The 1.5 liter 3-banger 181 HP Ecoboost is OK, but if I were to draw one up on the wish-it -had board, I'd have preferred the larger 245 HP powerplant. The base trim is just that and I'll probably add Katzskin leather to the interior at some point. The Sync 3 paired with my cell phone gives me all the navigation technology and podcasting I want/need, so I'm pleased with that base element. I may also add fender flares at some point. So there it is. I'm hooked on the little feller and even my better half enjoys our Baby Bronco as an occasional alternative to her SUV. I'm not a hardcore off-roader by any means. We had a Jeep Cherokee several years ago that we put to the test when we were stationed in Colorado and although this is a different competitive vehicle, 'Sarge' would easily compete with that Jeep except for the lower towing capacity, in which case, once again, you'd need to upgrade to the 'Badlands' version to even out the contest. So Would I do it all over again? Yes, and who knows... I just might upgrade to a 'Badlands' version in a couple years once they're readily available on dealer lots. Go getcha one if you can find one. I'll bet you'll like it :)

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5 out of 5 stars

Outstanding Value

Jack Rockman, 04/13/2022
4dr SUV AWD (1.5L 3cyl Turbo 8A)
17 of 19 people found this review helpful

The Bronco Sport has exceeded my expectations and here's why. I purchased a base model and paid MSRP at 28k . The vehicle has a smooth, solid ride and feels bigger than than a compact SUV. The interior is comfortable and quiet without any unusual noises others have mentioned. The engine power is good and fuel mileage is typically 27 mpg on regular gas. The brakes are excellent and the base alloy wheels look great .The GOAT drive selector is very effective. I recently drove through a severe rain storm on I 95 and began to hydroplane. I placed the drive in slippery mode and the Bronco recovered total traction and was completely safe. There are few if any vehicles that can deliver the size and features of a Bronco Sport. Highly recommended.

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2 out of 5 stars

Well I had high hopes

jettmamma, 03/11/2022
Outer Banks 4dr SUV AWD (1.5L 3cyl Turbo 8A)
26 of 32 people found this review helpful

I honestly know better than to buy a new model of anything but I could not resist the new Bronco II. My advice: WAIT! Already having issues with electronics (and one usually begets another) I can't get the dealership to even look at it to get it fixed (and it's under their warranty-- which mind you they HARD SELL you!) VERY unhappy with Ford right now- will likely not buy another one (of any model type).

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1 out of 5 stars

Drives rough, unexplained noises

E, 02/04/2022
Big Bend 4dr SUV AWD (1.5L 3cyl Turbo 8A)
25 of 34 people found this review helpful

Drives very rough and loud at low speeds. Unexplained metal scraping sounds and fluttering noises that Ford isn't helping with. Makes it unpleasant to drive.

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