haha it's working, Outer Banks looks cheap cuz it's badge is just a flat stickerProbably not anything to do with building order. Just Ford's way of getting all of us hooked on the those trims, hoping that we order a more expensive Bronco.
And it worked on me - I'm definitely getting a Sasquatch after seeing this.
Imma be mighty pissed (pun intended) if I’m in my Bronco on the freeway, behind another Bronco, and all of a sudden liquid comes flying out from under that Bronco, and later when I stop I realize the front of my Bronco smells like pee.
First time I had time to watch this and I’m impressed with the amount of information. Very helpful.
All Bronco badges are flat stickers, if you are trying to put yourself out there as a Bronco expert, after just joining the forum, releasing videos on YouTube with information you got from here on Bronco6g, as you did in the now deleted thread and video, maybe you should become more knowledgeable first.haha it's working, Outer Banks looks cheap cuz it's badge is just a flat sticker
My only gripe is that he repeatedly mentioned that you should get the four-door if you want more legroom in the back. The four-door has only 1/2" more legroom. I doubt that would be noticeable to anyone.
|Model||Rear Seat Leg Room|
|Explorer||39" (Second Row)|
You do have to factor the ease of getting in those seats. The bigger or older the adult, the harder it will be to get in the back on the 2D.My only gripe is that he repeatedly mentioned that you should get the four-door if you want more legroom in the back. The four-door has only 1/2" more legroom. I doubt that would be noticeable to anyone.
Model Rear Seat Leg Room Escape 40.7" Escape Hybrid 38.9" Bronco Sport 36.9" Bronco 2-door 35.7" Bronco 4-door 36.3" Edge 40.6" Explorer 39" (Second Row) Expedition 41.5" F-150 SuperCab 33.5" F-150 SuperCrew 43.6"
So maybe he should be telling people if they need more rear-seat legroom that they should get an Escape instead. Or that someone 6'3" shouldn't sit behind someone 6'3" unless you're in a SuperCrew.
The Bronco 4-door is for an extra kid, not bigger adults.