How Tall Is Bronco Sasquatch?

Aug 28, 2023

How Tall Is Bronco Sasquatch?

SUVs are known to be quite tall which is both an advantage and a disadvantage depending on the perspective. For one, a taller vehicle allows it to maximize its ground clearance which is essential for an SUV like the Bronco. It also offers you a more commanding driving position, more headroom, and a more imposing stance.

On the other hand, the height of an SUV raises its center of gravity which does hamper aerodynamics, stability, and comfort on higher-speed journeys. It can also cause problems when entering tight garages and when it comes to cleaning the top of your SUV. So, how tall is Bronco Sasquatch?

How Tall Is Bronco Sasquatch?

The 4-door hardtop Ford Bronco Sasquatch is 73.9 inches tall while the 2-door hardtop Bronco Sasquatch is 74.1 inches tall and is the tallest version of the Bronco Sasquatch.

Ford Bronco Sasquatch Dimensions

Ford Bronco Sasquatch 4-door HardtopFord Bronco Sasquatch 2-door Hardtop
Wheelbase116.1 inches100.4 inches
Height73.9 inches74.1 inches
Width (inc Mirrors)86.6 inches86.6 inches
Length (Max)189.5 inches173.7 inches
Vehicle Track (front curb)65 - 66.9 inches65 - 66.9 inches
Vehicle Track (rear curb)65 - 66.9 inches65 - 66.9 inches

What is the Tallest Ford Bronco Model?

From the factory, the tallest Ford Bronco model is the Ford Bronco Raptor which measures 77.8 inches in height when equipped with its factory-supplied 37-inch tires. It also offers the most impressive ground clearance at 13.1 inches.

The Bronco Raptor is designed for serious off-road use which means that Ford made sure to make it as ready as it can be for high obstacles and higher-speed off-road driving. However, if you want to make your Raptor, (or any other Bronco model for that matter) even taller, then be sure to visit our Everything Bronco Aftermarket shop where you can get yourself some of the finest lift and coilover kits the market has to offer.

Benefits of a Lifted Bronco

Owning a lifted Ford Bronco comes with a range of advantages that extend far beyond its eye-catching aesthetic appeal as a higher ground clearance is primarily intended for functional purposes.

The increased ground clearance allows for easy navigation over rocky terrains, steep logs, steep inclines, and deep waters, transforming your off-road adventures into a seamless experience as you don’t have to worry about approach and departure angles.

The higher viewpoint also provides better visibility, aiding in both city and highway driving. Improved suspension and larger tires absorb road imperfections, giving you a smoother ride even on rough surfaces. Additionally, the raised frame significantly reduces the risk of undercarriage damage, something off-road enthusiasts know too well.

From a safety standpoint, lifted Broncos offer better views of the road, helping drivers anticipate and avoid potential hazards. Furthermore, in the event of a collision, being in a taller vehicle can offer a more advantageous position.

Drawbacks of a Lifted Bronco

While a lifted Ford Bronco comes with its set of advantages, there are also a few notable drawbacks to consider. One of the most obvious downsides is worse gas mileage. The added weight and changed aerodynamics can have a negative impact on fuel efficiency, making it more costly to maintain in the long run.

Furthermore, the lift can affect the vehicle's handling and stability, especially at higher speeds, increasing the risk of rollover accidents. The elevated height might also make the vehicle more challenging to enter or exit, which could be a concern for people with mobility issues or families with small children and older pets.

Parking can become a challenge, not just because of the vehicle's taller stature but also because some parking facilities have height restrictions that a lifted Bronco might very easily exceed.

Lastly, lifting a vehicle often voids the manufacturer's warranty, meaning any problems that arise post-modification may not be covered. Finally, depending on your jurisdiction, there could be legal limitations on how high a vehicle can be lifted, requiring additional paperwork or modifications to stay compliant.