The Ford Bronco is a capable off-roader with impressive all-terrain capability that competes with off-road heavyweights such as the Jeep Wrangler and Toyota 4Runner.


The Sasquatch trim Ford Bronco is a capable competitor to the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon and Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro, two extreme sport utility vehicles currently on the market. Ford and aftermarket manufacturers are providing a plethora of accessories to further customize the compact off-roader.

Automotive Performance Group (APG), based in Garden Grove, California, has developed the ultimate performance package to improve the off-road performance of the Bronco. APG’s new ProRunner Package for the Ford Bronco raises the bar significantly. APG’s Bronco Long Travel Front Suspension System improves suspension performance by using 3.5-inch-wider-per-side billet upper and boxed lower control arms to net 16.5 inches of wheel travel while retaining four-wheel drive. Damping is accomplished through the use of 3.0-inch King Race Series coilovers and 2.5-inch triple bypass shocks housed in raised and reinforced shock towers.

The rear uses King coilovers and bypass shocks that are the same diameter as the front but have longer strokes. Wheel travel is maximized by an APG Track Bar and billet Control Arms. Front and rear carbon-fiber fenders are 7 inches wider per side, adding to the Bronco’s aggressive appearance while providing enough clearance for 40-inch tires.

The performance package includes a 7-inch wider Ultimate Dana 60 rear axle, which ensures the Bronco can handle larger tyres. The front is significantly strengthened by an Ultimate Dana 44 IFS drive unit and 300M RCV HD axles.