Basequatch is the ticket in my opinion. I wouldn't worry about MPG if you're comparing 33s to 35s. Maybe a 1 or 2 mpg hit at the most. Especially if you stay with a mild tread pattern like the stock Good Years. You get so much more capability with the Sasquatch package its worth it.
For the $5,000 extra or whatever it is for Big Bend you can get a Base and Sasquatch it. Base + Sasquatch package pretty much gives you one of the most Off-roading capable rigs in the industry for around $40k. Oh and let's not forget it also gives you the coolest fender badge in the industry. 😉
Hope they're not carrying anything in the back when they just decide to pull of the side of the road and take the doors off. Lol. In reality most people will take the doors off at home depending on the weather and plan the day out regardless if it's a 2 door or a 4 door. Thats a fact!!
That's how I feel. I absolutely love the look of the 2 door and the Bronco has always been a 2 door. I just can't picture it any other way. Just wish I could see it in person already. I bet it looks even better then the pictures. I'm getting Base + Sasquatch 2.7 Auto 2 door. Basically the same...
I wouldn't want to ride all the way to California in the back seat of anything really that's a long drive. At 6 ft 240 you're definitely a large example and if you fit just fine I'm sure my 5ft 98 lbs daughter and 3.5 ft 60 lbs son would fit just fine.
We do have a 4 door Family hauler SUV and the Bronco is mainly for Off-roading , Camping and driving around with the top off fun. But i still don't see it being a problem if we wanted to go on a longer drive especially being that full grown men say they can sit in the back seat comfortably.
How is the 2 door not ok for a family of 4? It has 4 seats right? From the reviews I've seen guys 6ft tall can fit in the back seat. Hey if I had to crawl my ass in and out of my buddies 2 door Jeep growing up when I was a 3rd wheel teen I'm pretty sure my 2 kids can get in and out of a 2 door...
Or even Basequatch which is what im getting. A mall crawler would be taking a Bronco and just throwing an aftermarket lift and big tires on without upgrading the axles, gearing, and not adding lockers.
Any Bronco with the Sasquatch package is a serious Off Roader.
You can't be serious?!? You do realize there's different types of Off-roading besides Rock crawling. Ground clearance, better suspension and bigger tires are pretty important. And I'm willing to bet that Wildtrak or any other Bronco equipped with Sasquatch package without sway bar disconnect can...