6" (actually 5.7") is awfully short. That's ICE sedan territory. In fact it's the exact same GC as a Honda Accord. And less than a Toyota Camry (6.3").I think you'll feel like it's an SUV. 6 inches of ground clearance is decent. It's not Jeep Wrangler, but I think it's pretty much the height of every other new vehicle out there.
Agreed on really getting at the driver seat height (which was my concern too).Good point on that. Although I think what he was really asking was less about what it could go over and more about how high you'll sit. I just checked and it looks like it's roof height is 63 inches compared to 68.6 on an Escape. So it's about 5.5 -inches lower overall than an Escape, but also 8.5-inches higher than a Mustang coupe.
Honda Accord, for reference has a height of 57.1 inches.
I did that analysis in a few other threads a couple of weeks ago. Seat height is one of my biggest criteria (not sitting low and having to crawl down into and out of the vehicle). While I still want to see it confirmed in person, I feel fairly confident that the driver seat height is only about 1" shorter than the (2013-2019) Escape crossover.Not sure why I didn't think of this before: the max height of the car is 63", and the listed front passenger headroom with the glass roof is 40.5". Adding a fudge factor of a couple of inches for thickness of glass/location of measurement and you can expect to be sitting roughly 18-22 inches off the ground depending upon how much the seat moves and imprecise measurements).
Putting that in perspective, the 2020 escape has a vehicle height without roof rack of 66.5", and headroom of 40". Since that headroom has to include at least 2-3 inches of roof thickness, the escape's seat is roughly 21-25 inches off the ground.