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I can do without hearing “quirks and features” ever again... Honestly though, very cool to see video rather than more pictures.

So, this Bronco seems to have the latch side of the tailgate sagging just a fraction. The back end of the Bronco in the color match thread also had a bit of sag. I believe that one had stickers on the back window, so apparently not the same truck, though it’s possible. Especially with a 35” spare on the back, this could be a concern.





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I talked with Doug earlier this year before the pandemic started. He wants to do a review on my AZ-1 next time he's in my area. I'd love to see him try to fit 6'4" inside it. I don't fit too well at 6'1". Yeah, he's a bit goofy on screen but he's a decent enough guy in reality.
Wasn't the AZ-1 even small for the Japanese? lol

Pretty cool that you have one! 👍
 

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I know there's already plenty of complaints about this being a model we've already seen and one that doesn't have an engine, but this is what I've been waiting for.

I'm holding out hope that I'll be able to configure a 2-door base in Cyber Orange with the Sasquatch package, and this is the closest thing I've seen to a true to life version of that (no factory lighting, no filters, or post effects). Doug's criticisms may be deserved, but this video only solidifies for me exactly what I want in my build, and makes for a great video to share to show others why I'm so excited.
 

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For the record, I like Doug and appreciate his take on vehicles. I take this as another data point in the quest for building the perfect Bronco in my mind. While this was only a prototype, I did pull some new tidbits of information. Got a better look at rear seat access to from the passenger side as well as how a tall adult fits in the rear of the 2 Dr.
 

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I really hope all those "exterior color matching accents" he talks about actually come to fruition. I'd much rather exterior color matching than trim level, as I don't know how much Cyber Orange matches with other color choices.

Chris
So far it's just trim level but it could be perhaps something ford offers as one of it's accessories or in the future
 

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From some angles, the 37's look sick. Im still not sure if I would do those though and I wonder if they will be offered on the order. Would the ride feel (street) be much worse on 37's vs 35's?
I might be a tad bit louder and its definitely going to feel a good amount of sluggishness. Personal I am just gonna fit what ever largest tire I can fit without extreme modification
 

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Ok real quick why Is no one freaking out the rear window being able to be removed plus it showed us they are removed
 

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Ya, I feel like info is drying up. Nothing really coming concrete other than inconsistent info and the same vehicles being shown off.
 

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Wasn't the AZ-1 even small for the Japanese? lol
Under 6' and you fit decent enough. For myself I found it easier to remove the seat and just add a cushion on the floor. I fit perfectly that way.

Back to the Bronco. His review showed may things other reviewers didn't talk about. It's nice having a 'non-offroader' guy perspective on the truck.
 

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Thank you for the review 👍honestly i dont know if people are going to make it till june2021 myself includes🙈
 

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Without even getting into the leather, the 2" lift, and what we know is under the rear, that orange dummy is such a bag of parts on the interior. Has manual yet has turnassist hero button but not stabar disconnect.

However, for someone who understands what comes or not with what, this overview is pretty useful. And the extended look at Cyber Orange is as well.
 

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