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So one thing I learned.. didn't realise the the Safari roofline, and the limited roof load capability when driving. So my fat ass can sleep in the tent, but don't want to load it down when driving... :D
 

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So one thing I learned.. didn't realise the the Safari roofline, and the limited roof load capability when driving. So my fat ass can sleep in the tent, but don't want to load it down when driving... :D
Yea makes sense. Have to account for load shifting during acceleration, braking, etc.

I'm still going through the document. Awesome having all this info in one doc!
 

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Front 180-Degree Off-Road Camera with Washer

Provides the driver a wider vision of the road — or trails.

In Mud/Ruts, Sand and Rock Crawl Modes (TMS), the camera turns on automatically to help the driver see the surface and obstacles ahead

Camera operational speed is below 15 mph

Camera is also available in all other Drive Modes
For the camera view, the driver must press the camera switch to turn on
Camera is operational below 7 mph

Cool!
 

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I wonder why there is a loss of cargo space when you have the 2.0L over the 1.5L.
Cargo Volume (cu. ft.)
Behind 1st row 65.2 (1.5L) 60.6 (2.0L)
Behind 2nd row (max.) 32.5 (1.5L) 29.4 (2.0L)
?????
 

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I wonder why there is a loss of cargo space when you have the 2.0L over the 1.5L.
Cargo Volume (cu. ft.)
Behind 1st row 65.2 (1.5L) 60.6 (2.0L)
Behind 2nd row (max.) 32.5 (1.5L) 29.4 (2.0L)
?????
I was wondering the same thing. It would be great to get an explanation for this. The difference is significant.
 

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I was wondering the same thing. It would be great to get an explanation for this. The difference is significant.
I wonder if the engine compartment is longer and the cabin slightly shorter with the 2.0. If so, that would certainly exclude larger engines in the future, and that might also explain why the 2.0 is limited to the Badlands.
 

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I wonder why there is a loss of cargo space when you have the 2.0L over the 1.5L.
Cargo Volume (cu. ft.)
Behind 1st row 65.2 (1.5L) 60.6 (2.0L)
Behind 2nd row (max.) 32.5 (1.5L) 29.4 (2.0L)
?????
I have nothing on that I would need to see them...

Cannot believe that they make 2 configurations in the rear of a mass production vehicle..
 

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I wonder why there is a loss of cargo space when you have the 2.0L over the 1.5L.
Cargo Volume (cu. ft.)
Behind 1st row 65.2 (1.5L) 60.6 (2.0L)
Behind 2nd row (max.) 32.5 (1.5L) 29.4 (2.0L)
?????
I notice the same thing, I think the badlands and FE come with a full spare, others come with a mini. That's the only thing I could come up with, page 76.
 

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I notice the same thing, I think the badlands and FE come with a full spare, others come with a mini. That's the only thing I could come up with, page 76.
And the spare is underneath the cargo area? Don't think we've seen photos of that.. but that could explain it.
 

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I have nothing on that I would need to see them...

Cannot believe that they make 2 configurations in the rear of a mass production vehicle..
You da dealer.. sounds like a question you need to ask up the foodchain! :D
 

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I wonder why there is a loss of cargo space when you have the 2.0L over the 1.5L.
Cargo Volume (cu. ft.)
Behind 1st row 65.2 (1.5L) 60.6 (2.0L)
Behind 2nd row (max.) 32.5 (1.5L) 29.4 (2.0L)
?????
I believe there are two different configurations of roofs only. One with moonroof (that takes about 2 cu. ft. away) and one without moonroof (+2 cu. ft.)

Then in the cargo area.. The 2.0L loses another 2 cu. ft. due to a lack of floor height adjustment to make room for a full size spare. The 1.5L can probably lower and raise the loading floor. So I’m thinking this is not a separate configuration.
 
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