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  1. Announced: Manual being offered on Sasquatch package for Bronco.
  2. and a chrome emblem like the Mustang and Bronco!
  3. This IS "cool truck news". Just not "big truck news". 😉
  4. Oddly enough, that's just the Lariat grille with some paint highlights. Odd they chose that over a unique grille for this package.
  5. Graphics package is an option. Note the red Tremor doesn't have it. I totally dig the graphics though, very retro 80's feel to it.
  6. Looks like size-wise, it will be close to the OG Ranger.
  7. I think you are correct about my measurements being off. If the wheels are 18", here is a Ranger superCrew Lariat imposed over it (rear wheels lined up perfectly, both vehicles assumed to have 18"...well those are definitely 18 inchers on the Ranger). I'd say the wheelbase of the Maverick is closer to around 114" and the bed is around 48". Eyeballing that. Hard to tell exactly where the cab ends and the bed starts on the Maverick though. Cab sizes seem to be similar though the Ranger has more height (and I'm sure a good amount in width as well). Wheelbase looks to be about a foot longer or so on the Ranger and the bed being about a foot longer as well (the way they line up above, the tailgate of the Ranger lines up with the bumper of the Maverick). This looks like it is going to be a tweener and the Ranger will need to grow a bit in size.
  8. Using this pic as a guide: Assuming the wheels are 17" (to use as a base length), the wheelbase is approximately 102.4" and the bed is approximately 44" (measured from back of door seam to black vertical stripe in camo (end of taillight). For comparison, the Ranger wheelbase is 126.8" and the short bed is 60" It is way smaller than it looks in pics. Look at the pic from the front and see how big the guy looks inside it.
  9. Those are the special Bronco Ski-Anywhere™ version.
  10. I know right? I bought mine in January of '19 and we are slowly creeping up on '21. Insane. (and because of this stupid pandemic, I only have 19k miles on it)
  11. I still can't believe I've had my '19 Ranger for the better part of 2 years. It still feels like I just got it.
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    Jeep Grand Wagoneer

    With the exception of the roof color (which may or may not be a production thing), the design is refreshingly simple compared to most over-styled vehicles these days. It seems to be a design meant to age well without any gimmicks to tie it to a certain era.
  13. Anthony

    Jeep Grand Wagoneer

    I dont think it looks like anything else TBH. I do think it will change some minds when it is seen in person as most vehicles these days. The more I see it, the more it grows on me. I think the main thing about it is how it is Tahoe-sized, but the design makes it look much smaller and not as bloated (again, those are 24" inch wheels on the concept).
  14. Anthony

    2022 Hyundai Tucson teasers

    lol. That’s a bit of a stretch. Maybe if I squint?
  15. Anthony

    Jeep Grand Wagoneer

    The more I look at it, the more I like it. I think the way the windows go into the black roof (which may or not be a production item) throws off the height a bit (and having no black-out in between the windows). I really think this is one of those vehicles that will need to be seen in person to truly understand what it looks like. If it has presence in person (remember this is Ram-sized) it may be a winner. The size is hard to gauge in photos because it shares a resemblance to smaller Jeeps, but to give an indication, those wheels are 24". Edit: and watching the video above with b-roll in real-life roads makes it look a bit better too.
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