For 2023, you’ll be able to spec it on either the Big Bend or Outer Banks trim levels. It brings you a little closer to the Badlands when it comes to off-road protection and tires, but doesn’t go all the way there with the torque-vectoring rear differential and other extras. Included in the Black Diamond Off-Road package are additional steel bash plates for underbody protection and a front skid plate. You also get the 17-inch steel-look aluminum wheels that are wrapped in all-terrain tires. As for the appearance items, Ford throws in a matte black hood graphic and lower bodyside graphics on the driver and passenger doors. The package is available to order in a 2023 Bronco Sport now.
In addition to the new package, Ford also just announced that its Bronco Off-Roadeo experience is newly available for all new Bronco Sport owners who buy a 2023 model year vehicle, instead of just buyers of the Badlands trim. Ford is also adding winter off-road experiences for its locations in Utah and Texas.
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