YupI fear too much electronic technology. Once that stuff starts malfunctioning, it gets expensive to repair.
This sums it up nicely...I worry that they will continue postponing it, causing me to keep having to hear about it. I'm most excited about it being released so I don't have to hear about it as much.
It seems a safe bet that the first ones you do see on the trail will be driven by the same dipshits that run over your drive through signs. Not because I think the vehicle will overall necessarily attract that crowd but rather for the price most older and wiser people may not be bringing their brand new high dollar rig to those types of trails right off the bat. My guess is they will be daily drivers and their 66-96 bronco will go wheeling ;/ The little idiot who’s rig was bought by mommy and daddy’s money though... they won’t think twice.I am excited about running into one on the trail... because I want to see what it's got. I am worried that it will turn into the Bro Heeps that run around with every bolt-on imaginable and being driven by people who can't pilot their rig and clip drive-through order signs as they round the corner because they have oversized tires that climb curbs. A fact of which the driver is unaware because those 38" tires have never seen a trail in their M/T life. Am I against "oversized tires?" Not at all. Am I against "morons?" Absolutely. But, in particular, the ones who screw up my drive-though experience.
Our fullsize bronco is the same wheelbase as a 4-door escape, and the new bronco is ranger sized, so the 2-door will have a similar, if not smaller wheelbase than our truck.I have several concerns, 1. all the photos show a vehicle that is way too low to the ground - not off road worthy in any way. 2. Please show me where in history the Bronco was ever a long wheelbase 4 door, pretty sure that's called an Explorer or Expedition. I know they are trying to compete with the Wrangler and the 4 door has been very popular for Jeep, but that isnt what a Bronco is. I was thinking of some clever clamshell type back doors to give the 2 door look but with much better back seat access. I guess I'd be OK if they made a 4 door in addition to the 2 door. In either case it MUST be high enough to be off-road worthy and have a distinctive tough truck Bronco look.