We’ve covered the Ford Bronco’s stunning redesign, along with tips on maintenance, but today we’re going to cover a specific trim that’s been driving Bronco enthusiasts wild – the Sasquatch package. It sounds pretty rough and tumble, but what exactly does the Ford Bronco Sasquatch package entail? Let’s take a closer look.
The Ford Bronco Sasquatch package, explained
Alright, so we all know that the debut of the 2021 Ford Bronco was one of the best vehicle “rebirths” in recent memory, but as it turns out, there’s even more that this off-road behemoth can offer.
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If you want to turn the “vanilla” Bronco into a serious off-road machine, you’ll want to upgrade to the Sasquatch package. Features like 17-inch beadlock-compatible wheels wrapped in 35-inch mud tires, an electromechanical transfer case, locking front and rear axles, larger fender flares, additional suspension clearance, and heavy-duty Bilstein shocks transform the base package into one of the best all-terrain vehicles out on the market today.
All Bronco trims (base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, and Badlands) can be upgraded to the Sasquatch package, and the package comes standard on the First Edition and Wildtrak.
Yes, you can now get it in manual too
Until just recently, choosing the Ford Bronco Sasquatch package meant checking off the option box for the Bronco’s 10-speed automatic transmission. But now, manual fans will be able to enjoy the Bronco’s 7-speed manual transmission on both the two-door and four-door models. The Sasquatch/manual pairing will offer a 94.75:1 maximum crawl ratio for a more-than-capable trail rig.
The base Ford Bronco starts at an MSRP of $28,500. The Sasquatch package will add an extra 5k to that ticket. However, adding on the package to higher models like the Badlands will only cost 2.5k.
So many more drivers are going on road trips and taking to the trails this year. The Sasquatch package could be just what you and your family need to bring your exploration to the next level.
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