How about you need Lux package to get a wireless charging pad.I always thought not having vents in the back was an odd decision by ford. Makes no sense to me.
Personally what gets to me is : in order to get a heated steering wheel i need to get the Lux pack. I live in Ontario i dont want to wear gloves on a really cold day in the $60k+ car when just getting into it. I also dont need anything Lux pack gives but the heated steering wheel. (venting)
Ah, I gotcha and see your perspective now. I was taking your comment a different way.What I mean is that anyone who watches this video and isn't familiar with the trim levels and what they include or offer as options is going to assume that all the stuff he complains about is specific to the OBX, and that the BL doesn't have these "flaws."
He is comparing his off-road Jeep setup to a non squash bronco. Of course they don’t match or compare. I am one of those who has ordered mine for 90% road (daily driver) and 10% off and know what I am getting and the difference.I understand why people don't like some of his style, but what is the bronco for then? Are what he talked about not "real" uses? Im just trying to understand what you feel the truck is for? Only hardcore offroad? His discussion is applicable to 80-90% minimum of people that will be buying it imo, so it's very applicable. Especially the outer banks.
Justin likes taking a contrarian perspective (10 things I hate about the Bronco and this video for example). Maybe it makes for better content or comes off as less fan boi or more edgy for most viewers. For me, it causes involuntary eye rolls sometimes. Still well worth watching his videos.
I would hope we could have that option for Broncos too. Thats a necessity.Ford does the same bullshit on the F-150. You have to buy into the highest package on the Lariat to get a heated wheel. On my cloth-seated 2017 Explorer XLT I bought the heated wheel option for about $175. Ford can be real toolbags sometimes with their options.