There are 15,000 members here which means there are 15,000 opinions on how the whole process will take place in terms of sorting orders, late availability items etc. The only ones who know that info right now are Ford, and I’d bet they don’t even have the details worked out yet.
Removable quarters is huge. Plus it’s all about how the OEM markets the features. Since it’s being noted that the quarters are removable, I can guarantee that will be a point of emphasis for aftermarket manufacturers.
The two front panels are supposedly able to be removed with the rack on, and I believe the panels over the rear seats are as well, but the rest of the roof can’t be removed with the rack on as it’s where the rear of the rack mounts.
This is based on memory and what we’ve heard/pieced together...
Yeah how dare Ford continue to show us cool stuff that we can do with our Broncos!!! Shame on them for doing something new as an OEM that’s acknowledging their vehicles are built to be modified!! This is untenable /s
God damn some of you suck the fun out of everything
I’m 1) partially colorblind and 2) really don’t care about interior colors that much, but WOW do those blue accents look like trash in that interior. If I wanted OBX that would actively turn me off from purchasing.
Edit: quoting this for visibility because it’s spot on
Go for it! Many on this forum have major trim envy issues and can’t get over not having the highest trim, this won’t be representative of the whole Bronco population. The BB will be awesome for your purposes. Maybe consider adding the rear locker if it works in your budget
Don’t see how one has anything to do with the other. Ford didn’t double down by putting a 470hp V8 in the bronco II.
I agree with you on the horrendous safety record of the Bronco II, and Ford has a long history of building unsafe vehicles, but that doesn’t have much to do with what FCA is...
Good GOD I don’t want to be on the road anywhere near these things. Seriously can’t believe they’re bragging about 0-60 times on a vehicle that has proven to be unstable with basically a golf cart motor in it. Can’t imagine what it’ll be like to drive one with a 6.4 in it.
It’s a convenience feature, not an extra capability. As mentioned before, you can still DC your sway bar manually with a wrench and ratchet in about 5 minutes. So you’re not losing any functionality if you don’t get it.
I like the not a concept hashtag aimed squarely at the bronco lol.
I think we are witnessing the start of an awesome class war in this segment between Jeep and Ford. The next 10 years will be very interesting for these vehicles.