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I like the base "reflective" badge, a chrome Bronco horse. Understated and low key. Just sayin spending 10k extra and getting a special sticker isn't as cool as it seems I think? Now a lit badge might be cool at night...that I would like





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Hi All,

Thought this was a pretty neat feature for it being just a sticker instead of a real emblem. The Badlands badge is reflective if you didn’t already know that.






















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Here is a Bronco Sport showing the reflective sticker (shares design with the bigger Bronco).

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What? Its a sticker! My 55K Bronco Badlands has a sticker for a Badge! Really? Im kinda pissed. I actually liked the way it looks but a sticker will look cheap.
 

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If they are the same material that they used on the Boss 302, they will last for a very long time. Even the 1970 Boss hockey strips still hold up to this day. Here is my 13 for reference.

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Yes.... Stripes should be flat
 

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I heard you can get a MIC top badge if you order that option. It's 3 dimensional and shoots hate filled lasers into your eyeballs.

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Doesn't look bad at all
It's a cool looking trim badge. I just wish it was a metal surrounded emblem with epoxy or a hard plastic coating over the trim badge, and not just a sticker.
 

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Did Ford use any focus groups or did they just design by the seat of their pants. ?
 

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? They could still make it reflective without being a cheap looking 1 dimensional sticker ✨ Some people say We Don't Need No Stinking Badges..... But, I'd rather have a Nice 3 Dimensional Badge than a Ridiculously Cheap looking Sticker.
Those who wax their vehicles curse the raised badges because that's where all of the paste gets stuck. I'm a bit of a minimalist myself. I prefer brand and model and that's it. All the other stuff just looks stupid, especially after a few years. EFI? Ooh, that car has electronic fuel injection! Wow! Oh, and ABS, too! :LOL: :ROFLMAO:

I'd have been fine without the "Titanium" badge on my vehicle, but I'm also a bit lazy about going through the trouble of taking them off.

Oh, and absolutely no dealer badges unless they sign an advertising contract with me. The one time the dealer didn't listen, I made them remove it before I purchased the vehicle.
 

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