The near death of bench seats has been the biggest crime against trucks.
We're not asking everyone to buy them, we just want the front bench to be an option if we want it.
But then we'd have to make column shifters a common thing again.
Nothing like a carburetor that would crap out on a steep grade or require messing with the jets when driving in and out of the mountains... simple.
And then there were the massive boat anchor engines that made zero hp but decent torque...
You will never get the full story.
There might have been problems sourcing materials or maybe the first run doesn't look right or fit well enough, or something else is out of spec and they leak or are prone to breakage...
Survivor was popular because of the perceived Schadenfreude, drama, and backstabbing that seems to occur on heavily scripted shows such as these.
Supply chain hiccups can be nothing or cause for quality concerns.
I love how Tesla delivers half assembled cars with bad panel fit, gouged interiors, broken windshields, electric gremlins and then the customers LOVE them for the privilege of owning something that makes a Trabant look reliable.
It's weird that destination charges for vehicles made literally halfway around the world and shipped on boats over oceans, storms, and Cthulhu and shit are the same if not less for something built in the US, thrown on an open car carrier and schlepped 2-3 states over.
Do you really go to a RAM dealer, or do you just go to a Dodge/Chrysler/Jeep/RAM dealer with the RAM truck stuff behind the Jeep stuff, next to garbage cans full of FIAT stuff and a dildo purple Challenger collecting dust in the middle of the showroom?
RAM! trucks are still sold at Dodge/Chrysler dealerships. Even Jeep, which is about as much of its own brand as anything, is typically sold alongside other FCA cars.
Toyota tried to do this with Scion, and it was a spectacular failure. Also, remember when GMC literally forced its dealerships to...
Might have to change to WC ford because my dealer has been incommunicado and the two times I have called aboot a bronco order they have told me their bronco specialist will call me back, no one has done that.
IF you have an LT kit, which clearly the Bronco DOES NOT with all the tire in the air pictures I've been seeing on rock crawls with no obvious difference with the sway bars connected or not, then you should remove your anti sway bars to make the most of your front articulation and long travel...