Review: TeraFlex drives the Bronco and doesn't want one (no surprise)

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Watched this earlier - at least he let his bias known at the beginning and the end.

Edit: But definitely will be checking tire pressure at the dealership.
 
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Yes. He knocks on them BUT will def produce bronco suspension pieces. I wonder what he will say when the bronco bits out paces the jeep bits?

Wait till they gear up and start selling parts for them...
 
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Ford transports most their vehicles at 50psi. Much easier to let out air when needed as oppose to putting air it in when delivering them to dealerships.

Watched this earlier - at least he let his bias known at the beginning and the end.

Edit: But definitely will be checking tire pressure at the dealership.
 
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I wondered we ever get a Dennis Wood video. I love Dennis.
 

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That was so cringy. You could see the discomfort any time he tried to say something good about the Bronco. Why even offer a review. That's like asking a toddler to provide a review of Brussel sprouts.
 

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I admit I'm not a Jeep guy, but I am a somewhat car guy who knows a bit but I was puzzled in the beginning when he said people went up to ask him about the new JK Jeep came out. I doubt that many people out there could spot the difference between a 2020 Jeep Wrangler, and a 1990 Jeep
 

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Dennis is a good dude, whether you agree or disagree with his opinions...
 

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One thing he is spot on about is the hood. Feels huge compared to a Jeep. Something you’ll get used to over time, but I drove one yesterday and the hood feels like it’s a mile long
 

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I admit I'm not a Jeep guy, but I am a somewhat car guy who knows a bit but I was puzzled in the beginning when he said people went up to ask him about the new JK Jeep came out. I doubt that many people out there could spot the difference between a 2020 Jeep Wrangler, and a 1990 Jeep
The JK generation was the first to introduce a Wrangler with four doors, which I believe is what Dennis is referring to. It was a seismic shift in the Jeep and automotive world at the time. Also arguably one of the smartest things Chrysler has done with the Jeep brand from a business perspective. Four door Wranglers and the Grand Cherokee made Jeep the volume-selling brand and demoted Chrysler and Dodge to niche brands.
 

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The JK generation was the first to introduce a Wrangler with four doors, which I believe is what Dennis is referring to. It was a seismic shift in the Jeep and automotive world at the time. Also arguably one of the smartest things Chrysler has done with the Jeep brand from a business perspective. Four door Wranglers and the Grand Cherokee made Jeep the volume-selling brand and demoted Chrysler and Dodge to niche brands.
That's fair, although when the 4-door Jeep came out, I never wondered what it actually looked like inside, since it was still just a Jeep from the B-pillar forward (I shouldn't say just a Jeep, I wanted one as a teenager, and have no idea why in my life I never had one). I got the sense that he's a deep rooted Jeep guy, and was a little upset the Bronco was gaining so much interest, his beloved Jeeps never got. Just my 2cents, but I'm in a fighting mood today
 

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One thing he is spot on about is the hood. Feels huge compared to a Jeep. Something you’ll get used to over time, but I drove one yesterday and the hood feels like it’s a mile long
I personally think that hood design is awesome!
 
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