The BFH SUV is capable of reaching 184 mph (296 km/h) as top speed and has moderate acceleration. Despite its large size, it has a responsive steering due to a slightly low weight. This makes the BFH SUV less effective than most off-road vehicles such as the Hummer H1 Alpha in Pursuit Outrun and Team Escape. It has a weak nitrous boost too.
The Nationals variant is featured with headlamps and a missile launcher on the roof. On the rear of the vehicle, a first aid box is mounted. The "Royals" variant has a machine gun mounted on its roof and the additional headlamps on the front. A spare tyre can be seen in the rear.
Both vehicles are customised with a series of Aftermarket parts including Work Retro Wheels and Stage 3 Lowering Kit. The licence plate of the Nationals is featured with the logo of the National Army faction in Battlefield Heroes, whilst the Royals has the logo of the Royal Army faction.
Each also features a small badge on the rear door with the inscription "Hayes Designed - VRaju Built" and the union flag. This is in reference to the vehicle artists on the development team - Mike Hayes and Vinod Raju.
The Nationals style is an art director car that costs 5800. It was released on June 12, 2012.