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Here's another one (2nd picture) from what looks like the same photoshoot:

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Okay, good. At least I will be able to make it down my road during rainy season. Pretty much less wet than half of my road in July.



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You don't call the photo of the 2 door driving in a creek not a leak?

Many of us on this forum have long assumed bronco6g.com is also officially endorsed/run by Ford (directly or indirectly).
Wait, that was a creek? I guess my road is a creek half the summer, then. Okay.
 

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I think a lot of members here will sign up but until the thing is officially released... I will be coming here for leaks and information. If that is truly endorsed/run by Ford, then they will likely not self post any "leaks". The community is built here and the admin has been spot on so far in being the "first" on quite a bit of info.
Also, the independent Jeep forums provide independent spaces to discuss issues (like 3.8L oil burning), and non-Mopar modifications. There are great maintenance and project write-ups as well.

Official sites are cool, but they tend to be fluffy marketing customer lifestyle stories combined with “see these officially licensed things you can buy and have added on at the dealer”, how to check your oil, change your air filter, and put the top down, and how to use 4WD etc.
 

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Also, the independent Jeep forums provide independent spaces to discuss issues (like 3.8L oil burning), and non-Mopar modifications. There are great maintenance and project write-ups as well.

Official sites are cool, but they tend to be fluffy marketing customer lifestyle stories combined with “see these officially licensed things you can buy and have added on at the dealer”, how to check your oil, change your air filter, and put the top down, and how to use 4WD etc.
yeah, I've seen issues being suppressed on official sites before.
 

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The front fenders under that camo seem to be sticking out quite far. At least compared to some other photos I've seen. Maybe there are flare differences between different versions of the new Bronco?

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