23 " gas tank to door openingMy bad looking at my computer rendering between the gas tank and the door opening… and thank you for answering all our questions we are all so happy someone finally has it, I have been buying parts for so long, light bars etc and now seeing them start to roll I just want the raptor decal there but no graphics… we appreciate your help
Hello,How about some overall impressions? We are all looking forward to a non-journalists take on the Raptor. Things like power, exhaust note, maneuverability in city driving/parking conditions.
Regarding the visibility issue, when a car is directly behind you, when I drove a 4DR Badlands with the top in the down position, the rear view mirror could not pick up a car right behind me because the top obscured the mirror. But I noticed that the side view mirrors always afforded visibility that I could see enough of the car to at least know it was there. I hope the Raptor is the same way.Hello,
From the 300 miles I have driven it so far "the get up and go" is pretty strong-overall pick is similar to my 1st generation Raptor, The maneuverability is not an issue parking is easy although I'm not pulling into any tight spots yet. The exhaust options in city driving don't really come into play although I would say overall it's not "noisy" . It's surprising how light the doors are when closing them. Hard to see a car that's right behind you "tailgating" b/c of the spare tire rack. The 12" screen is awesome ( still figuring it out) Have not driven it without tops off yet, will this weekend if weather permits. I'm loving it!
I recently sat in the Bronco Raptor, and it felt like the Cockpit Wrapped around you.. Less space than in a Regular Bronco (Which I loved) Seems more commanding@Backcracka for being the first one on the forum to take delivery and post a photo of their brand new Bronco Raptor!