Good point. And likewise, the 4dr looks odd with smaller tires. Like, I'm on the bronco reddit forum and I swear that almost every new bronco posted there is a 4dr outer Banks and it just looks weird with the stock tire size.
A lot of people say the 2 Dr looks better but I think the 2 door looks odd. Especially with sasquatch or a lift and big tires. The proportions are off. Now that it's summer, driving around with my top down on the 4 door, I've gotten many compliments on what a great looking vehicle it is. I'm...
I'll never have a need for a 2 door (unless my family and friends and dog suddenly want nothing to do with me). I used to have a 2 Dr sport coupe when I was single and that was fun for a while, but for activities that require gear, along with family or friends, they suck.
I meant, if my car battery dies. You can still push start a (MT) car with the key on "Start" by rolling a bit and popping the clutch while in gear. Not sure if this even works with the push button start.
I have a cheapy $50 mesh top from amazon that uses Velcro straps. It needs readustment every so often. Waiting for it to break down so I can order a "nicer" one, maybe a jtops one with a custom graphic, but the darn thing keeps on ticking!
I wish it had an actual key to start/ stop it. Hate leaving my key/ garage remote in my pocket while driving, or the possibility of forgetting it in the vehicle if I place it on the console somewhere. Plus I'm not even sure if I can push start my bronco if the battery ever dies on me, with the...
There is a portion of my commute where I'm inching forward for about 5 minutes to get on a 2 lane highway and it shuts off and restarts about every 5-10 seconds. I'm surprised that this amount of restarting is actually being accounted for by the system.
How is it that the autostop/ start "feature" doesn't kill the battery or lessen the life of the starter or alternator on the bronco?
Sorry, I tried searching this topic and the results are all to do with disabling it with for scan. Thanks.