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Ford Bronco Sasquatch In Velocity Blue Looks Great In The Snow

Since it launched a year ago, we didn’t have to wait long to see the Ford Bronco Sport hanging out in the snow with a bunch of goats, coincidentally, thanks to Ford’s clever ad campaign. But while we’ve already seen a Ford Bronco Sasquatch with goats all over it, we have not seen one of these rigs driving around in the snow – until now, that is. With a significant amount of snow falling in certain parts of the U.S. recently, the owner of this Ford Bronco Sasquatch – Russell McKenzie – recently posted these photos of it hanging out in the snow in Anchorage, Alaska.

We imagine the Bronco will prove to be a popular winter vehicle of choice for those that live in the snow belt, given its inherent capabilities. After all, it has a G.O.A.T. mode specifically geared toward snow and slippery conditions, which is a nice safety net even if you’re quite skilled at driving in this nasty stuff. Throw in the knobby 35-inch tires present with the Sasquatch Package, and the Bronco seems like it would make a pretty darn capable winter ride.

At the very least, we know that it looks great surrounded by white stuff. Some of that can be attributed to this Bronco’s gorgeous Velocity Blue paint, one of our very favorite colors among the SUV’s diverse palette. It provides a nice bit of contrast against the snow, and in this case, is further enhanced by the ever-elusive molded-in color hardtop, which is hopefully version 2.0 that holds up better to harsh weather conditions than the original.

Luckily, those that are still waiting on a Bronco can still get a chance to test one out in the snow, as the Bronco Off-Roadeo sites in Texas and Moab will reopen on January 7th, 2022 on Fridays and Saturdays with limited availability, as Ford Authority reported just a few days ago.

We’ll have more on the Bronco soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Bronco news and around-the-clock Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Kelli

    Maybe I can share with you what my headlights looked like our first snow here in West Michigan. They were snow covered the ride home which is usually a 45 minute drive turned out to be 1 1/2 hours due to the headlights.

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  2. Roger Sunderland

    I hope the Bronco’s Snow & Ice mode has improved over what Ford used to have. I had a 2007 Sport Trac 4×4 with what Ford called at the time Control Trac. In normal driving mode (4×4 Auto) it would send all of the power to the rear wheels unless they lost traction and then it would send power to the front axle. You could also lock the transfer case into either 4 High or 4 Low and it would split the power evenly between the front and rear axles. Worked reasonably well unless you were in deep snow. Unless you disabled the traction control system it would kill the power and start applying the brakes just when you needed more power. Extremely frustrating. Other than that I had very few complaints and kept it for twelve years.

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  3. You cover the big bronco like you can just go buy one 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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