2022 Ford Bronco Problems and Top Complaints – Is Your Car A Lemon?

Suspension & Structural issues are among the top complaints received by the NHTSA from vehicle owners

The 2022 Ford Bronco is an SUV that received a lot of praise from enthusiasts when it first arrived. The automaker claims it is a model that “comes out on top.” Yet, after driving the Bronco, customers can’t stop complaining about the defective suspension system and poorly-built structure.

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2022 Ford Bronco Suspension Problems

Many people looking to drive the 2022 Bronco are looking to take it off-road, but it should still have a nice ride to it on the pavement. Yet, it seems to be one of the largest complaints from customers.

One Edmunds review says, “Purchase a 2022 Black Diamond Bronco with 23 miles on it. Had the vehicle for 72 hours before it fell apart. Had to return to dealership due to knocking and grinding noise. Vehicle now needs a brand new front axle and transfer case. Dealership wouldn’t let me out of the deal. Finally got a loaner vehicle only to find out they’re making the sales guy pay for my loaner. Oh and it’s no telling when. I will get the vehicle back.”

For now, Ford doesn’t want to discuss any suspension issues. There are no service bulletins and no telling how it should be repaired. However, it does seem interesting that the Bronco is no longer being delivered to dealers for the remainder of the year. Of course, Ford states it is because demand was too high, but it could very well be due to the defects that the company is trying to cover up. It certainly can’t “come out on top” if there aren’t any being sold.

2022 Ford Bronco Structural Problems

While this Ford SUV isn’t considered a luxury vehicle, it should still be built to higher standards, especially since it needs to hold up off-road. Yet, it isn’t.

One Car Indigo review says, “Excessive wind noise. My Ford Bronco lacks comfort. The leather upholstery on offer is not as soft as I expected. There is lots of wind noise above 60 mph.”

Again, the Ford camp is completely quiet about what’s going on. There are no repairs possible and no communications to discuss. All of those customers who waited patiently to get behind the wheel of a Bronco are sure to be disappointed. It might be time to help Chevy get on top instead.

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Brian Jones

About the Author:

Brian Jones spent more than 20 years working as an ASE Certified Master Tech and Parts Specialist at multiple dealerships. Brian has become an authority in the industry, traveling across the country to consult for car dealerships and contributing his expertise as a writer for several major automotive publications. In his spare time, Brian enjoys working on pickup trucks, muscle cars, Jeeps and anything related to motorsports.

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1 COMMENT
  • Francis G

    I have 16 open cases on my 2022 Bronco last 8# NLA87713 .MOST COMPLAINS are on the rusted exterior grap rail ( tie down) left side. The storage in Port of Newark did not help the defective part. Other issue Ford deleted the retention harness from parts and dealer installed accessory. They advertised that Bronco over the Wrangler could store offroad removable doors , then deleted the ON BOARD harness parts.The product liability Ms. Clark , General Counsel did not approve due to a door falling off on road and hitting a following vehicle. Dealers now only sell GARAGE DOOR BAGS. So we have to leave the removable doors in GARAGES and break the law buy driving on road, say to beaches with the removabke doors in the GARAGE.

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