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I'm not familiar with the Ford start/stop system, so my question is do you have to turn it off each time you turn the ignition on or does it keep the last known setting?
Get the 6 speed, manual trans= no start/stop





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Will there be a carpet delete/add drain hole option for trims below Badlands?

How about vinyl seats for lower trims? Or am I going to have to scotch guard the cloth seats in a BaseSquatch to kind of waterproof them?
 

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Will there be a carpet delete/add drain hole option for trims below Badlands?

How about vinyl seats for lower trims? Or am I going to have to scotch guard the cloth seats in a BaseSquatch to kind of waterproof them?
Black Diamond has the rubberized floor with drains and the Marine grade vinyl seats

Terrain Management System with 7 G.O.A.T. Modes including Rock Crawl 17" black-painted steel wheels 32" LT265/70R17 all-terrain tires Heavy-duty modular front bumper, powder-coated steel rear Rock rails and heavy-duty bash plates Auxiliary switches in overhead console Rubberized flooring with drain plugs Marine grade vinyl seats
 

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Black Diamond has the rubberized floor with drains
That's 2 trim levels up from Base. I'm betting that the 2-door BaseSquatch can be had for less than $35k, even if you upgrade to an automatic (my knees won't take mashing a clutch and jamming gears), although you'll probably have to stick with the 2.3 to get there. I'm fine with the 2.3L EcoBeast, so that's not a problem for me.

I'm also betting that the 2-door BlackSquatch can't be had for $35k or less, even if you stay with the stick shift. Keeping it under $40k might be doable, but I'm pretty sure my budget is going to have to be $35k if I'm going to be a year 2 or 3 buyer (year 1 has always been out for me).

Of course, those are all guesses. We'll have to wait and see.
 

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No, there's no manual with the any of the Sasquatch packages
Oh, that's right. Thanks for the reminder.

I get why people are bent out of shape over that, but I'm not. As I said, my knees won't handle a clutch anymore, so I'm stuck with the slushbox anyway.
 

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I have two issues
Bandlands no carpet option, you can equip it with every option but no carpet
Wildtrak forcing the Sasquatch Package on you if you want this model

I want 33's and carpet but it's impossible to get WTF
The carpeted floor mats give you the carpet you want. Pull them up and with a damp garage towel, just wipe down the floor. It makes for easy cleanup with dogs that shed, kids that spill, or muddy boots that enter
 

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Carpet only on the Base, unfortunately.
its ridiculous that carpet is the base and vinyl is the upgrade. see, this is some bullshit Ford. Straight up bullshit.
 

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