The 400-hp Raptor’s starting price of $69,995 fits in neatly between the prices of the 450-hp F-150 Raptor and the 470-hp Wrangler 392.
- The 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor carries a starting price of $69,995.
- Ford has yet to release option prices or details about trim levels, but we imagine a fully equipped model will be considerably more expensive.
- Ford says deliveries will begin this summer, and those with an existing Bronco order can choose to upgrade to the Raptor.
The new 2022 Bronco Raptor is the ultimate version of the Ford Bronco (at least for now), and it carries an appropriately heady base price of $69,995—nearly $20,000 more than a standard Bronco Wildtrak four-door model. Ford has yet to release details on options and trim levels, but we imagine a fully loaded model will reach above $80,000. The Raptor comes only as a four-door with a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 engine that Ford claims will make around 400 horsepower.
This starting price makes the Bronco Raptor slightly more expensive than the F-150 Raptor pickup, which starts at $67,070. The F-150 is powered by a larger-displacement twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6 that makes 450 horsepower, giving it a power advantage over the Bronco. But it’s worth noting that the Bronco Raptor comes standard with 37-inch tires, whereas a 2022 F-150 Raptor requires adding some expensive options to get equivalent 37-inch rubber: the $5250 37 Performance package and $6150 801A package, which together bring the truck’s price to $78,470.
The other important point of comparison is with the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392, which has a 6.4-liter V-8 that makes 470 horsepower. The Rubicon is more expensive than the Bronco Raptor, starting at $76,395, which is to be expected given its extra power. Tire-wise, the Wrangler 392 comes standard with 33-inch tires and offers a 35-inch tire option as part of the $3995 Xtreme Recon package.
Ford says that deliveries of the 2022 Bronco Raptor will start this summer. Customers with an existing Bronco order will be offered the chance to upgrade to a Raptor.