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A silver 2024 Ford Bronco Sport Badlands, equipped with a kayak on its roof, driving down a desert road. Mountains and boulders are visible in the distance.

2024 Ford Bronco Sport Badlands Embraces All-Terrain Adventure In Saskatchewan

Go Further in Saskatchewan.
 
With the introduction of the 2024 Bronco Sport Badlands Ford is redefining the all-terrain market - delivering a 4x4 experience like no other. Trust this eight-speed SUV on every trail, taking advantage of its EcoBoost engine suite and custom-tuned suspension. It’s been tailored for fun.

It’s also been tailored to decimate the competition - including the 2024 Jeep Compass Trailhawk.
 

2024 Ford Bronco Sport Badlands Versus 2024 Jeep Compass Trailhawk: Performance Specs

Rear view of a silver 2024 Ford Bronco Sport Badlands driving over a rocky road, with shrubs and boulders flanking both sides.
The similarities are striking - with both the new Bronco Sport Badlands and the Compass Trailhawk sharing a 2.0L engine configuration. They should deliver comparable performance on the backroads.

They don’t.

Instead Ford dominates every adventure - with its 2024 Bronco Sport Badlands generating an impressive 250 HP (at 5,550 RPM) and 277 lb.-ft of torque (at 3,000 RPM). Anchored by a 2.0L Ti-VCT GTDI inline-three engine, this platform promises exceptional capability. The block and cylinder heads boast aluminum materials to both reduce weight and enhance heat dissipation, while direct-acting mechanical buckets improve valve performance. A single twin-scroll turbocharger assures maximum output on the trails, allowing for a 0 to 60 rev of approximately seven seconds; and an eight-speed automatic transmission, complete with SelectShift functionality, assists each adventure.

The 2024 Jeep Compass Trailhawk, comparatively, offers a milder experience. Featuring a 2.0L inline-four DOHC engine, this SUV yields a mere 200 HP (at 5,000 RPM) and 221 lb.-ft of torque (at 1,750 RPM); and, although it shares turbocharged capability with the Bronco Sport, it fails to achieve the same 0 to 60 results, requiring approximately eight seconds. The difference will be clearly felt on the backroads.

 

The Winner: 2024 Ford Bronco Sport Badlands
 

2024 Ford Bronco Sport Badlands Versus 2024 Jeep Compass Trailhawk: Interior Specs


Interior view of the 2024 Ford Bronco Sport Badlands, showcasing black seats, the steering wheel, and the digital media center.Comfort often proves an often-ignored luxury within the all-terrain market - with drivers forced to settle for cramped cabins and rough vinyl. It becomes acceptable to compromise.

The 2024 Ford Bronco Sport Badlands defies expectations, however. Slide inside this five-passenger SUV and discover ample head (41.5 inches, front; 41.7 inches, rear), shoulder (57.3 inches, front; 55.6 inches, rear), and leg (42.4 inches, front; 36.9 inches, rear) room. Premium cloth materials line the seats, complemented by six-way manual adjusters and integrated heating technologies; while their 60/40 split-fold capabilities maximize cargo space, affording up to 1,845 litres of storage behind the first row and 920 litres behind the second. Electronic automatic temperature controls, durable rubberized flooring, and a wrapped tilting/telescoping steering wheel add to the convenience - branding this platform perfect for everyday errands and off-road adventures alike.

Compare this to the 2024 Jeep Compass Trailhawk. Though it also shares a five-passenger design with the Bronco Sport Badlands, it proves less accommodating - with limited head (39.2 inches, front; 38.5 inches, rear), shoulder (56.7 inches, front; 55.1 inches, rear), and leg (41.8 inches, front; 38.3 inches, rear) room. The confines of the cabin will undermine comfort on the backroads, and Saskatchewan drivers will find themselves forced to settle yet again.

 

The Winner: 2024 Ford Bronco Sport Badlands
 

Test-Drive The 2024 Ford Bronco Sport Badlands In Saskatchewan

Craving class-defining performance on the backroads? Visit Novlan Bros today to learn more about the 2024 Bronco Sport Badlands - including additional specs and financing information. We will connect you to the ultimate sport utility experience in Saskatchewan; and we will happily explain the value this platform delivers over its competitors, including the 2024 Jeep Compass Trailhawk.

Prepare for a new kind of off-road adventure.

 

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