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2024 Ford Bronco Sport Competitor Comparison

2024 Ford Bronco Sport Competitor Comparison

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2024 Model Comparison

To keep it simple, we’re comparing all the base models, though we’ll discuss some other trims further down.

Trim/ Feature Price Engine Horsepower Transmission Fuel Efficiency Key Features
Ford Bronco Sport $41,190* 1.5-litre EcoBoost  181 8-speed automatic 9.3 L/100 km (city)

8.4 L/100 km (highway)

Five Selectable G.O.A.T Modes for any terrain
Jeep Compass $41,015* 2.0-litre DOHC I-4 Turbocharged 200 8-speed automatic 9.9 L/100 km (city)

7.4 L/100 km (highway)

Uconnect 5 Multimedia system on a 10.1-inch touchscreen
GMC Terrain $35,671* 1.5-litre Turbocharged 175 9-speed automatic 9.8 L/100 km (city)

8.1 L/100 km (highway)

GMC Pro Safety and Traction Select System
Kia Sportage $33,033* 2.5-litre four-cylinder 187 8-speed automatic 9.3 L/100 km (city)

7.4 L/100 km (highway)

Front-Wheel Drive option with better fuel efficiency
Jeep Wrangler $48,515* 3.6-litre V6 Pentastar 285 6-speed manual 14.3 L/100 km (city)

10.5 L/100 km (highway)

Powerful engine that stands out in its horsepower

2024 Ford Bronco Sport Competitor Comparison

The 2024 Ford Bronco Sport is an excellent SUV that cruises down the roads. This year is exceptional as it releases the Free Wheeling trim in memory of a Ford released in the 70s. However, how does the Bronco Sport hold up against its competitors? We compare it with the other top vehicles in its category, looking at the performance, design, technology, and safety features.

Performance Features

We start with performance, looking at the models’ engine specs and towing capabilities.


When comparing Ford to most of its competitors, you’ll see that the horsepower is all within the same range. It varies between 175 and 200 horsepower, so there aren’t significant differences. Still, you can get up to 250 horsepower with the Bronco Sport Badland’s 2.0-litre engine. 

Nonetheless, the Jeep Wrangler has the best horsepower at 285, but it sacrifices fuel efficiency for it. Where the Wrangler has a combined fuel efficiency of 12.6 L/100 km, the Bronco Sport boasts an 8.9 L/100 km combined. Most competitors also have eight-speed automatic transmissions, with only the Wrangler and GMC Terrain being different.


Depending on the trim, the Ford can tow between 2,000 and 2,200 pounds. The Compass and Terrain models either match that or are lower, while the Sportage and Wrangler are higher at 2,500 and 3,500 pounds. 

Interior and Exterior Styling Comparison

Design Elements

The design of a vehicle is the first thing you see, so you want it to be something you enjoy. We take a look at the design differences between the various cars.



The Ford Bronco Sport’s design boasts a new Free Wheeling trim. This trim is a colourful homage to a design released in the 70s. It has a sunset-styled body with red accents and yellow, orange, and red lines on the side. However, the other trims also boast various elegant elements, with different roof colours and two new exterior colours added to the line-up.


The Compass and Wrangler have their classic Jeep designs, with the Compass showcasing softer lines and the Wrangler bold with its sharp edges. The Bronco has the shortest length at 4,387 mm, embodying a compact SUV ideal for city commuting and adventures. 



All models offer leather or leather-trimmed seating at their more expensive trims. However, Ford boasts a unique cloth with easy-to-clean seats in the base trim. All other models also feature cloth or premium cloth seats. 


The Ford has up to 1,845 litres of cargo behind the first row and up to 920 litres of cargo behind the second row. The Compass and Terrain has less cargo space with the rear seats down, while the Sportage and Wrangler boasts over 2,000 litres with the rear seats down.

Technology Features Comparison

Technology and Infotainment Features

Technology is where vehicles shine. New technology creates a more driver-oriented and comfortable experience.



The Sport Bronco has an 8.0-inch LCD Capacitive touchscreen that boasts SYNC 3 with enhanced voice recognition systems. It also has a voice-activated touchscreen navigation system and swipe/pinch-to-zoom capacity.


The Terrain and Sportage have 7.0-inch and 8.0-inch touchscreens. Meanwhile, the Jeeps have 10.1-inch and 12.3-inch infotainment centres. The Terrain does have the option to upgrade to an 8.0-inch touchscreen, but it costs extra.


All models except the Wrangler have a six-speaker audio system, with the Wrangler having eight speakers. On Ford’s Badlands trim, you can upgrade to a 10-speaker Bang & Olufsen audio system with a subwoofer.


A seven-speaker Bose system becomes available on some Terrain trims, and a premium Alpine audio system is standard on specific Wrangler trims. However, the other competitors stick to the base model’s speaker system.

Safety and Driver Assistance Features

Safety is critical, especially if you’re driving around a family or love off-roading.


Ford delivers Personal Safety and SOS Post-Crash Alert Systems, which are unique to this brand. However, it doesn’t stop there. Belt-Minder Reminders and the Safety Canopy System come standard. Your kids also remain safe, as it includes LATCH for children features.

This model and the Compass are the only ones with a security/perimeter alarm. However, the Compass boasts ParkView rear backup cameras, while the Terrain has a Teen Driver system. The Sportage boasts various driver assistance features, like Advanced Forward-Collission Avoidance, Lane Keep Assist, and Downhill Brake Control. 

The Wrangler has a few safety features, such as ParkView, steering wheel audio and cruise controls, and automatic headlamps. However, most other features come with a package or more expensive trim.

Reserve Your Ford Today in Vaughan

The 2024 Ford Bronco Sport holds up exceptionally well against its competitors while remaining affordable and comfortable to drive. It might not have the power of the Wrangler, but it’s the better option for city commuting. Contact Pine Tree Ford Lincoln in Vaughan, ON, to see your financing options and reserve your Bronco Sport trim today!

All pricing is based on Ontario MSRP and does not include taxes and fees. Dealer pricing may differ. Prices are subject to change anytime without notice.

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