What’s your ideal combo. of options? Is it attainable with current info.?

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The optimal combination of features I would want in my Bronco are unattainable in any one of the offered trim levels/series according to the current information available. How about you?

I’d like:
Manual transmission with V6 engine
Sasquatch package
Rubber floors/ marine vinyl seats and drain plugs
White MIC or painted top
Sport and Baja modes
Steel front and rear bumpers
Heavy duty bash plates
LED front and rear lights

I’d want these from the factory and under warranty.





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The optimal combination of features I would want in my Bronco are unattainable in any one of the offered trim levels/series according to the current information available. How about you?

I’d like:
Manual transmission with V6 engine
Sasquatch package
Rubber floors/ marine vinyl seats and drain plugs
White MIC or painted top
Sport and Baja modes
Steel front and rear bumpers
Heavy duty bash plates
LED front and rear lights

I’d want these from the factory and under warranty.
I would like your exact build but auto👍
 

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Manual, 4 door, Sasquatch, V6, base - in the order of most/least desirable.
 

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2 door base, Sasquatch, 2.7, MT. As of now I can get 3/4 which isn’t bad, I don’t mind settling for auto. If they offer Sasquatch with MT that COULD sway me but I really want the 2.7. My choices are pretty simple and I’m benefitting from the fact that my 2D base model’s price is being subsidized by higher trims.

Have to say I don’t envy those of you wanting mid/high/lux, or white tops or dual tops etc. Would have a much harder time deciding between trims/options.
 

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Consistent with the intro concept 4 door: White Mod top/ CG color/ light interior upholstery/silver grille/ painted highlights on tow hooks and bronco name on the front of the grille. Most of this may or may not be available. I would add 2.7 w/auto/Sasq/either High or Lux. I do prefer the tires and wheels on the concept to those on the sasq. I would like to see "Fifteen Turbo-macs or Analogs".
 
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2.7L w/MT and 5000 lbs. tow rating..... everything else is available.
It’s not all available on one trim. The only trim level that has both Sport and Baja mode is the Wildtrak, but it’s not available with the rubber floors/ vinyl seating,white top, or factory steel rear bumper as far as we know now. I’m looking at optioning out a BD or going WT. Would be nice if the front Dana M210 axle was a separate option.
 

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mine is probably a cactus grey badlands 2.7 w squatch....... not in my budget though lol
 

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Do you want 5k lbs of tow with harsher suspension off-road? I think most people who complain about that don’t realize you are going to ruin its ability off road.
I’d be ok with that, and would like the option to make that trade off. I don’t plan on going off road at all, but towing capacity would be incredibly useful to me.
 

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Washout interior, High package or better, no Sasquatch, Sport mode... Not possible.

All other preferences are available, but not that combination.

I’d be ok with that, and would like the option to make that trade off. I don’t plan on going off road at all, but towing capacity would be incredibly useful to me.
Not interested in off-road but towing is incredibly useful...

Then I would respectfully suggest that you should be looking at something other than a Bronco.

Out of curiosity, what's drawing you to the Bronco? Overall look, removable doors/roof, etc.?
 

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I’d be ok with that, and would like the option to make that trade off. I don’t plan on going off road at all, but towing capacity would be incredibly useful to me.
I’m not trying to be a gatekeeper but maybe then an off road vehicle isn’t what you should get then? This is specifically geared towards off road performance. Anything less and many of us would be out.

What you need is a truck. These new power boost F150’s are going to be amazing. If I wasn’t looking for off road fun I would be getting one of those.
 

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Badlands 4-Door, 2.7/Auto, Sasquatch, Modular Roof, Lux Package is my ideal build and it is attainable for me.
 

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Do you want 5k lbs of tow with harsher suspension off-road? I think most people who complain about that don’t realize you are going to ruin its ability off road.
Strictly on the towing aspect; how about the base suspension? It may be better equipped to tow than the more off-road focused trims/options. The off road capability will still be far more than almost all need. If Ford was able to get 4500 lbs and another couple hundred in hitch weight on... say the OB, might open up a lot more potential sales for those that want to pull a camper and have some off road chops available.
 

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