Finally I got to see one! Now I have a question.

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I live in northwestern IL and today my family
took a trip into suburban Chicago and I took a 10 minute side trip to see this beauty!
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Wildtrack, SAS, Lux with the 2.7. My first sighting and now I am even more pumped for 2035 when Ford gets around to building ours! 😂

We have a non-SAS Badlands on order for my 5-4 wife (gonna be her daily), due to her height she has been concerned about the step in height of the Broncos.

So today I had her try getting with and without the side steps. It was easy for her with the side steps and cumbersome when not using them.

Since the Badlands comes with the rock guards, I am concerned that she is gonna have the same problem getting in her new ride (unless we buy some side step

Those of you lucky SOB’s who have taken delivery do me a solid can if get the step in measurements of a Wildtrack and a non-Sas Badlands?

I know the difference between them has been discussed, but I couldn’t find a definitive answer. Thanks!
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I live in northwestern IL and today my family
took a trip into suburban Chicago and I took a 10 minute side trip to see this beauty!
ACB57B8A-48E9-478D-8CF2-D7512EBCE5DF.jpeg

Wildtrack, SAS, Lux with the 2.7. My first sighting and now I am even more pumped for 2035 when Ford gets around to building ours! 😂

We have a non-SAS Badlands on order for my 5-4 wife (gonna be her daily), due to her height she has been concerned about the step in height of the Broncos.

So today I had her try getting with and without the side steps. It was easy for her with the side steps and cumbersome when not using them.

Since the Badlands comes with the rock guards, I am concerned that she is gonna have the same problem getting in her new ride (unless we buy some side step

Those of you lucky SOB’s who have taken delivery do me a solid can if get the step in measurements of a Wildtrack and a non-Sas Badlands?

I know the difference between them has been discussed, but I couldn’t find a definitive answer. Thanks!
Mine is identical to this and has the tow. It is scheduled for build August 23. I have been to several Bronco events with my wife. She is 5’5 and we have been in and out of all trim options. The non sas BD is a little less difficult for her, but she still needed the steps. If I were getting the BD, I would get the stirrup type steps that attach to the rock rails.
 

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Trying to get into one that has steps, but not using the step is awkward as well... so maybe she wouldn’t have as much trouble as it seemed with the wildtrack. I’m 6’2”, so the steps aren’t needed and just kinda get in the way... more so getting out than getting in.
 

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