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What colors would you like to see for the Bronco in the future?

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I want rapid red because Ruby red is my favorite color, but it doesn't matter to me too much. Because i plan to actually use mine for it's intended purpose, which is to off-road. So I'll likely end up wrapping it regardless.



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Last year I almost bought a Wrangler. I hadn't really thought I was in the market for one, but I saw the color I wanted - what they call Mojito. Bright metallic green! I did some research and decided a Rubicon was what I wanted, but then I started reading about all the problems with the steering and decided I wasn't going to pay that much for a vehicle with that many known issues.

Enter the Bronco - I'm extremely interested, but would be a definite go with a bright green. I will look at the other colors offered, but it's gotta hit me right. And no, I don't want to wrap a vehicle.

So how important is color to you? Is it a make or break factor on the Bronco?

If Ford was smart they would offer a bright green. In the Wrangler forums the Mojito section has more posts than any other color.

When I was checking out the jeeps I brought my Synergy green Camaro for comparison.


Get your Bronco in white, than go and get it vinyl wrapped. Not only could you get it in Mojito, but you could have any design or color you wanted. It also has the added benefit of helping with tree branches, bugs, dust, etc. as far as protection goes.

Tired of Mojito, just rip it off and its factory white. Can get it in calypso coral rednext. Skies the limit.
 

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Color is life or death decision.

If you pick the wrong color, you will be reminded of it every single time you drive or look at it and in the back of your mind, it will always be lurking, "I wish I had ordered my Bronco in XXXX."

It will be the last thought that crosses your mind before you fall asleep and you will be reminded of your mistake as soon as you see your Bronco for the first time the next day.

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I’ve always been a boring color person. Blacks, greys, my current Tacoma is desert sand ...
And I was 100% sure carbonized grey was my choice but the more I look and check trims out that stupid cyber orange keeps calling me...
 

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Are any of the available colors known to have any issues in the past few years?
I’m looking at white or silver.......
 

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Color is very important I usually like the colors you don’t see much of on the road . So when I saw cyber orange I knew that was what I was getting . Cactus gray is really nice too. If we are all be honest with our selfs ford dropped the ball with the color choices for the bronco. I said it once and I’ll say it agagin mopar dodge has the best color choices bright vibrant old school heritage colors. Whoever decides fords colors needs to be fired. Kodoak brown should have been offered in bronco along with grabber blue And grabber lime. I love the cyber orange but if grabber blue was an option or grabber lime. I probably would have went that route. To make Velocity blue late avaibilty color was just stupid in my opinion too. It’s sad cause the most popular colors are the plain red white black and silver at least on corvette sales anyway but those colors are so played out.
 

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I was qouted $3000 to wrap it, but that's them figuring it off of a 2 door Jeep. $3000 is cheaper than painting it the color I want since Ford doesn't offer it. My fathers 1979 Bronco that I grew up in was painted Dark Highland Green. I'd love to have one in that color from the factory, but that just isn't going to happen. I'm not gonna go spend $10k+ to have it painted. That's at least how I justify spending the money to get it wrapped. lol
 

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For me, function follows form, and I have that in spades with the Bronco.
so now that I’ve got the right platform, color, inside and out is my next dilemma. And the reason I don’t have a reservation yet.
Ford, I’ve waited a long time. Willing to wait only a little more: non-metallic brown or forestish green, black and saddle interior. Please, and thank you.
 

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Color isn't super important to me, probably because this is going to be my first car that isn't being bought out of necessity on the spot, so this is the first time I realistically get a choice 🤣

I would've loved a forest green type option, but doesn't look like that's in the cards for the first model year. I'm also going with a 2 door base, so I don't think the cactus grey or area 51 is worth $5000 extra for big bend to me. At that price point I could probably have it wrapped in forest green to get the color I actually want and not be compromising for cactus grey.
 

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I'm relatively simple and will likely go with Carbonized Gray on my 2DR hunting rig but still debating. If a flat color was offered (black, gray, OD green) it'd be a slam dunk. Color definitely matters (there are a few colors that are a no-go for me).
 

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Color is big to me. I don't buy socks that I don't like the color of.......surely wouldn't drop $40-$50K on a vehicle whose color I wasn't 100% happy with
 

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I have a Mojoto Green Wrangler, as I do love the louder colors (. I’ve seen a few Sarge Green ones (the color that replaced Mojito) and while I like OD green it just isn’t the same when glossy. That said I balanced the green with black powder coated Rubicon takeoff rims and it really balances it out.

A darker green option for the Bronco would be nice, such as a classic British Racing Green. Give me a darker green option with a white top...
 

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Very important, I have a punkin orange wrangler and so far its an exclusive year color
 

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