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Had to start a Big Bend thread. Wife and i put the deposit down on a 4 door, 7 speed Big Bend. Looks like we'll go with velocity blue and i want to see the pricing on the hardtop options. We aren't huge offroaders, but would like the capability and some comfort features. Seemed like the good spot to go. Anyone else looking at the Big Bend?





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Big bend is probably what I will end up getting. The big bend + mid package gives me almost everything I want, just wish there was also an upgraded seat option. Never been a fan of cloth seats and going up in trim level might push me out of my budget
 
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Big bend is probably what I will end up getting. The big bend + mid package gives me almost everything I want, just wish there was also an upgraded seat option. Never been a fan of cloth seats and going up in trim level might push me out of my budget
Definitely. We're ok with cloth, but the mid package and a hard top would be the options we would add.
 

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ever since we learned about the trims, I've planned on getting whatever Big Bend ended up being. I would've liked to get the rock rails, bash plate, rubber floor, and vinyl seats of the Black Diamond trim, but maybe at least the exterior parts can come later on...?
the mid and sasquatch packages are gonna add up fast.
I really wish Ford had the build site online at the same time as reservations! They'd already have $100 from me if only I could price it all out.

edit: reserved the 2 door! and my dealer called me within 30 seconds of clicking the button lol
 
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4 door Big Bend ordered here!

Anxiously awaiting info on pricing on the different top options.
 

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4 door Big Bend reserved here.

as long as pricing lines up i’ll be going for the 2.7 and Sasquatch.

planning on Cactus Gray.

Big Bend w/ Sasquatch seems like a friendly middle area for me. Room for some other mods in time.
 
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If I go ahead and get one, the Big Bend will be it. I figure by the time you toss some options on it, you'll be looking at 40k and that's about as high as I'm ever going to go on a new vehicle.
That's exactly where we are at. I just can't think of spending much more than 40k for a new vehicle.
 

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Had to start a Big Bend thread. Wife and i put the deposit down on a 4 door, 7 speed Big Bend. Looks like we'll go with velocity blue and i want to see the pricing on the hardtop options. We aren't huge offroaders, but would like the capability and some comfort features. Seemed like the good spot to go. Anyone else looking at the Big Bend?
I reserved the Big Bend, 2 door. My budget is 40k and it gives me some room for maybe the Mid package and Rapid Red paint. I have a feeling the Sasquatch package will be at least 5k and I don't plan to do any hardcore offroading, so the Big Bend looks like a good compromise between comfort/tech and offroad ability.
 

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I reserved a Big Bend 2dr manual because I wanted the hard top and classic Bronco look. Right now I either want the blue or the graphite. I am curious how much the mid package will add? I am 100% going to put a Yakima rack & basket on this rig.
 
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I reserved a Big Bend 2dr manual because I wanted the hard top and classic Bronco look. Right now I either want the blue or the graphite. I am curious how much the mid package will add? I am 100% going to put a Yakima rack & basket on this rig.
Yep, mid package pricing is something that i definitely want to know.
 

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That's exactly where we are at. I just can't think of spending much more than 40k for a new vehicle.
Same here. Big Bend + Mid Package + 10 Speed Auto.

I am intrigued to see how Ford prices the packages and options. The Outer Banks comes standard with the mid package and the 10 speed auto, so it'll be interesting to see how close that brings me to the Outer Banks' starting price.
 

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