To be repetitive, Ford needs to produce a farm/ranch model to be true to its Bronco roots.
there are as many that need a off roader that can tow as there those who need a Mad Max desert runner. But I digress.
interesting points. not really up on what the competitions many advantages are but you're probably not talking the cash strapped Lordstown truck venture. or the others that aren't even out there giving ride alongs to journalists and allowing them to publish.
prototype to production is what...
problem there, besides not pointing that out, is that one supports the other.
without the fleet sales of E & F series fleet sales there would be no Bronco.
they all do it, if they have a product that gets the job done.
all the two frames need to go on the same line or buck is 4 common location points. in other words 4 frame holes to rest on 4 location pins. you already have two different frames if you consider 2dr/4dr. E and F series plants do it all the time. all the lines do is to support and transport the...
I don't think Ford is going to be marketing Mav against Ranger though there will be some loss.
Think about it this way, better mpg, lower price, more features and tons more room than a
Which would you chose, if you had to?
Not sure why you're thinking the Bronco would get a FWD powertrain but you might better think F150 hybrid 10spd driveline, and it will hardly be near 40mpg, most likely 25+.
As for the Maverick, yes no AWD, yet. The Mav development is only 2 years in, pretty quick. If you look a bit deeper the...