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Did anyone else notice that the 2 door has 4 gallons less fuel capacity than the 4 door? (About 19% less). That‘s significant. I had a 1973 Bronco so I know that “real Broncos have 2 doors” and all, but that’s important to know. I do a lot of overlanding so I’m going 4 door anyway, but it’s something to keep in mind. Range on trail will be affected.
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The mystery on length is the camera pole. It’s included. And the camera pole extends past all tire widths. So all configuration are the same length regardless of tire thickness.

BL maybe has an extra inch of length due to steel bumpers. I would expect the BD and FE to be the same, but they are not exclusively listed.

what else? Don’t see anything changed here.
-Looks like towing capacity suffers on heavier trims
-ford still forgot to include wildtrak 2.7 payload figures
-ford adjusted down the 2 door rear seat legroom by 0.6”. It not longer matches 4 door. This is probably just a marketing play and they found a ever so slightly different way to measure it for advertising purposes.
-most important (I don’t know if these numbers are different than before) but taller guys at the road show have been provided information from reps that you only lost 1” of headroom when the road show bronco is equipped with a hardtop. That ONLY true in the backseat. In the front seat where it matters you lose 2.5”
 
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Question on underbody protection: These specs detail underbody protection for various trims, good. There is no mention of Base, BB or OBX. I'm sure I saw somewhere 'bash plates' are on all trims, it's just a matter of how many and how tough. Anybody have info on the Base bash plates?
 

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Mid pkg has always been standard on BL, I also see the 110 AC has been bumped to 400 watts. And the 2.3 is confirmed as having vacuum boost brakes, which makes it much easier to add supplemental braking system.
I don’t believe mid package is standard, $1495.
 

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Did anyone else notice that the 2 door has 4 gallons less fuel capacity than the 4 door? (About 19% less). That‘s significant. I had a 1973 Bronco so I know that “real Broncos have 2 doors” and all, but that’s important to know. I do a lot of overlanding so I’m going 4 door anyway, but it’s something to keep in mind. Range on trail will be affected.
Where have you been the past six months?
 

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Is it because those trims share the same specs as ones that are already listed? (So like OB and BD is the same as BB, FE is the same as WT?)
 

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I like seeing the specs for the added roof rack on the four door, particularly with the wildtrak. Suggests that they are indeed going to release it at some point.
 

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Auto Hold Brakes: Is this the hill start feature that prevents roll back when starting on a hill? I have a technique in the rocks to back out of throttle if I can't quite make an obstacle, let it roll back a bit and try again. I assume this will prevent that and require shifting to reverse?

Also interesting that 2.3 has vacuum assist brake and 2.7 has electric.
 

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Auto Hold Brakes: Is this the hill start feature that prevents roll back when starting on a hill? I have a technique in the rocks to back out of throttle if I can't quite make an obstacle, let it roll back a bit and try again. I assume this will prevent that and require shifting to reverse?

Also interesting that 2.3 has vacuum assist brake and 2.7 has electric.
It’s similar. It works on flat ground also yo won’t have to hold the pedal down.
 

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Auto Hold Brakes: Is this the hill start feature that prevents roll back when starting on a hill? I have a technique in the rocks to back out of throttle if I can't quite make an obstacle, let it roll back a bit and try again. I assume this will prevent that and require shifting to reverse?

Also interesting that 2.3 has vacuum assist brake and 2.7 has electric.
The electric brake system is needed to be able to use trail turn assist as far as I’m aware.
 
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