2022 Ford Bronco vs. 2022 Jeep Wrangler Review

2022 Ford Bronco vs. 2022 Jeep Wrangler Review in Edmonton, Alberta

2022 Ford Bronco vs. 2022 Jeep Wrangler Review in Edmonton, Alberta

The 2022 Ford Bronco and 2022 Jeep Wrangler are competent and bold SUVs designed to provide the ideal balance of city living and weekend off-roading. Both offer modern comforts, plush interiors, and a variety of powerful powertrains. Find out how the new Bronco reigns supreme over its rival Wrangler before visiting Denny Andrews Ford in Edmonton, AB to choose one from our new inventory.

2022 Bronco vs. Jeep Wrangler Off-road Capabilities & Horsepower

The standard engine in the base Bronco Sport is a turbocharged 1.5L three-cylinder offering with 181 horsepower, but if you're are looking for a little more juice, you can opt for the available 245-horsepower, 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Both these options are mated with an eight-speed automatic transmission. The Bronco feels pretty stable around tight curves, has quick steering and ample stopping power, and can handle itself well on various kinds of terrain thanks to its sturdy suspension and shocks, as well as its available all-weather capability. The standard Wrangler, by comparison, is equipped with a 3.6L V6 engine that produces 285 horsepower or a 2.0L turbo motor, and may be mated with a six-speed manual or an eight-speed automatic transmission. As for its off-road prowess, the 2022 Wrangler can brave the trails, the rock, and the dunes, but you'll have to pay a pretty penny to equip it properly.

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2022 Ford Bronco Sport Exterior

2022 Ford Bronco Sport Interior

2022 Bronco vs. Jeep Wrangler Interior

The Bronco's cabin offers an impressive amount of space and a plethora of useful features while maintaining the familiar Bronco style and design. The lineup's interiors are laced with durable plastics, with leather covering the seats in the more upscale models. This Ford SUV has a seating capacity of five passengers. The front and rear seats are comfortable and spacious enough, even for taller passengers, with the supportive seat backs and robust flooring protecting you and your interior from muddy off-road conditions. Every Bronco comes standard with an 8-inch touchscreen preloaded with Ford's signature SYNC3 software. The straightforward layout of the infotainment system and the tactile buttons and knobs make it easy to use while driving.

On the other hand, the latest Jeep Wrangler has a practical yet appealing design, and everything seems robust and well-made. However, if you enjoy a quiet ride, the Wrangler might not be very appealing. Its off-road-oriented design lets a lot of road and wind noise in, particularly on trim levels with the soft top and mud tires. To its credit, the off-roader's weather-resistant, removable carpet and floor drain valves make it easy to keep the interiors clean and tidy. The 2022 Wrangler's storage compartment is cleverly built to hold all the necessary for a weekend excursion, while the doors have mesh pockets for small objects and a locking glove box to keep your valuables safe.

2022 Bronco vs. Jeep Wrangler Exterior

The new Ford Bronco's design is built for both city living and off-road use in equal measure. This 2022 Ford SUV stands out from the crowd thanks to its rugged, sporty look and superb equipment fitted throughout the exterior. It has a one-piece grille and two bold headlamps perfectly complemented by a bar that bears the Bronco name. With the standard roof-rack structure, the Bronco can handle up to 150 pounds up top, allowing you to transport all of your belongings. Furthermore, the Flip-Up Rear Glass allows you to easily access cargo in the trunk from the rear without opening the rear door.

In contrast, the Wrangler has a high ground clearance that makes it ideal for rugged terrain. The off-roader is a force to be reckoned with because of its available all-terrain tires, short front and rear overhangs, removable roof, and available front and rear tow hooks installed on its high-strength steel frame. The available LED Lighting Group includes headlamps, fog lamps, and Daytime Running Lamps for increased visibility. In short, both these SUVs can turn heads, but unlike the Wrangler, the 2022 Bronco looks right at home both on the pavement and off it.

Reserve Your 2022 Bronco Now at Denny Andrews Ford

If you'd like to enjoy the 2022 Ford Bronco's bold looks, durable interior, responsive performance, and excellent off-road capability yourself, our dealership can help you make it your own with flexible financing options. Whether you aim to buy or lease your new Bronco, contact us at Denny Andrews Ford, and we'll be thrilled to help.