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You get 2 in the four door, 4 in the two door. That’s 6, get 2 Broncos!!





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As someone who is 6'4", I would assume the answer to your question is always "yes". What don't you fit in? A hotwheels car?

If that was a typo, and you are actually 6'5", then I am also interested.

I'm also interested in pedal spacing, because when wearing size 14 boots driving my manual cars has always been a delicate proposition. I'd love it if they spaced the clutch, brake, and gas far enough apart that it's easy to drive with big boots on.
No. I'm 65" tall. I barely fit in coach, recline my seat, and always pay extra for the emergency row.

Seriously with all the height talk, I hope I fit.

Sidebar, if I'm getting squatch, will they include a small step ladder so I can climb in? I have my own blocks to tie to my feet but ill have to measure if they are less than 14s.

It ain't always bad to be short.
 
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I saw a video of someone getting in one and they said the same thing. Id bet the biggest complaint is actually the process of getting back there. I cant imagine it being any worse than my 73 that i have lol.
Like I said I got inside and back out, with my large size. Really no different than getting in and out of ANY other 2door, the only difference is it sits higher than most 2 doors Younger more nimble persons will get in and out fairly easily.
 

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I saw a video of someone getting in one and they said the same thing. Id bet the biggest complaint is actually the process of getting back there. I cant imagine it being any worse than my 73 that i have lol.
Like I said I got inside and back out, with my large size. Really no different than getting in and out of ANY other 2door, the only difference is it sits higher than most 2 doors Younger more nimble persons will get in and out fairly easily.
I saw a video of someone getting in one and they said the same thing. Id bet the biggest complaint is actually the process of getting back there. I cant imagine it being any worse than my 73 that i have lol.
Much easier than my "69","74",and "77" my "66" was the 2 seat Pickup
 

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I am curious if a company like goose gear will make a platform for the back area? My bronco 2dr will be strictly a two seater plus dog and I see a lot of potential for a platform with storage in footwell area and possibly a slide out tray like the one featured in the 4dr prototype. If not goose gear I think I can make something functional though not as slick. Apologies if this was already mentioned.
 

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I worry when we get this pictures without clarity on if it's meant to be production? The omission of the picatinny rail worries me. Will we see pictures that are certified "this is what you are ordering" before December 7th?
As far as I know that picatinny rail has never been advertised as stock/standard.
 

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Good point, by this logic, they could get rid of the shifter and cupholder in the front and have push buttons like a Lincoln and offer bench seating and a capacity for 6.
Ha! Ha!
Just because the 4-door has 3 seatbelts in the back, doesn't mean you can fit 3 people. My 95 Dakota was technically a 6-seater. Pretty sure the one time we squeezed 5 people in it a couple of the passengers suffered bodily damage from being so squished. Never did try to fit 6.??
 

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