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Appears to share some of Bronco Sport's interior palette, which is to be expected and not a bad thing, personally.

Having available moonroof, is a good thing. I like them and would for sure choose package or standalone option to include.
 

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Interior is very similar to Bronco Sport. I imagine the options and packages will be very similar as well.
meaning the FX4 will likely have a DUAL CLUTCH diff. Will be a very capable off road truck.
 

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Well, that bad boy ain’t gonna be under 35k! Nice Though.
 

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Well, that bad boy ain’t gonna be under 35k! Nice Though.
Nope, nothing you see in that photo is near $20,000. Doesn't bother me as I'm interested in these upper trims, but take 85% of the "nice" things you see here and remove them to get the "base" model. LoL!
 

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Well, that bad boy ain’t gonna be under 35k! Nice Though.
Don’t say never. Lariat fx4 2.0 awd will likely start around 30k up to 40k.
 

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Also, that screen size shown above looks wider than our Badlands...could that be possibly a Sync 4?
 

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I hope you’re right. If I can get 2.0, AWD for about 30k or a little less I’m extremely interested. Still not a fan of turbos for long term reliability…
There are literally millions of 2.0 ecoboost out there and there hasn’t been any wide spread issues with them. Even 150k+ miles
 

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There are literally millions of 2.0 ecoboost out there and there hasn’t been any wide spread issues with them. Even 150k+ miles
Good to hear. I'll do more research.
 
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