Looks like 5 broncos. 3 two door one 4 door and one unknown hidden by dust.
The middle 3 door in the back is extra big and sits with what look like the rear higher then the front.
You can just catch a glimpse of the 4 door going behind the dust cloud at the start like it is next in line to...
I'm looking forward to seeing the color options in person.
I would rather have a base two-door bronco than any bronco sport. But I will be taking it off road and not everyone does that.
A 2 door Badlands is my ideal bronco. About as far from the sport as you can get.
Last week I was on a trail that reviews say "don't take long wheel base vehicles on, this includes 4 door jeeps". Diablos Tail off of Arroyo Seco Del Diablo. It is a short trail that is a dead end, so you need to turn around and come out the way you go in.
I don't want to limit the trails I can...
IF they have a non Sasquatch big-bend or outer-banks Bronco can someone take some photos of the front suspension vs a Sasquatch?
I would like to see control arms, tie-rods, CV joints, bash plates. for a comparison of Sasquatch vs non-Sasquatch.
They should be fine.
The tire psi is set by the weight of the vehicale.
You only need the max tire pressure for the max load.
If you are at 50% of max load then use 50% of max pressure.
Take the gross vehicle weight and divided by four. Each tire has 1/4 of the weight.
We don't know what the...
The monolith is within 2,000 ft of a trail that the bronco should be able to do. A jeep rubicon can do it. Then you walk less then half a mile to the monolith from the road.
Lockhart Basin Road. Is 60 miles long and is listed as a medium difficulty trail.
Not the first trail a beginner should...
The black bronco has 2 recovery points in the back. I thought the bronco was only going to have one in the back with 2 in the front.
Are they testing a second recovery point or do some trims have 2 in the back?
It will take the aftermarket some time to get stuff out there.
But I think the front bumper would be one upgrade I would want. Something with a hidden winch in it.
If Ford does like jeep and keeps the bronco unchanged for a lot of years the aftermarket stuff will just keep growing every year.
Clay Pit SVRA
Onyx Ranch SVRA
Heber Dunes SVRA
Hollister Hills SVRA
Hungry Valley SVRA
Oceano Dunes SVRA
Ocotillo Wells SVRA
Prairie City SVRA
California has 9 SVRAs I have been to two of them. Both were interesting to see and had a lot of...
I want to check out Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in a few weeks. I have never been there but have seen some really interesting looking trails on youtube.
I have done the John Bull trail in big bear and the Miller Jeep trail near hungry valley state vehicle recreation area.
For John Bull I...
That is a cool looking jeep. I like the roof rack and mirrors.
Does the hi-lift catch on tree branches being on the side? Has that location worked well for you?
I will want to attach a hi-lift somewhere . I have seen many options, hood, tail gate, front bumper and now this side mount for...
For base BB BD OB Sasquatch is a great deal. Going aftermarket would add up to more. If you are getting the BL then the cost is about the same and I could see going aftermarket.
Sasquatch will probably bump up the resale value a lot more then a after market setup. It does for the Jeep wrangler...
This was one of the big scandals. Consumer reports wanted a vehicle to fail its roll over test but it passed the test so then Consumer reports changed the test just for that one vehicle to make it not pass...