Suspension Systems

Welcome to our Ford Bronco Sport Suspension System category where you can find the very best Ford Bronco Sport Outer Banks, Badlands, Heritage, and Big Bend suspension systems offering various lift heights ranging from 1 inch to 2.5 inches!

We've got everything you need to upgrade your front and rear suspension, including suspension system kits made from high-quality billet aluminum, steel, and heavy-duty materials, ensuring unparalleled off-road performance and ride quality for your Ford Bronco Sport. 

Independent front suspension systems provide advanced suspension technology and improved handling, while upgraded shocks and struts allow for a high-performance driving experience on all surfaces!

Whether you're looking for a lifted, lowered, or adjustable suspension, our selection of industry-leading products provides the perfect solution for any off-road enthusiast seeking the ultimate Bronco Sport experience!

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What to Look Out for When Buying a Ford Bronco Sport Suspension System?

Lift Kit Height Differences

Choosing the right lift kit for your Ford Bronco Sport can significantly enhance its off-road capabilities and overall appearance. eve

Lift kits are available in various sizes but the most popular Ford Bronco Sport lift kit heights include 1 inch, 1.5 inches, 2 inches, and 2.5 inches.

A 1-inch lift kit offers a slight adjustment, ideal for leveling the vehicle or accommodating larger tires but does not affect the car’s drivability too much.

A 1.5-inch Ford Bronco Sport lift provides a moderate increase in ride height, granting improved ground clearance and even larger tire size options. 

Moving up to a 2-inch lift offers even more clearance, enhancing off-road performance and obstacle navigation with very large tires but to the detriment of on-road stability and overall comfort.

For those seeking maximum off-road capabilities, a 2.5-inch lift kit delivers significant lift and improved articulation and is usually intended for those who are serious about off-roading.

Consider factors like driving preferences, tire size, softness, and body roll. and handling characteristics before selecting the appropriate lift kit size for your lifted Bronco Sport!

Comfort, Body Control, Stiffness

Upgraded shocks and struts can provide a smoother and more comfortable ride by absorbing bumps and road imperfections more effectively. 

They also help to reduce vibrations and jolts felt inside the cabin, resulting in a more comfortable driving experience for on-road and moderate off-road conditions.

Adjustable shocks and struts or suspension systems with adjustable dampening can help you get the best of both worlds as they allow you to adjust the levels of stiffness to better cater to the environment you are driving in.

If you want to make your Ford Bronco Sport the best road driver out there, you should focus on body control which refers to the ability of the vehicle to maintain stability during cornering, braking, and acceleration.

The idea here is to value your options beforehand and decide what kind of driving experience you want to achieve.

Styling and Mods Compatibility

A lifted Bronco Sport is a styling trinket as much as it is a performance upgrade which means that many people simply want a lift because it makes the car looks nicer.

However, you should be aware that a lift either limits or allow you to do other mods such as large tires and adjustable components.

You should think all of your current and future mods through and then decide what kind of suspension upgrade will work best for you and your Ford Bronco Sport.

Build Materials and Durability

Components such as coil springs, control arms, and sway bars are best constructed using steel due to their ability to continuously resist stress associated with off-road driving.

In contrast, aluminum is typically used for strut towers or knuckles where you don’t need such high levels of rigidity while also saving some weight in the process.

Machined from a single block of aluminum or steel, billet suspension parts are known for their strength, making them a preferred choice for control arms, strut mounts, and other materials which endure the most stress.

Lastly, bushings and rubbery parts can benefit from the use of synthetic materials, with polyurethane being a popular choice due to its high resistance to wear and exposure to moisture, dirt, and debris.