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“I call it, ‘Crazy Ivan’.”
Russian drivers sometimes make sudden turns to see if they’re being followed.

It. Looks. Awesome. I love this Bronco.

I also believe that, judging by everyone’s reaction to the ‘Crazy Ivan’ maneuver, I will be purchasing stock in some tire manufacturers!
Very solid Hunt for Red October reference there. Must go watch that one again!
 

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So is this feature an standard for the 2.7? Or is it an option that must be purchased separately? I feel like turn assist and one pedal driving could really come in handy.
 

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So is this feature an standard for the 2.7? Or is it an option that must be purchased separately? I feel like turn assist and one pedal driving could really come in handy.
If I remember correctly it's equipped on the badlands and the control is on the top rubber panel alongside diff locks and electronic disconnect.
 

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Is this available on both the two and four door automatic models?
 

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It's a smoother version of a front dig. Very cool to be able to do it on the fly.
(meaning no actuation of FWD only, or front locker, or manually locking rear brakes)


See :34.................


Assuming this is a simple offshoot of a brake induced limited slip.
Just keep one wheel locked.

Does bring up a question. Does new bronc, in any package, have a front brake induced LS?
 

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Well that is awesome.
 

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“I call it, ‘Crazy Ivan’.”
Russian drivers sometimes make sudden turns to see if they’re being followed.

It. Looks. Awesome. I love this Bronco.

I also believe that, judging by everyone’s reaction to the ‘Crazy Ivan’ maneuver, I will be purchasing stock in some tire manufacturers!

I think I will call mine the "I forgot my wallet" button.
 

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Is the trail turn assist a standered feature or option
Looks like it says standard on OB, Wildtrak and FE.

Available with others if you have get the 10 speed.....available option through the Bronco Trail Toolbox set of options?

At least that's the way I read that comparison chart on Ford site
 

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