You can’t put a price tag on fun. Well, unless you are Ford Motor Company. The Bronco Raptor configurator showed up on Ford’s consumer website, and we now know how much this slice of fun will cost.
The price for the most-powerful Bronco ever made starts at $69,995 minimum and climbs more than $82k fully loaded. Let’s look at some of the pricing options for the Ford Bronco Raptor.
The minimum price for the Bronco Raptor according to the configurator with no additional packages or options is $68,500 — this also excludes the $1,495 destination fee. There are numerous options and packages available for the Bronco Raptor, but here are some of the most popular options with their prices.
The Lux package includes such niceties as a heated steering wheel, adaptive cruise control and the Bang & Olufsen advanced sound system. Eruption Green and Cyber Orange are extra costs for exterior paint colors.
As an aside, the 2022 Ford Bronco Everglades pricing configurator is also now open for business. The Everglades is only available as a four-door with the 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine. The Ford Bronco Everglades is available in five exterior colors: Eruption Green, Area 51, Shadow Black, Cactus Gray and the exclusive low-volume Desert Sand.
Starting price for the Everglades is $54,495, which includes destination. The most expensive Bronco Everglades model came out to $59,695. Some of the available upgrades include:
The Raptor name is a premium brand for Ford. So, it’s not surprising to see the Bronco Raptor hit the top the Bronco lineup pricing limit. On the F-150 Raptor, there’s about a $10k premium, and the Raptor moniker does the same for Bronco. You can bet when the 2023 Ford Ranger Raptor arrives in the U.S., it will cost a pretty penny, too.
However, we can’t leave this article without a small rant. What we find nonsensical is Ford trying to call the Bronco Raptor a 2022 model. Ford is shutting down the order book for the 2022 Bronco in a couple weeks, and the chances of actually getting a Bronco Raptor in the 2022 model year are slim. So, why not just call it a 2023 model? But that’s semantics more than than anything. But we digress.
Whether it’s a 2022 or 2023, the fun of the Bronco Raptor comes at a high cost.