The 2022 Bronco Everglades - An Improved Wildtrak
Ford fully revealed the 2022 Bronco Everglades, which in it's essence, is a beefed up Wildtrak and its Sasquatch package. It's slated to become available for order around the same time as the new Bronco Raptor this summer. The most obvious new feature brought by the Everglades is the snorkel mounted to the a-pillar. But what catches our eye next is the new Desert Sand color. This color looks great, if not a bit tactical. It's also available in Eruption Green, Shadow Black, Cactus Gray, and Area 51.
The Sasquatch package already brings 35-inch tires, front and rear locking differentials, a shorter final drive ratio, and a lifted suspension. The Everglades builds upon these features with Mud Terrain tires wrapped around uniquely vintage styled 17-inch wheels. The transfer case, front & rear axles, and transmission cooling vents are raised an additional 2.9 inches higher than the Sasquatch. Maximum water fording depth comes to 36.4-inches.
Additional off-road features include a factory Warn winch mounted on a steel bumper. The sides and undercarriage are protected by rock sliders and steel skid plates. The interior includes water repellent vinyl seats with nice green contrast stitching. The floor mats are vinyl & washable, and there are plugs in the floor that can be removed to drain water in case you forded deeper than it's 36.4-inch maximum.
This new model has an Everglades graphic of a topography map on the front fenders, giving it unique styling to accompany the snorkel. The carbon gray grille also has black Bronco lettering, unique to this trim. This comes only in the MIC hardtop, and only in 4-door. The powertrain is locked in with the 10-speed automatic transmission, with the 300 horsepower, 325 pound-feet of torque 2.3l 4-cylinder.
How much will the Everglades set me back?
The Everglades comes in at $54,495, while the Bronco Raptor starts at $69,995. Which one are you getting?? We've got our eyes set on the Bronco Raptor, and we're excited to fit our Bronco Bumpers to the new high performance model.