- ford is adding a hoss 3.0 suspension package to the bronco wildtrak that includes fox 2.5 dampers.
- the package also includes a front bumper with tow hooks and integrated fog lights.
- it costs an extra $2505 and is exclusive to reservation holders and order holders with unscheduled build dates.
ford's raptor lineup is now pretty stacked with the new ranger raptor revealed yesterday, and raptor-specific equipment is trickling down into the mainstream lineup. the bronco wildtrak, which was previously was the most off-road-ready bronco from the factory, will be available with a new hoss 3.0 (high-performance off-road stability suspension) package for the 2022 model year that includes fox internal-bypass dampers.
unlike the bronco raptor, which uses 3.1-inch diameter adaptive dampers from fox, the bronco wildtrak uses 2.5-inch units that are also found on the new ranger raptor. these dampers are designed for high-speed off-roading and are meant to hold up better over time, as their aluminum bodies shed heat more effectively compared to the standard wildtrak model's bilstein dampers that are included in the sasquatch package. the bronco wildtrak rides on 35-inch all-terrain tires compared to the standard 37s on the raptor.
wildtrak models with the hoss 3.0 package also get the bronco raptor's steering rack, which is derived from the f-150 raptor's, and stronger inner and outer tie rods. the package also includes a rear stabilizer bar. a powder-coated front bumper hides tow hooks and fog lights, and there's added protection with steel skid plates.
the bronco wildtrak's hoss 3.0 package is exclusive to reservation holders and unscheduled order holders, and models so equipped are scheduled to arrive this summer. it's available on both two- and four-door models and costs $2505 on top of the wildtrak's $49,275 starting price.