Am I the only one annoyed by interior storage?

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I used to drive a 2-door Ford Ranger in high school and college. Talk about almost zero interior storage.
 

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I assure you that someone has been annoyed by every aspect of the bronco at some point in the history of this forum
 

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I really just need some cup holders in the rear. Kids gotta store their drinks.
 

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Two weeks in and loving it. It's funny about all the things that people gripe about. Small gas tank, blown motors, QC issues, etc. My one and only gripe so far is the lack of storage. I'm not sure how this was overlooked at Ford being that they got so many things other complicated things right?!?! The console is a joke, the glove box is 90% full with the normal literature, the wireless charger holds your phone, so pretty much all that is left is the door mesh pockets. The only other place is under the rear cargo area and that is approximately big enough to hold a half a sandwich.

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Glad you got it off your chest
 

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I'm adding the rear security drawer for this exact reason!
 

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Two weeks in and loving it. It's funny about all the things that people gripe about. Small gas tank, blown motors, QC issues, etc. My one and only gripe so far is the lack of storage. I'm not sure how this was overlooked at Ford being that they got so many things other complicated things right?!?! The console is a joke, the glove box is 90% full with the normal literature, the wireless charger holds your phone, so pretty much all that is left is the door mesh pockets. The only other place is under the rear cargo area and that is approximately big enough to hold a half a sandwich.

Rant over. Happy Monday!
Its the reality of the car, larger than the original Bronco, which was built to compete with the International Scout, of which I had 2, and smaller than the F150 based Big Bronco, of which I had 2. The 2021 6th generation is very well designed for what it is, including excellent capabilities both on and off road, and I've adapted over 3 months to the reduced storage space compared to my F150. The trailer hitch and roof rack add space and add-on options. But truly, if you want more storage space, buy a Ranger or an F150. As a small SUV, the Bronco is spacious and adaptable.
 

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I've seen nothing but complaints about the wireless charger, so I am not sure you are missing anything.
I have a M/T badlands so im not sure if wireless charger is just better placement than the auto but i have zero problems with it
 

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I’ve owned jeeps my entire life and I’m talking nothing newer than a TJ so I’m use to little storage. If (let me repeat IF) my bronco ever comes in, like my TJ and LJ, I will remove the back seat, I’m not a taxi and my wife and I are reclusive so we will not be hauling any extra dead weight in the Back!
I will have storage bin in the back for my straps and clevises. Other than that I really don’t have much else to carry
 

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This has been my solution for now, clean and also keeps stuff dry if you’re out getting dirty. Strap on to molle’ panel with the very well built velcro straps on the yeti. Grey/blue matches the BD interior nicely. I use it for flashlights, batteries, dog leash, wipes, spare chargers etc..
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