Question: This may have already been clarified elsewhere - but is it safe to assume all 6 trim/series identified are solely for the Bronco, and not 3 for the Bronco and 3 ford the Bronco Sport?
that is not safe to say. Except that we do not see any mention of the Bronco Sport engines in this list, the smaller 1-2L EBs.Question: This may have already been clarified elsewhere - but is it safe to assume all 6 trim/series identified are solely for the Bronco, and not 3 for the Bronco and 3 ford the Bronco Sport?
What happens on Monday?FWIW, while I know nothing about this, supposedly the rumor on Blue Oval Forums it’s almost less trim-based and more package-based.
If you want a desert racing Bronco, get that package. If you want a rock crawling Bronco, get that specific package. Then I assume mid/high/lux are your typical luxury options, like touchscreen, heated seats, leather, etc.
Just a guess though. That way, you don’t have to pay through the roof to get your certain options. That being said, I’m sure there’s a trade off that we don’t know yet.
Edit: I suppose you can mix and match some packages too for an “ultimate” Bronco. We’ll see on Monday!
Tell me if the average non-enthusiastic buyer knows the difference off hand between a XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, Limited ---- F series.Anybody else feel like there might be too many trims with too many similar sounding names? Can we get some more Bs in there?
Bronco Outer Banks
Bronco Big Bend
Bronco Black Diamond
How is the average customer supposed to differentiate these? None of these names mean anything to me so I can’t imagine what each trim is supposed to be.
First edition I can understand. Will the top off roader be the wildtrak or the badlands or the black diamond?
I see your point about the Bs. A lot of alliteration there, however:Why don’t we wait until we get the full breakdown of things. These are new yes but going forward once you know what each trim brings you will know the difference.