Falcon Vs Phoenix what are the differences ?
This is probably one of the most commonly asked questions when you’re looking at our wide range of Bull Bars. it’s probably like “why choosing a Ford Ranger Raptor over Ranger Wildtrak or Hilux Rogue to a Hilux SR5” Those little details made all the difference.
When comparing head to head with our Falcon Bull Bar Black A Frame (707-02) and Phoenix Bull Bar Black A Frame. Most stand out feature is our strip Daytime Running light (DRL) that in line with modern vehicle’s headlights. This was first released back in 2014 even when DRL was not even a thing and now everyone else follows.
Secondly, we noticed that modern vehicles require “additional” airflow, so with the Phoenix Bulbar we have enlarged the center section of the bull bar for better airflow and added a Hexagon grille for styling.
And some of the basic features on the phoenix bull bars that are commonly known is the 60mm tubing, 4 aerials tap, wider A Frame, and larger bumper overrider comparing the 50mm tubing and 2 aerials tap and standard size A Frame bumper overrider.
Overall it’s purely aesthetic over anything. The Falcon Bull Bar is still strong and as popular among Australian Outback but Phoenix Bull bar just has that edge over the Traditional Falcon Bull Bar.
On the side note, our Falcon Bull Bar and Phoenix Bar ranges don't stop there, there’re stainless loop, single loop in both black and polish versions, but loses the 4 aerial tap function and some added strength in the top section, but other than that they both are just as cool. Oh and also there is an Alloy Version for both of these bars for light weight as well, but that’s for another Blog 🙂