For me, it helps to understand that's it's good enough to be livable on daily driving. for example, let's say it got to 60 in 10 seconds, that might feel pretty anemic. It doesn't matter whether I can beat a Jeep on the drag strip though.
Thank you for the write up. It's always encouraging to hear that the 2.3 is up to the task.
Appreciate the info on hill start assist. Personally, I prefer old school hill start assist where they actually give you a hand brake that you can use. But I guess I need to embrace current technology...
I'm with you. I could stand for a couple more retro touches like an actual lever for the transfer case. Given you can still get the stick, having that would be cool as well. Also could stand to have a more traditional gauge cluster. Still such a cool vehicle though.
Thank you for your post. I'm looking at the 2 door version of your Bronco, so it's great to see your pics.
I share your thoughts on the push button start. To me, that seems totally unnecessary. Furthermore, having a keyed ignition gave me a place to put my keys when in the car. Now I have to...
Yes, if you like the Cyber Orange, that goes great on the Badlands. Frankly, I'd prefer they not bring the exterior color onto the doors. Some of them clash with the orange highlights. I was leaning toward black if I were to get a Badlands because of the highlights.