I know for sure it comes with the Badlands, but I seem to recall the Black Diamond having it too. I think it is included with the "upgraded bash plates."I see a lot of armor under this thing, has Ford really talked about what trims get what protection? Besides the modular front bumper and it’s front Skid plate.
In your photos there’s like armor most of the way back, under transfer cases and maybe even the fuel tank. I feel like Ford hasn’t talked about a full suite of armor ever. Maybe I just missed it though. BD and BL deff seem like the two trims that would get it standard though. Also, just amazing photos.I know for sure it comes with the Badlands, but I seem to recall the Black Diamond having it too. I think it is included with the "upgraded bash plates."
I'm 6'2 and I always found the seating position in old Toyotas to feel like I was sitting on the floor with my feet stretched out.have only sat in a Tacoma once, but even I thought that the seating position in it was was weird for a truck. I'm not sure what year it was, but it wasn't new. Unless you are very tall, I wouldn't expect the seat to be all the way back like it was in the pictures.
According to a previous discussion, the Bronco does not have a locking gas door.Was the car unlocked or was it me that noticed the gas door just opens and has no locks?