Ford Bronco with Manual and Sasquatch Package Confirmed

 |  September 21, 2020

by Shane McGlaun
Ford Bronco with Manual and Sasquatch Package Confirmed

Late last week, we talked about a rumor going around that Ford was testing the new Bronco with the Sasquatch package paired with the 7-speed manual transmission. Initially, Ford was only offering the Sasquatch package when it was paired with an automatic transmission. Ford has now confirmed that the manual transmission and Sasquatch package will be available together starting in late 2021.

The Sasquatch package has some very desirable off-road hardware, including 35-inch Goodyear mud-terrain tires on 17-inch bead lock-capable wheels. Sasquatch buyers also get electronic locking front and rear Dana axles with a 4.7:1 final drive ratio, a high clearance suspension, position-sensitive Bilstein shocks, and wider fender flares, making it the most off-road capable factory Bronco you can buy.

The Sasquatch package will be available across the entire Bronco line from Base up to the top of the line Badlands and Wildtrack trims. Ford also noted that the Bronco configurator site will go live in October 2020 for both two and four-door models. Once live, the website will allow fans to build and price their dream Bronco.

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