Not much of a contest! I do wish he would have said that this is the rare First Edition and you can get the same off-road tech on the Badlands for 33-36K. Either way, it was another head to head showing how good our Bronco Sports truly are!
Not surprised. There's just something about the Bronco Sport. It's steadily climbed my list off all-time favorite vehicles. The appreciation I have for this vehicle just keeps growing. I have the BL and it's prowess off-road is impressive and on-road in wet and snowy conditions is super...
Ugh sorry about your BS. As a Wyomingite, we all know to always be alert for deer (and bigger). The risk just increases from dusk on. You'll see a lot of us drop our speed significantly in the higher risk areas at that time. 70 down to 55 or so. They always say you don't become a true Wyomingite...
No, it should not do that. If you set a GOAT mode while in park and then go to drive, it will not change. Are you saying yours is changing or just going back to Normal mode? It should not matter whether you change a GOAT mode in Park or Drive it will stay that way until you turn the motor off.
My Badlands is averaging a little under 27 mpg after 4500 miles and much of that is in the dirt. Mileage definitely went up a couple mpg after the break-in period. Frequently getting 28-30 mpg now on normal dirt 30-60 mph outings.
Drove it around the property yesterday with 10 inches of snow to test modes. Didn't break a sweat at 10". Mud/Ruts seemed best overall. Slippery did allow for a little slip but not much. Used Rock/Crawl briefly but it seemed overkill. Sand mode seemed solid too. Even plain regular mode was just...
Nothing yet (we'll see if it earns one down the road)
I've only named two vehicles ever: 68 Bronco is Sherpa because it can climb anything.
My Raptor was Thunder Beast because of the 6.2L and aftermarket exhaust.
BL BS Hmmm.