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I should have reworded my Q. What vehicles were at the event?
Sorry - Badlands, MGV, race red and Badlands, leather, rapid red. Both 4 door, non-Sasquatch, soft top, and (I think) the 2.3.

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Don’t have a lot of time now to make this post but I’ll add this photo to the mix. I wasn’t allowed to go up myself, but Rebecca (the very kind and knowledgeable product specialist who has a Badlands ordered for herself) was nice enough to let me know she’s 5’4” and didn’t feel the need to add the step for her non Sasquatch Badlands but had no issue hopping into this one either. I’ll update this with more thoughts and pics later unless someone beats me to the points I’d make.

Edit: In person vs online take: the MIC top wasn’t quite as dark as I’d hoped. I asked and was told this was a recent build and likely very close to production. From some angles it looked perfect to me. From others it looked more gray. I’m getting carbonized gray so it’s not really going to bother me. If you get a chance to see for yourself in person, I recommend it.

Part of what kept me at Black Diamond instead of Badlands was the orange stitching (not the main part - that was price and I don’t need the extra stuff the comes with it). It is far less jarring in person. To the point where I doubt I’d have noticed it enough to dislike it at all. Am I still happy I’m getting blue stitching instead of orange? Sure. But it seemed worth mentioning.

For those focused on the rear camera, I took a picture of how much it juts out past the tire. Never really an issue for me but I know some people on here have commented on it and am including it in case it helps them.

Lastly: the Bronco is replacing my Challenger. I LOVE my Challenger. I have never seen another vehicle that hit me the way my Challenger does when I walk up to it. Until today.

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My wife is 5' 2" and we went to the Pittsburgh event. They had a non-Sas Badlands and a First Edition. Non-Sas BL definitely easier to get in and out of. But my wife said it wasn't bad hopping in and out of the First Edition. Definitely doable.
 

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This is going to be a dumb question, I saw someone say in a video the badges were basically fridge magnets (I think it was TFL). Are they permanently attached to the side or are they actual magnets?
Peel and Stick. Not Magnets but just as bad.
 

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Peel and Stick. Not Magnets but just as bad.
Interesting, I hope they aren't easily damaged. With the amount of off roading some people will be doing I can see them getting scratched or scraped off partially.
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