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I hope they don’t call it “platinum” that is the goofiest trim name to me. I don’t really wanna see a direct pull from the truck models.
I was kinda hoping for more:
Bronco or Bronco ‘66 = base
Bronco FX = mid range
Bronco GT = (sport model, V6)
Bronco L or Limited = range topper
I can't see them using the Platinum trim on the Bronco. I can see Lariat as a max luxury street trim maybe. Please chime in someone that might now more on this but I see the Platinum and the King Ranch trim on the F series as the same but Platinum is one set of colors (interior and exterior) and the King Ranch as another. In my area of Texas, the stereotype is the Platinum is for the rich banker, and the King Ranch is for the rich farmer/cattleman.



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I doubt they will pull the trims directly from the trucks, imo they will have entirely new names. My guess is 4 of them though. ChrispyKC said there would be 4 suspension packages. I'm not a hardcore rock crawler, but I have this feeling like Ford is going to surprise the shit out of all of us and have a SFA available. I know I'm probably wrong, but the gut feeling is there😉
 
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I'm not a hardcore rock crawler, but I have this feeling like Ford is going to surprise the shit out of all of us and have a SFA available. I know I'm probably wrong, but the gut feeling is there😉
Don’t give me hope!
 

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I doubt they will pull the trims directly from the trucks, imo they will have entirely new names. My guess is 4 of them though. ChrispyKC said there would be 4 suspension packages. I'm not a hardcore rock crawler, but I have this feeling like Ford is going to surprise the shit out of all of us and have a SFA available. I know I'm probably wrong, but the gut feeling is there😉

I'm holding out hope for this as well I just don't want it to be 60 - 70 K for it. ;)
 

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I'm curious to see the trim levels. I have a feeling Ford will keep it simple 3 maybe 4 trims from the factory and give the dealerships the option to install all the different accessories that Ford toted a while back ago. It would make sense as to why a dealership might have to go through "special" training to be certified to sale the Bronco if they have to be able to install some 200+ accessories or whatever the heck the number was.
Probably 3 each for on and off road. They said 125 accessories, but I would expect that number to grow as time passes.
 

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I'm holding out hope for this as well I just don't want it to be 60 - 70 K for it. ;)
That would probably be a Rubicon. Built with many of the boxes checked easily hits $60k. Bronco would likely go slightly higher.
 

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Great work! What is the Hinge Rear Gate $700 option and how does it differ from standard?
Hopefully it means a Standard Tailgate (Truck Type). HOPEFULLY!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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Great work! What is the Hinge Rear Gate $700 option and how does it differ from standard?
*reenforced gate. allows heavy tires on the back
 

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It would be a shame to restrict 2.7 access to ONLY those folks wanting a large video screen
2.7 will definitely be a premium option. Have to get a higher trim. Which odds are the larger screen and stuff will be standard.
 

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That would probably be a Rubicon. Built with many of the boxes checked easily hits $60k. Bronco would likely go slightly higher.

I would think if they do build a SFA version it should be on the lower end of the price scale seeing how it will get the most abuse, i.e. rock crawling. And the Braptor will be on the high end of the scale because that would need all the fancy stuff for the high speed theatrics.
Just my 2 cents.
 

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