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I will likely build a small subwoofer enclosure and mount for an amplifier at some point. May build it into the floor to level the rear or into the side like the factory. I just can’t justify the combos that include the LUX package to get the B&O and adaptive cruise. It’s part of the fun of a vehicle like the Bronco.
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the rise in the back seats is about 3-4 inches and parallel with the back. With all the overnight camping I have done over the years I could easily come up with a solution, but I may be spatially gifted "especially" if I need to! No deal breaker

I love my job I get to work with both groups "daily" I look forward to the ones without eyeballs "stumbling" into my shop and relish the OPPORTUNITY to slap some piss into them, much like a former launch engineer on this site, and then we can actually move forward.
I’m sure the interior designers are nice people and mean well, but I’m just baffled by their fumbling of this project. Unlike the rest of the vehicle design, they make no effort to pay homage to the Bronco legacy with the interior. Sure, it should be modern and push the boundaries of technology, but it’s almost like they designed the interior as an isolated/siloed team with no exposure to the exterior design team. Just trying to find Eason where there is none I guess haha.
 

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Tires look good - good for pavement without trashing front end parts - good enough for serious trails.
Rock rail is OK. Add hang out frame mount rail below (to step in - frame is 6 inches lower so you don't really loose clearance) and you are ready to crawl and commute.
 

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I’m sure the interior designers are nice people and mean well, but I’m just baffled by their fumbling of this project. Unlike the rest of the vehicle design, they make no effort to pay homage to the Bronco legacy with the interior. Sure, it should be modern and push the boundaries of technology, but it’s almost like they designed the interior as an isolated/siloed team with no exposure to the exterior design team. Just trying to find Eason where there is none I guess haha.
I think the controls under the screen pay homage to the early bronco controls. I do agree that they could have done a lot more though.
 

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Don't rain on my parade... we have standards to uphold here at Bronco6G. Overreacting and starting threads to complain a-la-carte builds aren't being done is SOP
Personally, I think many of the complaints are completely legit. We are talking about a $50k-$65k vehicle in many cases. That is not chump change for most of us. It is a significant investment. The one I priced out initially that I wanted is $60k. I expect alot more for that kind of investment and for that amount of money, I have alot of other opportunities to choose from which is why I am leaning in the direction of canceling.
I dont like the thought of settling for MIC off color or unpainted top, single color or off-color interiors, and other options because Ford's "landing on the runway" (aka product launch) could not successfuly connect the dots of what they previously showed. I have a ton of experience in the Automotive industry personally and frankly, I consider Ford's procurement leadership and supplier relationships to be a train wreck. The interested buyers who have patiently waited for the "legend" to return have had a front row seat to this. (Please don't bring up Covid. Again - I'm in the industry and I can see what can be accomplished and what can't).

I really dont think the 6D community is "bitching" - Frankly, I think they want Ford to LISTEN. Find a way with suppliers to fix the Hard Top issue, the dual top option issue, the single interior color and off-color interior issues. These items can be fixed. If they can't be quickly remedied via discussions with the suppliers...you have the wrong suppliers.

Ford has shown products and mentioned options to the community for quite a while and the community has gotten excited about their options. We all put Broncos together in different ways, but we do that based on what we have seen from Ford in their promotional videos and releases. Ford has subsequently removed many of those (interior, tops, options, etc...) opportunities and it has deflated the hopes of many. I am one of them.
 
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Personally, I think many of the complaints are completely legit. We are talking about a $50k-$65k vehicle in many cases. That is not chump change for most of us. It is a significant investment. The one I priced out initially that I wanted is $60k. I expect alot more for that kind of investment and for that amount of money, I have alot of other opportunities to choose from which is why I am leaning in the direction of canceling.
I dont like the though of settling for MIC off color or unpainted top, single color of off-color interiors, and other options because Ford's "landing on the runway" (aka product launch) could not successfuly connect the dots of what they previously showed. I have a ton of experience in the Automotive industry personally and frankly, I consider Ford's procurement leadership and supplier relationships to be a train wreck. The interested buyers who have patiently waited for the "legend" to return have had a front row seat to this. (Please don't bring up Covid. Again - I'm in the industry and I can see what can be accomplished and what can't).

I really dont think the 6D community is "bitching" - Frankly, I think they want Ford to LISTEN. Find a way with suppliers to fix the Hard Top issue, the dual top option issue, the single interior color and off-color interior issues. These items can be fixed. If they can't be quickly remedied via discussions with the suppliers...you have the wrong suppliers.

Ford has shown products and mentioned options to the community for quite a while and the community has gotten excited about their options. We all put Broncos together in different ways, but we do that based on what we have seen from Ford in their promotional videos and releases. Ford has subsequently removed many of those (interior, tops, options, etc...) opportunities and it has deflated the hopes of may. I am one of them.
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Sounds good. I'm looking forward to a thread about it
 

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