This interior walkthrough is with the new, full-sized Ford Bronco. Lets look at the screens, switchgear, and other interesting details that come thanks to a vehicle whose doors and roof can be removed.
See the full review of the 2021 Bronco here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BS2hTah4N-A
In this video, I do a full walkaround and review of the FULL-SIZED Bronco from Ford. Note I said full-sized. Not the Bronco Sport, whose review is linked below.
Is the Bronco a Wrangler slayer? That depends on what you think of as “slaying” the Wrangler. It’s certainly very, very good and very comparable. Which is exactly what Ford aimed for. There are differences, however, and I think that the Bronco, while having a lot of overlap in its audience appeal, will appeal to some people who are turned off by the Wrangler for some reasons. Whatever the case, it’s great to see the iconic and long-dominant Wrangler finally have some serious competition.
A full interior walkthrough with more closeups of the buttons and switchgear is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YoOWuNyBkl8
Ford Bronco Sport review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hp0lM2NMY34
The 2021 Bronco Sport is the new “Baby Bronco” from Ford. Many have been looking forward to the spiritual successor to the Bronco II, but I didn’t expect much. Once I learned that it was a compact and car-based (unibody) in construction, I had little hopes for it being anything special. Instead, I was surprised at how astute this little Bronco Jr is. Check it out!
While controversial on its launch, the Ford Mustang Mach-E has proven itself to be a winner to most of those who’ve driven it. In this video, we talk about the new electric crossover from Ford and about Kristin’s impressions and daily use of it for a week. Aaron tries not to ramble on about things too much too. It’s refreshing.
In this episode, Kristin and Aaron talk about friends who are looking to replace their Ford Flex models. On Kristin’s side, her friend still needs a family vehicle and wants to keep the versatility of a crossover, but has some specific requirements that we discuss. On Aaron’s side, his friend is downsizing vehicles and looking to go into the luxury realm for a replacement.
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In this review, I get into the 2020 Ford Ranger in its Lariat 4×4 package and talk about the hits and misses for this little truck. The Ranger is somewhat unique in that it gets compared to larger, more capable pickups and yet isn’t one of them and shouldn’t be confused with one. Instead, it’s a small, capable pickup with a mixture of car and truck attributes. Check it out.
*Editorial update: As commentators have pointed out, I was incorrect in stating that the Lariat trim is the middle trim for the Ranger. It is the top trim.
See the interior (2019 model) here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZsQ_SvXUVc
Here’s me answering a question about the Ranger’s marketing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=UUjbo5UI1IZ-1Oq4gylz-8Vw&v=s7fFj70fw8c