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  1. Once they make a Ranger-sized pickup I will!
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    Edge beyond 2022

    The Edge really is the perfect-sized vehicle when you have 2 or fewer kids. Monstrous back seat, great storage, and is super comfy for front passengers as well. I hope that something similar sized is offered in the future.
  3. I take back all my complaints about the fenders. I just watched Doug DeMuro’s review and seeing it “in person kinda” really shows it has much better integration than photos let on. It is totally fine. Also the big piece in the back isn’t really big. It actually follows the wheel arch the same width as the rest of the fender. The shape of the wheel arch and the back of the truck gives a weird perspective of making it look larger than it actually is.
  4. I am not sure why they had to cover over half of the rear quarter with plastic. (I mean, I understand if they are making a tribute to 2000's Pontiacs <sarcasm>). I haven't read into the design aspect in articles, but was it mentioned if there is a functional reason for that? Don't get me wrong, the truck is awesome, but I do not like the overdone design of the fender extensions. I think (unless there is a functional reason for them to go so far upward into the body) they could have been incorporated a bit more elegantly.
  5. It may not be the prettiest thing on 4 wheels, but it is BEEFY.
  6. Bronco Raptor is incredible, but I am not feeling that rear wheel flare. The front one looks a bit goofy too the way it folds and continues into the body. I'm sure once I see one in person I'll completely forget about it, but just a first impression. Otherwise, great job as always Ford!
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    Ford Mondeo released

    See a lot of Mach-E influence in the rear haunches (last two pics especially). "A little Mustang in everything we build"
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    Ford Mondeo released

    Same design as seen in the previous leaks (obviously). Looks good if you ask me.
  9. Brampton was closed for weeks as well due to chip shortages. Regardless of the why, the lack of sales and the lack of priority these vehicles receive points out we are in the last years of traditional pony cars. Kind of a bummer, but Ford and to an extent Dodge, seem to always pull a rabbit out of their hats that get people excited again.
  10. But that's the thing...we don't know. So to say the reason the Challenger outsold the Mustang purely because of chip supply is a bit of a stretch. After all, this was a global issue that could have easily affected both companies. Who knows? Maybe it was chips, maybe it was people wanting something with a V8 and a usable back seat or maybe it was none of the above. But I won't be making any assumptions in that regard. We just know the end result.
  11. Dodge may only have 3 vehicles, but Stellantis has 15 brands (Dodge being one of them) and way more vehicles to spread the chips around. If anything they should be a worse place chip-wise than Ford. And I doubt the Challenger was a priority when deciding where chips were allocated, more like Ram and Jeep.
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