You can't beat the versatility of a truck. If you can only have one and your not a serious off-roader, you need to go with the truck. I would never be without one. The bronco is just a fun vehicle for me.
I would probably get the panoramic sunroof to make it feel like a more open air experience. So I dont know if anything could go on the roof. And a higher trim like the lariat/king ranch for the ventilated seats and nice interior.Challenging decision. Both and great choices. Both are quite different. I am planning to buy a 2 door Badlands for off-road adventures. I have an F150 for camping/kayaking and plan to keep my truck and camper. I could consider using the Bronco for both camping and kayaking, but the F150 is better equipped for my camping/kayaking needs.
I chose the Lariat trim so I could get the supercab. That gave me more bed space. I also ordered the tow mirrors and 36 gallon fuel tank. My two kayaks are long and needed to ride on the cab with my camper in tow. My camper is 4 season and off grid. I camp 12 months each year in northern Maine. The F150 can handle those demands.I would probably get the panoramic sunroof to make it feel like a more open air experience. So I dont know if anything could go on the roof. And a higher trim like the lariat/king ranch for the ventilated seats and nice interior.
Yes the F150 would be exceptionally better at camping. Far more room, far more weight capacity.So long story short the lady and I dont do much off-roading. We just enjoy hiking and camping or taking the kids kayaking/fishing. The more and more I see the new F150 I start to wonder if it will be a better camping rig than the Bronco. Especially because of the concerns with the roof racks/vehicle weight with the Bronco. Does anyone have any thoughts or experience with this?