Go back to sleep. Don't pop in here on page 58 and say what 25 other people said that has been proven to be incorrect hahahaha. People, listen... if you come into a thread with over, say, 15-20 pages and you have what you think is a quick obvious thought... don't say it. It's been said LOL. I...
Hmm... well it takes the possibility of breaking 3 things down to 1, as far as packing goes. It opens up your options quite a bit. Every little bit helps. Cars don't come with 4 spare tires either, but 1 is sure helpful haha.
Do yourself a favor and google the Denver airport. I've been there, there were murals of human sacrifice and Nazi type soldiers & angels & shit all over. It's so... SO weird. The evil horse is just the tip of the Denver airport iceberg. I won't clog up the feed but here's just a taste hahaha.
Depending on price I'll be getting the slide out tailgate for no other reason than to level off the floor with the seats down so I can sleep in it. I MIGHT sit on it here & there but won't be used a whole lot.
Lol, don't "nope" me. BL doesn't have 2.7 stock. WT does. That's what I'm saying. Everyone knows that when optioned up the Badlands is FE range like you said. WT is easy for people like me. Every option I would want, no need for the disco, nothing to think about. Easy. No interest in rocks, tons...
Wrong sir. I'm a Wildtrak buyer, I know the Badlands is the more capable one, but I also know that I have no interest in rocks. I like speed, un-sweaty seats, and im surrounded by desert & trails & dunes. Most of us do our research, we're not idiots.
The Wildtrak for sure will be better at high speeds than MOST other trims. 2.7 stock and Baja mode. You should watch videos of Baja mode, pretty impressive stuff. I also believe it's a tad wide with wheels spacers but I could be wrong.