Ford Bronco Costs
The costs of owning a Ford Bronco currently available are:
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Ford Bronco Depreciation
A Ford Bronco will depreciate in value by $16,485 after 5 years. Depreciation is difficult to avoid, but it can be managed. Depreciation is the difference between the original sales price, and what the vehicle will be worth in the future. We use 5 years as an example in our analysis.
When new, a typically-equipped Ford Bronco sells for $47,440 on average. After 5 years of depreciation, the average residual value will be $30,955. This represents the vehicle's retail market price. Trade-in and private sale prices will likely be lower. Use our Ford Bronco Depreciation Calculator to see how model year and mileage will affect your resale value.
Ford Bronco Depreciation Calculator
Ford Bronco Financing Costs
The average cost to finance a new Ford Bronco would be $5,556 after 5 years. This assumes a 72-month loan with an APR of 4.75% and a 20% down payment. Financing costs are a vehicle cost that you can control. Your interest expense can be greatly reduced by changing your loan term, improving your credit score, or increasing your down payment. If you don't know your credit score, or haven't checked in a while, it's completely free on Credit Karma.
Our Ford Bronco Loan Calculator allows you to build a loan that's best suited for you. This handy utility will also help to keep you from becoming upside down, where you end up owing more than the vehicle is worth. You can estimate monthly payments and download the full amortization schedule as well. We've highlighted some typical loan scenarios in the table below. See what a difference a larger down payment will make in lowering your financing costs and your monthly payments.