I think the Bronco is going to start in the mid 30s and quickly go up from there. I am guessing that most sales will be in the 45-55 range.
2020 Explorers start at $37 and go to $58.
2020 wanglers likely average in low to mid 40s
I hate to admit, but I am in that bandwagon. I LOVE the EB... I have had 3. They are too dam expensive now to even enjoy. $40-50k to rebuild one "right", then it is irreplaceable and can't be enjoyed. Bodywork is too expensive to risk. A rear quarter is PIA to take the aftermarket parts...
I am completely positive and will be satisfied with whatever they do. All indications are that it will look the part, and they look serious about the mechanicals. I am convinced I will find a color I like. All I really wanted was the styling cues of the EB and decent mechanicals. Having...
Our first TJ was a big deal when we got 33s on it. Short arms and all. When we got 35s, lockers, and an Atlas Tcase, I thought I was a badass.. A brand new Rubicon.
We haven't talked about Tcase gearing, but I hope Ford has something up their sleave. 35" tires, definitely getting a rear...
I just made hotel reservations for Detroit last night and I am about to make Dallas reservations..
Someone better get this nailed down before I have reservations in 10 different cities.
Dallas will be just me, Detroit we are thinking of bringing the family. I hope that this gets locked down!
Just looked at specs- So somewhere between 335 (2.7L) and 400 horsepower (3.0L) and close to 400lbft for either. Those are great numbers. Of course more is better, and that is coming from a guy who has 600hp on 26' boat.
Its on the internet and I want a model 66 Trim!
Seriously though-Is Ford going to be selective about dealers? Or are they going for the free for all distribution approach (which I think will sell more vehicles)?