Is the sandstone interior really this bad?

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I would like it better if it were one or the other, but not both colors on the seats. I had an F250 with tan leather seats and a tan dash. I am not a big fan of shades of brown, but it looked fine in my truck. I think it will look better in person than it does on your computer screen.
 

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The sandstone on the seats isn't bad i just do not want that color on the dash or trim which looks like the plan from Ford.
 

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Can't believe I have to choose a trim level by interior choices instead or performance !!!
Given that every trim is pretty clearly focused on a particular niche of off-roading style it blows my mind that people would let color dictate their desired trim level.
 

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I’m beginning to believe FORD hired a team of interior designers from Martha Stewart.
 

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Of all the real-life bronco pictures on here, has nobody else captured a picture of the sandstone leather Wildtrak interior lately?

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Yes it is really that bad. I mean come one, it's suppose to the Wildtrak. The interior and dash are super garbage. Why does the BD have the best interior ?
 

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Ford really needs to get the all of production interiors built on something soon. We have no real way to know what the interiors will look like. The website CGI is horribly inaccurate compared to the BN video with the interior "designers". It should not be this frustrating for potential buyers.
 

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Given that every trim is pretty clearly focused on a particular niche of off-roading style it blows my mind that people would let color dictate their desired trim level.
There's a few things wrong here with your position, no offense

Not everyone will be off roading

And secondly, interior is something people see everytime they drive their car. In fact, more than they see the outside of the car. So of course they're going to be critical about it
 
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I actually like the sandstone.... if it were the marine grade vinyl option I probably wouldn’t be too upset. My favorite is still the Badlands interior though, so I got lucky that’s what I was going to get anyways.

When I was Jeep shopping I was going to order the tan interior and tan soft top on a white Rubicon. Super basic, but I think it’s a good look and I never see this setup on new Jeeps in Michigan. If the interior is truly a deal breaker for you, I’m sure things will get changed up a bit in a year or two. Maybe try ordering then?
 

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Well the tan dash is pretty bad, since you know, I live where the sun shines. Plus the bright blue trim sucks unless your exterior is bright blue. And camo seats? Yeah, not going to happen. I'm waiting for a black top and if the interior doesn't get better I'll move on.
 

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Well the tan dash is pretty bad, since you know, I live where the sun shines. Plus the bright blue trim sucks unless your exterior is bright blue. And camo seats? Yeah, not going to happen. I'm waiting for a black top and if the interior doesn't get better I'll move on.
I’ll agree the camo is pretty bad.... I can get past the rest. Also, are lighter dash colors really that reflective even though they have a matte finish? I live in Michigan so our sunny days are nothing like Arizona’s, but my light gray dash in my Wrangler has never bothered me. Maybe because it’s so upright and there really isn’t that much real estate?
 

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