Besides item 6, Ford makes the vehicle you want...1 - Easy to remove/reinstall fenders.
2 - Body mounted mirrors and frameless doors that can be stored inside.
3 - 4.7 gears with 10 speed auto
4 - Gasoline Turbo 6-cyl with 400 lbft
5 - Brake turn assist
6. - Factory 37s like what has been spotted testing on the "Warthog"
Everything this guy saidBronco things I like:
- Better Seats
- Aux Switches up high by the rear-view mirror
- 360 camera
- Wireless CarPlay/Wireless Charging
- Standard LEDs
- I like the frameless doors, but with the half-door solution Jeep just released I don't see that changing. I wish Jeep had a better solution for uppers on half doors
- Armorlite Flooring as a Mopar option
- I think Jeep should do a significantly upgraded interior for the Sahara to really differentiate it from the other trims
- Simpler plug for the doors when you take them off
- Like the longer wheelbase of the 2-door
Actually, Mopar offers a Warn winch as a dealer-installed option, but you pay hundreds more for the privilege of the Mopar name on it.Everything this guy said
+ that center dash phone\camera mounting solution and USB charging port.
+ Warn winch as factory option
+ trail turn assist maybe?
Not that I agree with it, but I think given the ballooning prices on Wranglers, a lot of people want those “mods” wrapped into their monthly payment/lease payment. And then there’s the issue of the warranty, especially if you are leasing.I don't get why so many people want things that can be handled in the aftermarket more inexpensively, think they should be provided as standard on a new Wrangler. The true cost of a vehicle is the purchase price out-the-door, all your mods, maintenance, licensing and insurance. If it can be fixed in the aftermarket, what's the problem?
• Mirrors on doors -- buy a cheap set of off-door mirrors.
• Bigger entertainment screen? -- mount an iPad on an arm. Then you can have a 13" screen.
• Bigger tires? Gear ratios? Lockers? Different top options? Aftermarket has more choices. If you have to have the warranty, build potential repair costs into your savings and if it doesn't break, great!
That's the 2nd biggest drawback to a Bronco in my mind, after the inability to buy one -- the aftermarket vendors haven't ramped up to support it yet. So its going to be pretty stock for a while.
Some other corresponding benefits besides just the interior space:This is what a JL "LJ" would look like built on a 108-inch wheelbase, about halfway between the current 2-door (96.8) and 4 door (118.4).
Don't tell it doesn't look HAWT!
Imagine a 2-door with decent rear entry/egress and cargo space.
I'd get one...!