I suppose I'd have to hear it to understand, but that sounds like the last place I want sound coming from. It's an unnatural sound stage for music.Id rather have the open air but it is nice having sound directly over your head.
I think most people who actually bought these trucks are still in the honeymoon phase. A reviewer is more likely going to mention minor annoyances I feel. If I just dropped 50-60k on a Bronco I'd probably not be in a big rush to an online forum to complain about some top squeaking (or really anything else) I dont know about youAre people actually complaining about the tops creaking on the Bronco as much as they noted? Haven’t heard much of this aside from people inappropriately not re-latching or locking things back correctly?!
I do like these guys, enough info without turning into a spec sheet race. A worthy YouTube reviewer channel.
I guess the audio isn't that important to me. I would choose the more open view vs. an extra bar across the middle just for additional speakers. I'm sure with a stereo right in front of me, I can hear whatever is playing (if anything). The Bronco is made for the outdoor experience and I'm glad they made the choice they did in this case.Finally a review that was unbiased! I enjoyed it. As far as the creaking top, our JLU freedom panels squeak constantly. Not shocked the Bronco does as well. One thing I am glad I am not hearing about is tailgate rattles. Even with proper support and mounting our JLU tailgate rattles with a 35" tire. I hope there are audio options to combat the Jeep design for overhead speakers. Id rather have the open air but it is nice having sound directly over your head. Especially with the top off. The B&O is OK but you do notice the acoustics are very different due to speaker placement. This review off road is where Ford aimed at the Jeep I think. Moderate off road.
Yep, SAS on any trim makes it a desert runner. My critique was about the Jeep they used, not about the Bronco. Sorry if it came across strange.Any other trim with Sasquatch is just as much of a desert runner.
Badlands would've been a better comparison, but they clearly got a Wildtrak because that was what was available to them.
It held up just fine against the Rubicon, though. Even without the sway bar disco. They were both loaners so they used what they could get. No Wrangler Mojave as of yet btw.Yep, SAS on any trim makes it a desert runner. My critique was about the Jeep they used, not about the Bronco. Sorry if it came across strange.
If you have any other Bronco with SAS, besides a Badlands or an FE, test it against an appropriate vehicle, not the Rubicon. Test it against what it was designed to compete against, something like the Mojave, Four Runner, TRD Pro, etc.
Yeah like others have said, you don't need a badlands. Other than the sway bar, all other trims are just as capable.Just gotta say they should test the Badlands on the Rubicon and the Wildtrak on a Mojave. I know, truck suv, blah, blah, blah.
The wildtrak is a top end desert runner. Put it up against a desert runner.