The steering wheel stalks are pretty common in both their placement and their operation. Would you really want this information included in a video? Should brake pedal location and usage be covered as well?😂
Wow, some harsh critics in this thread!
Having watched some of his other videos it seems he likes trying to get over an obstacle using “normal“ modes before he changes to something else. He wants to see how well the vehicle performs without the electronic aids. I think it’s a good way to see...
I agree that the auto stop/start can be annoying, but it is a useful feature. The amount of fuel that is wasted on idling cars throughout the world must be horrendous.
If I don’t feel like using it, a simple button press or a shift to Sport mode is all it takes.
With the remnants of Hurricane Ida passing through my area recently, I had a chance to play around with the Sirius XM weather app and I’m pretty impressed. Not only did it show fairly recent radar data, but it overlaid that on top of a surface analysis map. It‘s tough to see in the picture, but...
Nice video. One of the reasons I wanted the Sport vs the full size Bronco was the dimensions and fuel economy. I do a lot of city and highway driving, so higher fuel economy and smaller size were priorities. I think Ford did a great job making the Sport just big enough.
If someone genuinely needs a big vehicle, that’s fine. But the hate I’ve seen lately just because the Sport is not 23 feet long, 9 feet tall, and diesel powered is just silly.
I agree, the vast majority of what I need to do is covered by the Sport.
I’m also a fan of the size and proportions. I overheard a man who is apparently much manlier than all of us combined badmouthing the Sport recently. “It’s so small I don’t even consider it a Bronco.”
I’m not sure what he drives. A tank maybe? Anyway, for the rest of us who have nothing to...