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Old 11-06-2019, 07:55 AM
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They have teased me but not pleased me for so long,
my ballz are blue and that infatuation done faded.
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The first thing that caught my attention and the only thing I couldn't shake was: ANY vehicle (even a Fiat 500) could have drove those dirt roads. Ford didn't show me their Bronco was badass and that I needed to be first in line to buy one.

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Another cool video

https://youtu.be/qlQnc8mxNz8
IMO that is BS advertising. The reason why I say that is because if I know anything at all about the Ford Bronco is, they were a piece of shit and rusted out like cheap tin! But in that commercial all they did was sell the old crap and said nothing about the new product line. So they are selling the new off of what crap the old stuff was and making that comparison. That's really poor marketing in my books!
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Glad they put it on a frame unlike GM's upcoming Blazer re-release.
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Besides everyone knows the matchbox 4x4 market is already ruled by the RAV4.
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The first thing that caught my attention and the only thing I couldn't shake was: ANY vehicle (even a Fiat 500) could have drove those dirt roads. Ford didn't show me their Bronco was badass and that I needed to be first in line to buy one.
honestly both videos were let downs
one just shows a bunch of older broncos, the other shows a baja looking thing driving down a gravel road


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Originally Posted by Garett View Post
IMO that is BS advertising. The reason why I say that is because if I know anything at all about the Ford Bronco is, they were a piece of shit and rusted out like cheap tin! But in that commercial all they did was sell the old crap and said nothing about the new product line. So they are selling the new off of what crap the old stuff was and making that comparison. That's really poor marketing in my books!
Calm down Garett...it's a teaser video. Do you not know what a teaser video is????
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Not too big on the exterior design or the fact that it’ll have the 2.3L but am glad they brought it back. Regardless, I’d sure as hell put this higher on my list than a Jeep just based on the annoying culture associated with Jeep ownership. For the love of god, WHY do people feel the need to make social media accounts for their vehicles? Never seen a more cult-like following for anything else on the market. I swear girls who are fresh out of college and trying to find their identity make up the majority of sales these days
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Not too big on the exterior design or the fact that it’ll have the 2.3L but am glad they brought it back. Regardless, I’d sure as hell put this higher on my list than a Jeep just based on the annoying culture associated with Jeep ownership. For the love of god, WHY do people feel the need to make social media accounts for their vehicles? Never seen a more cult-like following for anything else on the market. I swear girls who are fresh out of college and trying to find their identity make up the majority of sales these days
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Has everyone forgotten the last time Ford put one of their best trucks to jump. If you forgot it was the Raptor and plenty of Ford fans thought shut that’s cool I will try that. Only to have their frames bent and Ford deny warranty. Granted you had idiots that took it a little too far on the jumps. But non the lies Ford pulled that advertising right away.
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I would be buying one if it was a full size bronco. That's a bronco 2 and I have no desire to own a small SUV. Damn....
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Not too big on the exterior design or the fact that it’ll have the 2.3L but am glad they brought it back. Regardless, I’d sure as hell put this higher on my list than a Jeep just based on the annoying culture associated with Jeep ownership. For the love of god, WHY do people feel the need to make social media accounts for their vehicles? Never seen a more cult-like following for anything else on the market. I swear girls who are fresh out of college and trying to find their identity make up the majority of sales these days
It'll have the 2.3 and the 2.7.
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I would be buying one if it was a full size bronco. That's a bronco 2 and I have no desire to own a small SUV. Damn....
2 and 4 door. It'll be larger than the original Bronco.

It'll be plenty big...about the size of a Wrangler Unlimited.
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2 and 4 door. It'll be larger than the original Bronco.

It'll be plenty big...about the size of a Wrangler Unlimited.
Larger than a bronco or bronco2? That don't look like the size of a full size bronco. I hope I'm wrong. And a full size bronco with a 4 cyl EcoBoost is gonna be a dog, at least do the 2.7 eco.
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Gonna wait for the Excursion!
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The ranger of today is FAR bigger than the Bronco II or old Ranger was.. This will sit somewhere between the BII and 1980+ Bronco. The 1966-1977 Broncos were about the same size as the BII, maybe slightly wider, but I don't believe longer.

This new one will be "right sized" for a lot of people. Probably getting the same size tires as the Rubicon which is 285/70/17 which is almost 33" The EB could barely handle 30" tires with the fenders uncut. The BII had 27" tall tires.

10spd auto, likely a 7spd manual, definitely the 2.3L and maybe the 2.7L. Either motor is FAR superior the 3.6 in the Jeep.

Look at the front bumper "mock up" ARB winch bumper Kinda of looks the Bronco "race" truck. I would imagine that Ford is working with ARB on whole bunch of accessories. Heck they are offering 2" lift kits now for the Ranger. I can only assume that the Ford Performance parts for the Bronco will be extensive. Lift kits that don't affect factory warranty! Yakima roof racks I believe has been working on accessories as well. The Raptor has factory bead lock wheels available, Recaro seats.. Why wouldn't they offer those in the Bronco as well.

Those taillight housing are likely factory production. The grill and bumper as well... Which tells me the headlights won't be round. They will be the "new" Ford C shaped. The hood/fender body line was done intentionally as well to match the EB.

Rumor is the next gen Raptor will get IRS... I am torn between the solid axles and IFS. Knowing that I won't be rock crawling in a $60k plus truck, IFS/IRS is probably a better option. I hope that factory/Ford Performance parts include bumpers, light mounts, lift kits and high quality shocks.

I am just amazed that Ford can keep info from leaking.
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A couple of my best friends had 1979 Broncos. They reaffirmed my opinion that four wheel drive without proper tires will just get you another 50 feet before getting stuck vs. 2 wheel drive. We got ourselves in so much trouble with those oversize, overweight trucks.
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Larger than a bronco or bronco2? That don't look like the size of a full size bronco. I hope I'm wrong. And a full size bronco with a 4 cyl EcoBoost is gonna be a dog, at least do the 2.7 eco.
The first gen original Bronco was not "full size". This will be larger than that, but it won't be full size.

The 2.7 from what I have heard will be available.

Much like the Wrangler, but this will have an independent front suspension.
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