Ford of Canada is expanding the availability of its high-performance off-road Sasquatch Package to all-new Bronco two- and four-door models with a class-first 7-speed manual transmission.
“The Bronco community spoke and we heard them,” said Mark Grueber, Ford Bronco Consumer Marketing Manager. “Our team moved quickly to add Sasquatch with a manual transmission – another example of our focus on giving customers the best possible off-road vehicles and accessories that we can.”
Sasquatch plus manual unlocks even more off-road capability
The Sasquatch package adds 35” Goodyear mud-terrain tires mounted to 17” beadlock-capable wheels, Dana front and rear electronic locking axles with 4.7:1 final drive ratio, and high-clearance suspension with a nearly two-inch wider track, position-sensitive Bilstein shocks and wider fender flares.
The package will be available across the lineup, including on Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond, Outer Banks and Badlands. It is standard on the Bronco Wildtrak model, while the Badlands series with available Sasquatch package and standard semi-active hydraulic front stabilizer bar disconnect results in the ultimate Bronco rock crawler.
“Capability is always a priority, and pairing Sasquatch with a manual transmission and available advanced 4×4 system gives it a maximum crawl ratio of 94.75:1, providing even more off-road capability across the lineup,” said Dave Pericak, Ford Icons Global Director.
The manual transmission with Sasquatch package will be targeted to be available in late 2021.
The Bronco two- and four-door build and price site will go live in mid-October.