Serious question... does 1.2” really keep this from being a serious off road vehicle. I’m not experienced with off road vehicles but I’m having a hard time believing 10” is sufficient but 8.8” is not. I understand some people need more ground clearance but that doesn’t mean the bronco sport isn’t a serious off roader.. It just means you should be looking in a different class. The bronco sport offers best in class ground clearance.The lift makes the Sport look great, and the vehicle should look like that from the factory. It's just too low. One of my biggest deal-breakers is the silly ground clearance, which should be at least 10" minimum on any serious off-road vehicle. It could be the engineering of the Sport does not allow it to be lifted because of balance / roll over issues?
The other problem is that third-party lifts, not installed by the dealer completely voids the warranty.
Glad someone confirmed the rear seats fold flat.
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