elmystico

Wildtrak
Well-Known Member
First Name
Jon
Joined
Jul 19, 2020
Messages
664
Reaction score
1,887
Location
New Mexico
Vehicle(s)
2014 FJ Cruiser 4WD, 1990 Toyota pickup
Clubs
 
They are CGI but I can't imagine anything has changed. I like the Badlands look too.
Well, it's definitely different than what the reps said in Buena Vista. Hoping to talk to them tomorrow in person if all goes well.





Advertisement

 

BroncBro

Wildtrak
Well-Known Member
First Name
Jeff
Joined
Jul 15, 2020
Messages
1,271
Reaction score
4,539
Location
Florida
Vehicle(s)
2019 Tacoma 4x4
Clubs
 
So, we have this picture of the suspension on the Bronco there. If we had someone take the same picture on a Squatch and a base and could compare the three, I think we could answer our own questions, or at least see if things really do appear the same.

This might be another Frankenstein’s Bronco, but I can tell you those are not the Sasquatch shocks if they are missing the piggy-backs.
 
OP
irv0735

irv0735

Badlands
Well-Known Member
First Name
Nate
Joined
Jul 19, 2020
Messages
229
Reaction score
1,822
Location
Western United States
Vehicle(s)
2017 Mercedes Sprinter 4x4, 2021 Bronco Reserved
  • Thread starter
  • Thread Starter
  • #274
This might be another Frankenstein’s Bronco, but I can tell you those are not the Sasquatch shocks because they are missing the piggy-backs.
The Bronco in the photo is the one currently on display and does not have the Sasquatch package. It is a Badlands only.
 

kodiakisland

Black Diamond
Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 10, 2020
Messages
1,145
Reaction score
2,906
Location
Arkansas
Vehicle(s)
2012 Tacoma, 2016 Camaro, 2018 Indian
Clubs
 
This might be another Frankenstein’s Bronco, but I can tell you those are not the Sasquatch shocks because they are missing the piggy-backs.

I just want to see some pics of this view on several models to compare what's going on since it seems we are not going to get any technical information from Ford, and will order before seeing one live.
 

tgunn_ocs

Badlands
Well-Known Member
First Name
Tim
Joined
Jul 14, 2020
Messages
54
Reaction score
107
Location
OHIO
Vehicle(s)
2019 Chevy Suburban
Clubs
 
All manufacturers provide ordering guides (typically for fleet). GM's can change or be updated almost weekly at times. When options are added or no longer available throughout the model year. Also when changes are made year to year. Ford does similar guides. The 2021 Bronco Sport is already available on the fleet side of things. I check it daily as it should pop up once the B+P is released. I will certainly post it when it is available.
 
Last edited:

BroncBro

Wildtrak
Well-Known Member
First Name
Jeff
Joined
Jul 15, 2020
Messages
1,271
Reaction score
4,539
Location
Florida
Vehicle(s)
2019 Tacoma 4x4
Clubs
 
The Bronco in the photo is the one currently on display and does not have the Sasquatch package. It is a Badlands only.
Correct, but I believe the question that’s trying to be answered is if the BL unique suspension has the same coilovers and lift height as the Squatch.
 

elmystico

Wildtrak
Well-Known Member
First Name
Jon
Joined
Jul 19, 2020
Messages
664
Reaction score
1,887
Location
New Mexico
Vehicle(s)
2014 FJ Cruiser 4WD, 1990 Toyota pickup
Clubs
 
What do you mean? They confirmed that the accent colors are dependent on trim.
Yes and I think that is true. But I am going to ask if the colors in the badges -- yellow (Wildtrak, Badlands) and blue (BD, OBX, FE) -- are what the accent colors will be or, as you say, they are what the leaked photos show.
 

BroncoKong Jr.

Badlands
Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 7, 2020
Messages
1,574
Reaction score
2,443
Location
North Carolina
Vehicle(s)
Not a Bronco ... yet
Clubs
 
Yes and I think that is true. But I am going to ask if the colors in the badges -- yellow (Wildtrak, Badlands) and blue (BD, OBX, FE) -- are what the accent colors will be or, as you say, they are what the leaked photos show.
Ah, I see. Seems like they all match (at least one of the colors on) the badges with the exception of Wildtrak.

edit: I'm guessing they want the Badlands to have its own unique color. Seems like every other manufacturer's "hardcore" off-road trim is red
 
Last edited:

unfortunate

Outer Banks
Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 20, 2020
Messages
45
Reaction score
130
Location
Arkansas
Vehicle(s)
Honda
Not gonna lie....was hoping for a better finished interior for my outerbanks. Expected more for a 40-50k vehicle.
 

DHC

Outer Banks
Well-Known Member
First Name
David
Joined
Aug 12, 2020
Messages
110
Reaction score
344
Location
Atlanta
Vehicle(s)
Porsche 911
Clubs
 
I leave this thread for a few hours only to come back and find multiple posts trashing my favorite team and colors.

I just want a modern version of this
1599789489043.png
Now we’re talking.

Class of ‘93, Go Gators!
 

Omwil297

Base
Member
First Name
Owen
Joined
Jul 25, 2020
Messages
16
Reaction score
21
Location
Tucson
Vehicle(s)
1999 xj
So let me understand correctly

The bronco sport has more rear legroom than the 4 door bronco?
 

Rollerstud98

Badlands
Well-Known Member
First Name
Christian
Joined
Jan 24, 2020
Messages
391
Reaction score
650
Location
Airdrie
Vehicle(s)
2015 Nissan Titan
Clubs
 
This might be another Frankenstein’s Bronco, but I can tell you those are not the Sasquatch shocks if they are missing the piggy-backs.
These shocks have the external reservoir on them, just covered up. If that’s what you mean?
 
  • Like
Reactions: RG7

Advertisement





 


Advertisement
Top