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Another thing to consider - this clearly doesn't account for all available options and potential standalone ones (leather seating on trims is one), and of course accessories.
This is true I really want a cactus crusher wonder what that cost will be?! I’m still on the line trying to decide between the BD & BLs. Each have the pros and cons of what I gotta take out.





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Evening all,

I got the survey (it went to junk mail but these days I read the junk as much as the inbox because of this type thing). As I clicked through the option packages, I was looking at them as stand alone options. I would assume the Sasquatch comes with auto trans for example because it requires it. I could be wrong by it seems to make sense that the survey was not a “build your truck” tool but a gauge for interest in particular package/price combos.

Personally, I’m hoping for a mixture of packages and stand-alone options to configure things at the price point I want. I’d like the Bose system but don’t want to pay $2,500 or so to bump up to the lux package.

I’m probably wrong about all this but for me, these trucks are really well appointed at the price levels these trims are at. I’ll be happy as a lark the day I get to drive it off the lot to my rural home in Virginia.
That's a good point. Sasquatch does require auto.
 

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Why the huge difference between the Molded Top ($700) and the Molded and Soft Top ($3700)? How can the soft top add $3k??
 

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Worse case scenario, only doing the $700 top for the badlands and the $800 bumper cover for the wildtrack, the Wildtrack comes to $55465 (including S/H, high package, tow package, and mod front bumper), while the badlands comes to $56085 (2.7/10A, High package, sasquatch, $700 hard top, and tow package). So... Wildtrack it is?
For another $1k I would like to have the swaybar disconnect which I believe is the only difference... although the hardtop on the WT is a bit nicer so that adds a bit more to the BL 🤷‍♂️
 

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All the information we have says that the Squatch tires are going to be more of a hybrid rather than a true mud tire
That is right. MT stands for ‘multi terrain’, not mud
 

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Do you think the average person would be able to tell that much of a difference in the 2.3 and the 2.7?
YES- because 2.7-2.3= .4 (and i hate math)(y)🤣


expanding on that... most people can tell the diff between a 4cyl and 6cyl. Plus, the torque numbers are quite different (which the avg person is going to feel on their butt dyno)
 
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From here we see Sasquatch $2,500 on Badlands, $5,000 on Base

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Any way you cut it it is going to be an EXPENSIVE toy. It makes it even worse when they are not even offering the white top option.
I am not liking the way they have some of the options packaged. I hope I get the survey so I can voice my concerns.
 

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To me it seems they are trying to figure out where our pain threshold is.

Feels like a wierd way to price your vehicles. They already know what they're manufacturing cost will be.
 

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Looking at a 2dr Badlands vs. Black Diamond, the Black Diamond is looking more appealing. Pricing them both with SAS, 2.7L, mod hard top (assumed $1900 price for both), and mid & high packages respectfully, the difference is $4,745. Unless you are dying for the SB DISCO & Auto on Demand 4x4 system and the few items in the high package, BD could be the way to go! $4,745 will buy you an awful lot of individual options/accessories.

$4,745.00
Black Diamond$ 49,445.00Badlands$ 54,190.00
$36,050$ 36,050.00$42,095$ 42,095.00
StandardStandard
Shipping & Delivery$ 1,495.00Shipping & Delivery$ 1,495.00
Key FeaturesKey Features
Rubberized Flooring - Washout Capable with Drain PlugsFront Stabilizer Bar Disconnect
Marine Grade Vinyl - Front BucketRubberized Flooring - Washout Capable with Drain Plugs
Terrain Management System (TMS) with 7 G.O.A.T ModesMarine Grade Vinyl - Front Bucket
Part Time 4x4Terrain Management System (TMS) with 7 G.O.A.T Modes
Ford Co-Pilot360 TechnologyAuto On Demand 4x4
Ford Co-Pilot360 Technology
Options NeededOptions Needed
Sasquatch Package$ 5,000.00Sasquatch Package$ 2,500.00
2.7L Econoboost Engine w/ 10 speed auto trans$ 3,500.002.7L Econoboost Engine w/ 10 speed auto trans$ 3,500.00
Modular Hard Top Shadow Black-Painted$ 1,900.00Modular Hard Top Shadow Black-Painted$ 1,900.00
Apple CarplayApple Carplay
Mid Package$ 1,500.00Mid Package
Auto On Demand 4x4High Package$ 2,700.00
 

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Well let’s take a look. So they have the product we all want and are the ones to set the price... so yeah, not much leverage as a consumer. Of course, you can join the list of people who say they’re not buying one now for whatever reason, but I can guarantee you that will have zero affect on anything except your bank account.
Good, because when it comes to buying a luxury item such as this my bank account is the only thing I care about protecting. If someone else is happy paying $5k to get a garage door opener more power to them. I'm going to wait for the B&P tool to drop so I can compare the bottom lines between a Wildtrak, BD, and BL. Not buying a Bronco as option #4 is one I'm comfortable with.
 

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