I mean, they're selling really well. I'm sure it's a great crossover for those that want that.
It's just kind of sad when you think what could've been, had they also gone for the offroad/overland market.
34 years as a city employee. I'll be retired when I take delivery of my Bronco. (aka retirement adventure vehicle) I have some friends interested in overlanding, so.....
Hoping to hold on to my 2012 STi hatch, so I can still participate in the occasional track day.
Retirement adventure vehicle.
Planning on a non-squatched Badlands.
Camping, overlanding, fun trails, but nothing super extreme.
Had a Chev Z-71 pickup back in the 90s that I did some light wheeling in. Really enjoyed it!
Hoping to hold on to my Subie STi hatch for carving the twisties.
Certain types of cars are stolen for chop shops. Usually classic cars.
MOST stolen cars and trucks taken in this area (SF South Bay Area) are taken to use for night time crooking activities and then they're dumped by morning, or shortly thereafter.
I'm in the stolen vehicle/recovery report...
From Matt at The Ford Store, Morgan Hill, Ca:
"We do not mark up our vehicles and everything is discounted to 450 over our invoice cost which translates to a nice discount from MSRP.
We do participate with X plan pricing.
So far we do not know pricing or rebate structures yet.
We do not...
Cobb will be putting something together for the Bronco.
I have Cobb AccessPort for my Subie and love it.