The Bronco Raptor is the most capable off-road rig to ever roll off a production line.
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The Bronco Raptor, the new top dog in the lineup, is powered by a 418-hp twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 with 440 lb-ft of torque.
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Massive 37-inch BFGoodrich All-Terrain KO2 tires are standard. They help increase ground clearance to 13.1 inches.
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Ford fits the Raptor with Fox Live Valve 3.1 dampers that have three positions of adjustability. There’s 13.0 inches of wheel travel up front and 14.0 at the rear.
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The Bronco Raptor can easily be identified by its 85.7-inch width and massive fender flares.
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A layer of armor on the underside protects the vitals.
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The Bronco Raptor is rated at tow 4500 pounds, 1000 more than lesser Broncos.
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The Bronco Raptor is offered only as a four-door.
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Fuel economy is terrible, with an EPA combined rating of 15 mpg.
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The Dana axles feature electronic lockers front and rear. An electronically controlled disconnecting front anti-roll bar is standard.
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The interior is also Raptor-spec, with available leather-trimmed seats and a new 12.0-inch digital instrument cluster.
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