Really great Bronco features you'd like in the Wrangler

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Like many of you, I'm just getting my feet wet with Ford's Bronco offerings, how they're marketing the new vehicle and the features it has.

If you run across ideas the Ford design team had that you'd like to see incorporated into a Wrangler, do share here.

For example, I like how the back seats--at least from some video I saw--have the ability to put the seat up to store items hidden below.
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Now remember y’all I am a new Jeeper so a little grace before someone throws some shade lol, but I did like the interior bike rack. I also liked the price points for the various packages. Smile y’all life is good!
 

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off road package available even on base model

35" tires stock
body mounted mirrors
half doors that stow in the cargo area
fully open roof
front camera
vinyl seats (is the floor carpet?)
modular hardtop has removable "freedom panels" over the rear seats instead of a giant half shell.
factory beadlocks

Now remember y’all I am a new Jeeper so a little grace before someone throws some shade lol, but I did like the interior bike rack. I also liked the price points for the various packages. Smile y’all life is good!
i didnt see interior bike rack. ive watched a few videos. got a link?
 

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Body-mounted mirrors
Pull-out tailgate
Gas strut on the swing gate
More modular hardtop
Frameless doors

off road package available even on base model

35" tires stock
Yeah, 35" tires on the base model from the factory is incredible

vinyl seats (is the floor carpet?)
The ones with vinyl seats have a rubberized floor with drain plugs. Cloth or leather get carpet from what I understand.

i didnt see interior bike rack. ive watched a few videos. got a link?
That's on the Bronco Sport.
 

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The doors are okay, but tall for half doors so I don't really care about the ones that the Bronco has. Storing them in the back is kinda silly to me as I always have a cooler or dog with me.

I like the mirror on the body, but I hope that it's also removable. I would hate to knock it off on a tight trail.

35s this should already be offered for the Wrangler. I don't necessarily want stock 35s, but it is a point of pride for Ford that their Raptor, Tremor, and now Bronco have 35s
 

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off road package available even on base model

35" tires stock
body mounted mirrors
half doors that stow in the cargo area
fully open roof
front camera
vinyl seats (is the floor carpet?)
modular hardtop has removable "freedom panels" over the rear seats instead of a giant half shell.
factory beadlocks



i didnt see interior bike rack. ive watched a few videos. got a link?
let me see if I can
off road package available even on base model

35" tires stock
body mounted mirrors
half doors that stow in the cargo area
fully open roof
front camera
vinyl seats (is the floor carpet?)
modular hardtop has removable "freedom panels" over the rear seats instead of a giant half shell.
factory beadlocks



i didnt see interior bike rack. ive watched a few videos. got a link?
https://www.motorauthority.com/news/1128801_2021-ford-bronco-reveal-livestream

About the 9:45 mark.
 

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The doors are okay, but tall for half doors so I don't really care about the ones that the Bronco has. Storing them in the back is kinda silly to me as I always have a cooler or dog with me.

I like the mirror on the body, but I hope that it's also removable. I would hate to knock it off on a tight trail.

35s this should already be offered for the Wrangler. I don't necessarily want stock 35s, but it is a point of pride for Ford that their Raptor, Tremor, and now Bronco have 35s
Agree. There was so much hype about patented new technology to store doors which is just putting them in bags in the cargo area? LOL. 35's from the factory and the slightly longer 2Dr dimensions are the two things I wish Jeep had done.
 

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Body-mounted mirrors
Pull-out tailgate
Gas strut on the swing gate
More modular hardtop
Frameless doors

Yeah, 35" tires on the base model from the factory is incredible

The ones with vinyl seats have a rubberized floor with drain plugs. Cloth or leather get carpet from what I understand.

That's on the Bronco Sport.
i would LOVE to have rubberized floor with drain plugs. i would to be able to take a hose to the interior of my jeep and just wash it out. wth do i need carpet on the floor for. its constantly dirty from off roading and kids. i have the rubber floor mats but thats really no comparison to a rubber floor that you can hose off.

my wife is loving the bronco. idk if she wants me to trade the jeep in or get one for herself lol. either way, it wont be out for a year and then ford dealers will be stupid with mark ups and what not. i cant wait to see some comparos between the two. they do look great.

we went to the Miller Trail this past weekend. there are some parts my jeep struggled a little to get over (no lockers). guy with a near stock ZR2 with us climbed everything with no issues, on 32" tires.
 

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Agree. There was so much hype about patented new technology to store doors which is just putting them in bags in the cargo area? LOL. 35's from the factory and the slightly longer 2Dr dimensions are the two things I wish Jeep had done.
i think its pretty cool. is the patented technology how theyre stored or how the doors come off and/or how theyre made? its a lot easier to store half a door than four full size doors. they could fit on shelves in the garage as opposed to having to have their own wall.
id rather see if the whole/most of the modular top can be stored in the back. that would be really cool.
 

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Small wish list,
Rubicon needs:
35” stock (37” option)
High abrasion fabric seats. Maybe something like a waxed canvas. Why is there leather in a vehicle that says “Rubicon”.
Exposed door trim, like LR defender.
heavier duty center rest.
Rubber flooring option.
Rear area rubberized, why is it standard plastic?
Grab handle/side visor.
Multi piece hardtop.
Heavier duty roll bar. This should standard in all Jeeps.
Real Rubicon rims. These aluminum ones are nice, but a joke.
Do we need a Jeep that slots up?
Real roof rack that attaches down to the roll bar for 400lb for tie down loads.
A rear seat head rest that detaches or folds. This is a ridiculous oversight. Don’t they test cars with car seats?

I mean, I wouldn’t mind a better engine, but I’d rather have utilitarian improvements.
 

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off road package available even on base model

35" tires stock
body mounted mirrors
half doors that stow in the cargo area
fully open roof
front camera
vinyl seats (is the floor carpet?)
modular hardtop has removable "freedom panels" over the rear seats instead of a giant half shell.
factory beadlocks
Add in LED lights, power windows, and keyless entry, and AC as standard across the board without jacking up the price too much.
 
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