This article is a summary of a YouTube video "New Ford Bronco Raptor - REAL OFF ROAD TEST!" by Lite Brite

Tackling the Maze in the 2022 Bronco Raptor

TLDRWatch as we take our brand new 2022 Bronco Raptor through the challenging Maze trail. We encounter steep drops, tight squeezes, and rock obstacles along the way.

Key insights

🔥The 2022 Bronco Raptor proves its off-road capabilities on the Maze trail.

💪The Bronco Raptor's high ground clearance and suspension setup allow it to navigate challenging terrain with ease.

🔩The Bronco Raptor's winch placement and bumper design receive criticism for compromising its approach angle.

👍The Bronco Raptor's handy flag and air down tool prove to be useful accessories for off-roading.

🚫The Bronco Raptor experiences fender damage during the trail, highlighting the need for rock sliders.


What are the drive modes and settings used during the trail?

The author uses four low with the sway bar disconnected, suspension set to off-road mode, and the exhaust in Baja mode.

Does the Bronco Raptor have any body damage during the trail?

Yes, the fender sustains damage during the trail, emphasizing the need for additional protection like rock sliders.

How does the Bronco Raptor's suspension perform on challenging terrain?

The Bronco Raptor's suspension impresses with its ability to handle steep drops and obstacles without bottoming out.

How does the Bronco Raptor compare to other off-road vehicles?

The Bronco Raptor showcases its off-road capabilities, proving to be a formidable competitor in its segment.

What accessories are useful for off-roading in the Bronco Raptor?

The handy flag and air down tool are highlighted as useful accessories for off-roading adventures.

Timestamped Summary

00:00Introduction to the 2022 Bronco Raptor and its features.

05:50Discussion on drive modes and settings used during the trail.

08:50The importance of disconnecting the sway bar and using lockers during challenging sections.

09:59Fender damage sustained during the trail.

12:03Explanation of the author's off-roading approach and use of lockers.