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News Ford Shows Bronco Sport Accessory Bundles

Ford Shows Bronco Sport Accessory Bundles

Gear up new Bronco Sport

  • Showcases OEM-approved accessories from dealer catalogue

  • Useful upgrades for outdoor activities


Ford is launching five new Bronco Sport accessory packages to help make the new rugged small crossover even better-suited to your off-road activities. The bundles of Yakima and Ford accessories can make your vehicle more capable, but since they’re from the dealer they can also be rolled into your financing.

It starts with a bundle for bikers, or cyclists, at least, to go with your Ford Bronco Sport. A hitch-mounted rack holds a pair of bikes, while roof rail crossbars support a Yakima roof basket with net. A water bundle gives you a locking Yakima kayak carrier to fit on the roof rail crossbars, as well as an awning to give you some shelter, and maybe a quick place to change.

For snow, you get (you guessed it) a hitch-mounted ski/snowsport rack, ready to handle all of your winter gear, while campers get a Yakima Skyrise two-person rooftop tent plus an awning for shade and shelter. Lastly the cargo bundle comes with the roof rack bars and a 16-foot roof-mounted cargo box. All of the bundles come with all-weather floor mats, because nothing ruins the end of a trip outdoors faster than the realisation you’re going to have to spend hours getting dried mud out of your carpet.

Ford says this is just a fraction of the accessories they have available for Bronco Sport, with a current catalogue topping 100. You can build your own bundles as well, to meet your own off-road, outdoor, or stuff-lugging needs.

“Every adventure is unique, just as every Bronco Sport owner is unique, and with these accessory bundles it’s easier than ever to make sure your vehicle fits your lifestyle,” said Jovina Young, Bronco Sport marketing manager. “Before it even leaves the showroom, your Bronco Sport is a true reflection of you.”

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