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So no beverage holders in the back with cloth or MGV when the doors are off? Man, my kid is going to hate this thing. Arm rest in back with cup holders should be standard, regardless of seat material.
 

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So no beverage holders in the back with cloth or MGV when the doors are off? Man, my kid is going to hate this thing. Arm rest in back with cup holders should be standard, regardless of seat material.
When was a kid nothing had cupholders in the back doors on or otherwise...

My first vehicle didn't have a cupholder to be had anywhere.
 

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Sure. Does any OEM produce this? None at all. Even the 'bison' version of the colorado zr2 does not even have a hoop for the center of the vehicle.

It's a lot easier to build a stinger than a whole brush bar/bumper replacement.

Anyways my point is radiator protection will always trump headlight protection regardless of 'cost' of the external component.
It's available for the Bison from AEV... in a very similar manner to how the modular bumper of the Bronco will perform.


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The Bison is already blurring the lines between OEM and aftermarket, though, so it's tough to compare to what is essentially AEV, rather than GM.
 

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I tried to do a little post photo editing to bring out the interior colors a little better in the washed out photo. You can see the blue and gray contrast a little better but the 3rd photo shows the real colors.

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Love the design of the rear middle head rest. Makes for better rear visibility as it slides down over the seat. It's how ALL rear headrests should be and it irritates me Ford only does it to the middle one
 

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We're still talking about cupholders. 😂 😂 😂
This.

I don't understand the gripe when you've got an SUV that holds 4 or 5 people. How many drinks does one person need? As long as a cupholder is in a convenient spot and holds a reasonable-sized cup, what's the problem? If you need more than 32 ounces, just bring an Igloo and drill a hole in the lid and put in a long tube for a straw! 😂
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Orange and blue are complementary colors. Cyber Orange and Navy blue works. I know people will claim that Cyber Orange is Yellow; however it is in between yellow-orange depending on the light. Orange enough in the end to work with Navy.

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Rapid Red with Navy Pier is not new as Ford has done it before on the F-150:


Agreed Rapid Red is not the best choice; however they must of sold some of these for them to do it again. In the end this combo will have the lowest production numbers for the FE. This will make it the rarest trim/ext. & int. combo of all Broncos. We will see what that means in 30 years.

Personally I wanted Rapid Red on my FE originally until I found out the interior would be Navy Pier so I switched to Cyber Orange.
yes I wanted my FE in rapid red until I saw the navy pier interior. It goes with some of the other colors but not rapid red IMO. That along with Ford not letting me use my A-plan as a Ford employee has me dropping down to a loaded BL I think.
 

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When was a kid nothing had cupholders in the back doors on or otherwise...

My first vehicle didn't have a cupholder to be had anywhere.
Yeah, in the 70s and 80s this was acceptable, but its 2020. When 99.9% of every other vehicle being produced today offers this feature, the Bronco should as well.
 

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LOL let's throw all these crazy, special accent colors in every model EXCEPT the special edition.
Reporting from the Acme Booth at the 2022 SEMA show where Acme’s aftermarket Bronco A/C Vent / Grab Handle Packages seem to be drawing “unprecedented” crowds to unironically borrow an overused term from 2020/2021. I’d roll some video of Acme’s kits, but I haven’t been able to get to the front of the mass gathering at Acme’s booth. I’ve heard from one Acme spokesperson they never bothered to book the usual Booth Girls because these things (explicative deleted) sell themselves.
 

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Reporting from the Acme Booth at the 2022 SEMA show where Acme’s aftermarket Bronco A/C Vent / Grab Handle Packages seem to be drawing “unprecedented” crowds to unironically borrow an overused term from 2020/2021. I’d roll some video of Acme’s kits, but I haven’t been able to get to the front of the mass gathering at Acme’s booth. I’ve heard from one Acme spokesperson they never bothered to book the usual Booth Girls because these things (explicative deleted) sell themselves.
And here for a moment I thought Acme had an underseat A/C relocation kit to the rear center console, come on Acme, get with the program.
 

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Ford won't even put the hardtop on the FE even though its standard :LOL: and im pretty sure the FE is the only one you can get actually fully loaded. No other combination gives you the front sway disconnect with the 2.7 with the HEADLINER. FE only, so there's that? LOL. That also tells me its not a weight issue, so Ford is def up to something fishy. hmmmm
Well if you get a two door Badlands there are no restrictions on the Build & Price. 😉

I also saw in another thread someone spoke to a dealer and they claimed the issues with roof rack and headliner will be resolved with Ford’s upcoming update. If not, they should still be able to order those options. Not sure how accurate it is because it came from a dealer, but it wouldn’t surprise me if this were just a bug.
 

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