2025 Bronco Sport Spied Images

Dude

Badlands
Well-Known Member
Joined
Sep 20, 2022
Threads
34
Messages
1,976
Reaction score
2,021
Location
Arizona
Vehicle(s)
2022 Bronco Sport Badlands
Goodyear Territory RT All Terrain ?
235 65 R17

Looks like fog lamps are moved down
Don’t see front tow hooks
Now with front sensors (vs rear backup sensors on some prior models)
The fake side plastic is missing (where some owners added turn signals on prior models)
Camera on side mirrors
 
Last edited:


RushMan

Badlands
Well-Known Member
First Name
Russ
Joined
Oct 28, 2021
Threads
18
Messages
663
Reaction score
816
Location
NW NJ
Vehicle(s)
'24 Shadow Black Badlands
Hey everyone, I just saw these new images posted on the “refresh” or new off-road package for the bronco sport 2025. What are y’all’s thoughts on it?
Ford Bronco Sport 2025 Bronco Sport Spied Images IMG_1691
Ford Bronco Sport 2025 Bronco Sport Spied Images IMG_1692
Ford Bronco Sport 2025 Bronco Sport Spied Images IMG_1694
Ford Bronco Sport 2025 Bronco Sport Spied Images IMG_1693
Ford Bronco Sport 2025 Bronco Sport Spied Images IMG_1696
Ford Bronco Sport 2025 Bronco Sport Spied Images IMG_1695
New grill, OK, new bash plates to strengthen the chassis for addition of bull/brush bar and perhaps increase towing capacity?
Goodyear Territory RT 235/65/R17 I could just barely make out the size after blowing up the file.
According to Tire Rack, the Territory RT is not available in that size. Maybe Ford asked Goodyear to produce that tire in that size? Just a possibility.
I was wondering what Ford would do after the Falken WIldpeak AT3Ws were discontinued.
 
Last edited:

DWG

Badlands
Well-Known Member
First Name
David
Joined
Jun 19, 2023
Threads
8
Messages
121
Reaction score
102
Location
New Jersey
Vehicle(s)
2019 Edge, 2024 Bronco Sport Badlands
I like the cameras on the side mirrors . The cameras on the side mirrors probably indicates the 360 cameras that are currently on the 23 Escape that I had. I had a 23 Escape that had them and really liked them. At least they helped me when parking. I would park and turn the camera on to be able to see if I was parked between the lines good ( I am terribly at parking straight between the lines) and parallel parking along a curb. The cameras probably mean a bigger center screen with sync 4 that also means no more navigation without an annual subscription.

I wonder if the metal plates on the front and rear bumpers are for a raptor or similar upgraded trim. They remind me of the big Bronco raptor front bumper.

Ford Bronco Sport 2025 Bronco Sport Spied Images 1717018997488-y8
 

BourbonRunner

Heritage
Well-Known Member
First Name
Steve
Joined
Jul 8, 2023
Threads
9
Messages
264
Reaction score
489
Location
Baltimore Area
Vehicle(s)
Bronco Sport
A new trim level for 2026?
Beefed up Badlands? Time will tell. ICE/electric hybrid seems more preferable than extended skid plates to me.
My guess is you're seeing a Badlands trim package to compete with the Subaru Wilderness and every other manufacturer's tougher looking outdoorsy-themed CUV trims.

Only difference is the Subies and the Badlands are actually quite capable compared to everything else in their class.
 


Meanderthal

Badlands
Well-Known Member
First Name
Eric
Joined
Mar 19, 2022
Threads
10
Messages
2,103
Reaction score
2,965
Location
Colorado
Vehicle(s)
'08 BMW R1200 GS Adv, '23 Norden Expedition
To me, it appears they might have given it some more lift than the current BL.
 

OuterBanks25

Outer Banks
Well-Known Member
First Name
Connor
Joined
Aug 19, 2022
Threads
20
Messages
153
Reaction score
356
Location
South Florida
Vehicle(s)
2023 Ford Bronco Sport
I'm glad they didn't change the overall look. Thankfully it still looks the same but with an updated pattern to the grille and a bigger touchscreen to accommodate the 360-degree camera system. It'll be Sync 4 that's found on the refreshed Escape and new Mustang. It's a good thing there's not a drastic change in scenery since it doesn't need it unlike what they did with the Maverick. That refresh has generated a lot of hatred, especially on that new ST/Lobo trim. Even the recently revealed XLT and Lariats are hated because of the new headlights, protruding bumper, and lower valance design. The only saving grace on that is the inclusion of the highly anticipated hybrid AWD option. This, however, should be a-ok since it's virtually the same.
 

Paradocks

Active Member
First Name
Doug
Joined
Dec 22, 2023
Threads
1
Messages
33
Reaction score
97
Location
Pittsburgh, PA
Vehicle(s)
2022 Hyundai Tucson Hybrid
Glad Ford didn't muck up the refresh like they did with the Maverick. I like the additional tech (360 cameras, front sensors). Not sure about the skid plates...visually they look OK and give the bumpers some weight, but functionality is questionable. Seems more for show than anything else. Still looking forward to pics of the interior because I think that is where the bulk of the changes will take place.

I'm ready to place an order, Ford. Made my last payment on the Tucson last week so I am free of any car payments for the time being.
Sponsored

 
 




Top