What are you trading in to get your new Bronco?

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My wife loves her 2016 Q5 TDI so my 2015 A6 TDI has to go. We'll have the Q5 for any road trips so the Bronco will be my toy/around town drive.
BTW, love the pup.

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Mastiffs are the best! Until they decide they need to sit/lay on you. our guy is just over a year and 135 pounds.

Really like the Q5 but I have to give up one of the vehicles. Have used the Q5 on a number of road trips but I actually like to find trails on our road trips and the Jeep or Bronco would be better for that.
 

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I am getting rid of my Mazda6. Only thing I am debating now is when. It's leased so some members here had advised me to look into extending it till the Bronco arrives which is still a strong possibility.

But at the same time thinking about buying out my mazda at the end of the lease if the payments are right. Got another little one due in January, wifes car will be paid off in July so if I can keep my mazda at close to my payment now might just stick with it for a bit longer instead of jumping into a big car payment right away
 

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Just sold my 1999 two door 5 speed cherokee today !!
because i own wrangler and got a reasonable price for the cherokee.
But yes cash well stay in saving account for new Bronco !!

 
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Just sold my 1999 two door 5 speed cherokee today !!
because i own wrangler and got a reasonable price for the cherokee.
But yes cash well stay in saving account for new Bronco !!

I had the same 1999 cherokee in the same color. I sold it last year for my Jeep JL.
 

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I'll be trading in my 2018 Colorado Duramax crew cab. I love the truck with the fuel mileage it gets, and for it just being a small diesel truck, however the Bronco just suits my needs better as I rarely ever use the box of the truck. Plus that 7MT tho... I miss shifting my own gears!
 

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I'd keep the STI and get the Bronco. I have a mustang and I think fun factor with the sti is there. Anything past 80mph and the mustang is a beast, but when can we really do that in the real world....I bet your STI can hang with most mustangs up till 60mph anyway..and making turns is way more fun in an STI.
Yeah and we have plenty of twisty roads here in GA. Tail of the Dragon for example or up in the mountains. Maybe if I get the Bronco and keep the STI I can just build it up for 450 whp and call it good.
 
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Yeah and we have plenty of twisty roads here in GA. Tail of the Dragon for example or up in the mountains. Maybe if I get the Bronco and keep the STI I can just build it up for 450 whp and call it good.
That sounds like the best plan ever!!!! You'll never be able to get another STI like that. Plus with the Bronco as your main commuter, you'll be able to tear apart the STI for weeks on end doing whatever upgrades you want. If you blow the motor....No problem!!! But you'll have fun doing it and not having to worry about getting to work the next day.
 

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Thought about selling my Forester for about five minutes, but it's way too useful/ cheap to maintain/ efficient as a daily.

And 2018 is the last year of three-pedal Foresters. Can't quit it.
 

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That sounds like the best plan ever!!!! You'll never be able to get another STI like that. Plus with the Bronco as your main commuter, you'll be able to tear apart the STI for weeks on end doing whatever upgrades you want. If you blow the motor....No problem!!! But you'll have fun doing it and not having to worry about getting to work the next day.
I like the way you think! :)
 

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Mastiffs are the best! Until they decide they need to sit/lay on you. our guy is just over a year and 135 pounds.

Really like the Q5 but I have to give up one of the vehicles. Have used the Q5 on a number of road trips but I actually like to find trails on our road trips and the Jeep or Bronco would be better for that.
Big lovable drool machines. They do have a way of picking a spot and laying down. Dexter is 15 months and about 160 lbs.
 

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