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Hello again :)
While viewing Broncos in San Diego, I messed with the cluster to see what's there, it was cool but I couldn't help to not notice the 20.1 Average MPG!
While I have no idea how the car was driven but I am guessing no one bothered to reset it.
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I understand that mileage is not a concern for a lot of people, but where I live, we will hit $5 very soon, having a decent 20 mpg is nice to have specially for someone like me who does 1500+ miles per month.
Squatch or no Squatch? I think I know the answer





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I'm glad someone else said it. I have always thought the gauge cluster looked tacky. At least give a dark mode or something.
I am really hoping it is configurable. The screens look thrown together to me.
 

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I took this photo on Saturday at the Cleveland event. This is the Cactus Gray First Edition. So yes it is a Sasquatch.

obviously take it with a grain of salt as we have no idea if the vehicle has sat idle for an extended period of time or how it was being driven.
 

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Does the gauge cluster look sort of outdated to anyone else? The more I see it the less I like it.

Agreed. Especially the not-very-specific analog speedo, right next to the digital speedo, that everyone will be using anyways. If that spot was used for anything, it should have been an analog tach.
 

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I took this photo on Saturday at the Cleveland event. This is the Cactus Gray First Edition. So yes it is a Sasquatch.

obviously take it with a grain of salt as we have no idea if the vehicle has sat idle for an extended period of time or how it was being driven.
why does the average mpg gauge only go up to 40 mpg? How are we supposed to know what our average is when we start cruising on the highway?
 

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Does the gauge cluster look sort of outdated to anyone else? The more I see it the less I like it.
Yea absolutely. It's really bad. That cheap looking analog speedo is a massive waste of space and the graphics are rather boring.

Don't get me wrong, I like a nice analog gauge-but it should have been smaller and a tach. Analog speedos are freakin stupid. Analog tachs are great, especially on a vehicle with a manual option. I can shift by feel but a tach is still nice.

The cluster is the single worst aspect of the interior.
 

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We'll be paying a $5 national average before too long not just you bud.
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I highly doubt gas will hit $5 anytime soon. It's currently averaging $2.87 a gallon.

As for the MPG shown, 20 MPG is exactly what I expected with the 2.7L in the bronco given the F-150 numbers. I was guessing 19 city/ 23 highway.
 

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Hello again :)
While viewing Broncos in San Diego, I messed with the cluster to see what's there, it was cool but I couldn't help to not notice the 20.1 Average MPG!
While I have no idea how the car was driven but I am guessing no one bothered to reset it.
This


Interior (16).jpg




Interior (15).jpg





I understand that mileage is not a concern for a lot of people, but where I live, we will hit $5 very soon, having a decent 20 mpg is nice to have specially for someone like me who does 1500+ miles per month.
Was it a Sasquatch?
 

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Hello again :)
While viewing Broncos in San Diego, I messed with the cluster to see what's there, it was cool but I couldn't help to not notice the 20.1 Average MPG!
While I have no idea how the car was driven but I am guessing no one bothered to reset it.
This


Interior (16).jpg




Interior (15).jpg





I understand that mileage is not a concern for a lot of people, but where I live, we will hit $5 very soon, having a decent 20 mpg is nice to have specially for someone like me who does 1500+ miles per month.
5 bucks when that summer blend hits Diego 😪
 

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