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Much beefier look when not Base trim.

2021 Bronco Cactus Gray 2-Door Fastback Soft Top.jpg
It's a definite improvement, but still looks a little stubby to me. Aargh, I really wanted to love that top on the 2-door!
 

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Yeah not sure about the soft top for my 2 door. I want to drive at 25 to 85 mph on my trip to Montana this summer/or anywhere else, Not sure I want to listen to air whistling noises over the top of my music, or seeing rain drip thru the joints in the canvas. My ideal adventure is front hard tops off, windows up or down depending on speed, with tops in the back in case a thunderstorm looks imminent or pops up
Low speed side windows down checking out the view. The soft top just looks like too much work for what gain? Especially on the 2 door when I can remove/replace 2 hard tops on or off in less than 5 minutes. JMO.
With the soft top all you have to do is unlatch the front header and flip back for cruising. When you plan on hitting the highway just pull it forward and relatch, should be 30 seconds for each and you can do it at a stoplight, won't need to get out of the vehicle.

Can also ride with back windows out and if it rains while you're driving pull the top part back up and leave the back sides open and door windows up, rain shouldn't get in.

This is my plan.
 

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With the soft top all you have to do is unlatch the front header and flip back for cruising. When you plan on hitting the highway just pull it forward and relatch, should be 30 seconds for each and you can do it at a stoplight, won't need to get out of the vehicle.

Can also ride with back windows out and if it rains while you're driving pull the top part back up and leave the back sides open and door windows up, rain shouldn't get in.

This is my plan.
This is what's great on the Bronco: do what you want. Soft top is just not in my plan. Nor is wind whistling noises at 75 mph. I think we will both enjoy our Broncos for what they can do differently
 

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Base seriously looks like a little Lada Niva. Like the one shared the other day!
Btw I'd still drive the crap outta it. Lol
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Omfg, I LOVE Ladas. No wonder I love the 2-doors better (even though my boyfriend convinced me to begrudgingly get a 4door).

It makes so much sense now. 😂
 

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