A while back there was a way to look at the reservation image and change it to any of the available colors by editing the paint code in the URL. @TheRealJyushi is correct. The Black Diamond on Ford's website is Iconic Silver based on the URL of that photo which includes the paint code.
GVWR isn't the weight of the camper/trailer. It's the gross vehicle weight rating. Essentially it's how much weight in total the trailer can be loaded down with gear to be safe for the trailer axles/frame and brakes.
I had a 97 2v 4.6 and it was the best vehicle I have ever owned. Bought it with 170k and solid it with 200k. I wouldn't let the stickers put you off of it. I put similar stickers on mine because I liked and it made it stand out from the rest. I was very proud of that car.
As mentioned in other posts, Ford now offers factory performance tune on the Ranger and it's still covered by warranty. My experience with tunes on vehicles is that they shift better (with automatic trans) and thus I'd expect possibly longer life out of an auto trans with tune.
Also, FWIW my...
I was under the impression that GPS worked everywhere as well until a couple weekends ago when I was heading up to a campground in the mountains and no GPS signal. Google maps though and I know they rely heavily on both cell service and wifi hotspots as well to pinpoint the location.
Welcome to the forums! X-plan pricing is "employee pricing".
Dealer Invoice - (0.4% * Dealer Invoice) + Administration Fee. Admin fee capped at $275 I believe.
A few ways to get x-plan pricing:
-own 100 shares of Ford stock for 6 months
-join a club such as Mustangs Club of America for $25...
Removable top is what makes it a Bronco. Otherwise it would be a rebadged Ford Everest with better suspension on the upper trims.
For the rest of you that don't want the option for a fixed roof I wish they had that option for you but if it came down to only removable roof or non-removable roof...
I came across this image again today which I've seen on here before.
Anyone with insider knowledge know if any of these other body panels will make it to production? Specifically looking at those fenders that are a spitting image of the EB fender cutouts...
Looks like that package may have a direct wiring option; hopefully that is the case!
Otherwise the aftermarket will come in.
Edit: aftermarket will have multiple solutions anyways but would be nice if the Ford package has direct wire anyways.
That is correct, in 2011 Ford introduced the 3.5 ecoboost in the F150 and replaced the 5.4 v8 with the 5.0 v8. The 5.4 and 5.0 are both considered the "modular" engine family from ford as was the 4.6 and the 6.8 v10. All great engines IMO.