Sounds like that dealer got tired of giving you the information that you want.
FWIW, I found it very frustrating when my parents bought a car in British Columbia. Here is the US, Chrysler/FCA/Stellantis is quite upfront if you qualify for Employee Pricing, Affiliate Rewards, or whatever...
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Yes, the V6 has proved itself many times over. EcoDiesel appears to hit the reset button every couple years.
Not sure there are any limitations to modding a Wrangler with the EcoDiesel.
Agree, it was a fair comparison.
Yeah, 35-inch tires make a big difference. I noticed first-hand when I went from 33 to 35 inch tires on my Sahara: all of a sudden big obstacles on the trail didn't seem that big any more.
Every time I see a video of a Bronco crawling over rocks it is...
TFL just uploaded a 3-way real-world off-road comparo between Ford Bronco Sasquatch, Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 4Xe and Land Rover Defender.
The Defender didn't even make it half way up due to the low profile tires.
In the end they give the nod to the Bronco over the Rubicon primarily due to the...
Since you are still under warranty, my guess is FCA is on the hook to make sure your vehicle complies with 50 state emission regulations, no?
I’d take it back to the dealer, and make sure they document into the system that you’ve been having issues with the sensors before the warranty ended.
I don't think there is a point in insisting that comparisons be between a 4-cyl vs 4-cyl, hybrid vs hybrid, etc.
Automakers make the decision to offer certain engines based on development costs, projected sales, estimated profits, manufacturing constraints, environmental regulations, consumer...
See if I get this. When the 2.7 Bronco beats Wrangler V6 we don't care because these are offroad vehicles and track numbers don't apply to them. But when a 4xe, which represents less than 2% of Wrangler sales, beats a 2.7 Bronco in a drag race we are supposed to care?
Okay. Got it.
I have a hard time believing that Ford consciously decided to have the rear of the soft top open up like that.
A more likely scenario, IMO, is that engineers ran into difficulties and it was either delay launch for another six to twelve months, or cut their loses, compromise and do it like...
Yeah, you can really see on that video how far those flares stick out.
In fairness, this particular Bronco has the widetrack option.
Apparently, Ford is under the impression that a wide track gives you an advantage on the trails... 😫
This! This is how you open the rear with the sot top. There’s no separate curtain to access the cargo area. You have to lift the entire rear quarter section.
Those plastic windows are going to last 6 months; 2 months in winter.
I usually send them a PM. They get back to me within 48 hours with a quote that includes the 5% discount.
I got their Stealth 10 winch; it looks and feels high quality, and is loaded with features. Love it.