It's not uncommon for a base trim with no options to have a high residual value, options and accessories almost always have diminished returns when it comes to residual value. Saying customers will 'demand' a base Bronco more often is a stretch when that's not the case with any other truck or...
I'm not really sure what you're getting at here, not sure what gave you the idea I don't want the things Ford offers in the higher trims. My point is that they sell the modularity of the Bronco as a major perk but after considering all the compatibility constraints, it's barely more customizable...
It's so convoluted and overdone imo.
Black Diamond should be the Base trim
Big Bend shouldn't exist
OBX and Badlands should be packages not trim levels
Wildtrak is good as an equivalent to a Lariat trim
It could be so much better without sacrificing profits or options
Oh I couldn't disagree more. I think the Bronco lineup is beyond tainted by many of the things that make buying a new car frustrating. Too many trims, too little flexibility in something billed as a modular platform for enthusiasts.
Here's THE steadfast, surefire method of taking your Bronco anywhere if you own an RV.
Pull the RV up, engage neutral, parking brake and chock. Make sure there's about a car length between your Bronco and RV. Next, turn the RV *completely* off. Now I'd actually prefer to load everything into...
We take the wife's RAV4 Hybrid everywhere as it is, and I'm inheriting an extended cab F150 from my dad anyway. I use the bed of my Tundra less and less as time goes on so it's easy to justify the two door.