Resale values might drop a bit, but I don't see them "tanking." The Bronco still has a lot to prove.Amazing to me, that current Wrangler owners on this forum want the Bronco to be a great hit so their resale value of their Wrangler will tank, but maybe the Ford dealer will give em a good number on their trade in
Are we going to have a new section for the Bronco? Lol
Jay, please don't clutter this place with Bronco crap. If you like it so much why don't you create a Bronco forum... and marry it?
Well, the forum needed something more to talk about and this week was newsworthy for the industry.Jay, please don't clutter this place with Bronco crap. If you like it so much why don't you create a Bronco forum... and marry it?
Obviously it is time to start the poor steering dealership real tire life thumb switch thread. Just pony up a few posts but don't change your horse mid-stream, just bridle the nay-sayers and make hay before it gets too colt.Well, the forum needed something more to talk about and this week was newsworthy for the industry.
After all, how many more posts do we need to dedicate to poor steering, poor dealership experience, debating what a “real Jeeper is,” debating what size tire should go with whatever size lift kit, and trying to figure out what the little thumb wheel next to the light switch goes to?
I hate Road and Track. They try to write their articles like they are scholars and poets. Just tell us about the vehicles and stop trying to think you’re artists...I like Bob Lutz, he generally has good insight. Then again, I might be biased since he was responsible for bringing the Monaro to the states.