Now it's easy because without trucks on the lot it's impossible to go make an emotional impulsive decision
But with bronco's on the lot it'll be way easier to look at the orange one, look at a random other bronco that's a similar price and just buy the orange one.
So the transmissions are identical other than the location of the factory they came out of?
Really that example only further backs up low american quality because it was ford who specified and approved a transmission that had problems. If ford wanted to put a more durable transmission in...
Thinks china quality is bad but american quality is good???
We're you not around in the 80s??? The usa is pretty far from being known for quality products..... How many usa built cars do you see overseas?????
Any county has the ability to produce high quality stuff or cheap crap...
I'm not seeing the benefits of this strategy
Couldn't you put the 20 grand in interest payments into savings or retirement or lottery tickets?
Sure, homes appreciate and you get raises, but there's no reason to give those gains to the bank in interest payments
Spreading 20k out over a long...
Well if you could get the manual with the 2.7, you'd have 30,000 ft lbs of torque at the wheels (400 ft lbs *74 gear ratios)
Electric does have high torque but when you compare actual wheel torque gas is still king
The engineering explained guy on youtube did a bronco crawl ratio bit on it.
The ford one (2012 focus experience) was hard to remove from the fob and it had no real "head" on the end to give you leverage to turn it. You also had to make sure you didn't lose the plastic cover. 3 pieces, fob, key, cover
The bmw one is released by pressing a big button and it had enough...
The highly optioned bronco's are terrible value already, 60k has some really impressive vehicles available
Warthog is going to have more horsepower, whoopie de dooooo. It'll probably be 70k too
Or the warthog could be the hybrid, throwing many of you into a large group seizure