Bronco Preview Event at Sheehy Ford of Springfield, VA

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Just got back from the seeing the Broncos for the first time and here are my first impressions. Pretty impressed with the vinyl seats. They're soft and comfortable, not really the boat vinyl I'm use to. I'm definitely glad I didn't get the sasquatch package, the standard tires on the badlands to me are the perfect size. The fit and finish of the vehicles is much better than I was expecting.

Really the only thing I didn't like was the location of the AC vents for the rear seats, which are located almost at the front of the first row seats and likely won't do any good at all (see photo below). I also would have preferred a hard rubber surface on the back of the back seats instead of the felt cloth. Other than that though I'm pretty impressed.

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Thanks for the pics!
 

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In the interest of picking nits: Wouldn't it have made sense to make the 90 degree bend in the fitting/plug rather than to tube/wire, to avoid kinked tubes and broken wires?
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In the interest of picking nits: Wouldn't it have made sense to make the 90 degree bend in the fitting/plug rather than to tube/wire, to avoid kinked tubes and broken wires?
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This would appear to be the rear wiper/ wash rough-in storage ports
Ford- want to solve the MY21 soft top / MIC constraints? - Rough this in on very 4 door.
 

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Just got back from the seeing the Broncos for the first time and here are my first impressions. Pretty impressed with the vinyl seats. They're soft and comfortable, not really the boat vinyl I'm use to. I'm definitely glad I didn't get the sasquatch package, the standard tires on the badlands to me are the perfect size. The fit and finish of the vehicles is much better than I was expecting.

Really the only thing I didn't like was the location of the AC vents for the rear seats, which are located almost at the front of the first row seats and likely won't do any good at all (see photo below). I also would have preferred a hard rubber surface on the back of the back seats instead of the felt cloth. Other than that though I'm pretty impressed.

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Love this Stuff. Looks like they will have it for the 2 Door.
 

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Just got back from the seeing the Broncos for the first time and here are my first impressions. ....

Really the only thing I didn't like was the location of the AC vents for the rear seats, which are located almost at the front of the first row seats and likely won't do any good at all (see photo below). I also would have preferred a hard rubber surface on the back of the back seats instead of the felt cloth. Other than that though I'm pretty impressed.
I actually like this idea - cooled front seats!
 
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I actually like this idea - cooled front seats!
Yeah if you can 3D print an attachment to pipe it up to the seat and then you'll need to poke a lot of holes in your new MGV seat. VoilĂ , heated and cooled seats :LOL:
 

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I also would have preferred a hard rubber surface on the back of the back seats instead of the felt cloth.
This gives dealers a chance to sell an overpriced seatback rubber liner package.
 
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This gives dealers a chance to sell an overpriced seatback rubber liner package.
That I would understand, but as far as I know there isn't an overpriced seatback rubber liner package for them to sell.
 

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