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The latest Bronco Sport order guide (9/7/20) has been added to the first post.

LATEST ORDER GUIDE UPDATES
  • Updated: Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist 2.0 to “Assist+” on Outer Banks and Badlands
  • Added: Note to optional Tire (T7F)
  • Removed: Late Availability from Cargo Management System and Front and Rear Splash Guards
What does note to optional tire mean?
 

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What does note to optional tire mean?
Its a note on the optional A/T tire and wheel availability, #T7F:

Tire – Falken Wildpeak – 235/65R17 A/T Off-Road
Note: Available with 17” Carbonized Gray-painted Aluminum Wheel – Standard Wheel
Note: Included with 17” Carbonized Gray-painted Low Gloss Aluminum Wheel (64V)
 

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just so I’m clear. If I decide to get : Note: Included with 17” Carbonized Gray-painted Low Gloss Aluminum Wheel (64V) for the additional $300. It comes with the bigger AT tire?
 

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just so I’m clear. If I decide to get : Note: Included with 17” Carbonized Gray-painted Low Gloss Aluminum Wheel (64V) for the additional $300. It comes with the bigger AT tire?
I agree with how you read it, so yes.
 

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just so I’m clear. If I decide to get : Note: Included with 17” Carbonized Gray-painted Low Gloss Aluminum Wheel (64V) for the additional $300. It comes with the bigger AT tire?
According to my dealer the build and price is wrong. So yes, the upgrade Badland wheels (Low gloss aluminum 64V) do come standard with Falken 235/65r17 tires, but the cost is actually $795. You'll notice on Build and Price if you look at quoting just the cost of upgraded tires to the standard wheels, it quotes you $495.
 

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According to my dealer the build and price is wrong. So yes, the upgrade Badland wheels (Low gloss aluminum 64V) do come standard with Falken 235/65r17 tires, but the cost is actually $795. You'll notice on Build and Price if you look at quoting just the cost of upgraded tires to the standard wheels, it quotes you $495.
That’s correct. When you choose the optional wheel, the bigger tire is included. The actual price for both tire and wheel are listed as the optional wheel price. The logic is correct to me. Because you can’t buy the optional wheels without getting the bigger tire so choosing that wheel is a $795 choice.
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Once you've had a car with it, you will never want to go back, its saved our bacon more than once from other inattentive drivers or drivers doing intentionally stupid things.

I'll gladly pay up for all the tech I can get.
most people I know turn off all the assist stuff. I like the copilot 360, but I have no need for the assist + package.
 

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Ford Co-Pilot360
  • Auto High-Beam Headlamps
  • BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) with Cross-Traffic Alert
  • Lane-Keeping System (includes Lane-Keeping Assist, LaneKeeping Alert and Driver Alert)
  • Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB)
  • Rear View Camera (includes Camera Washer)
  • Headlamps – Autolamp (Automatic On/Off)
  • Hill Start Assist
  • Post-Collision Braking
  • Rain-Sensing Wipers (Front Only)

Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist +
  • Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go and Lane Centering
  • Evasive Steering Assist
  • Voice-Activated Touchscreen Navigation System with Pinch-to-Zoom Capability
  • SiriusXM Traffic and Travel Link®

Ford Co‑Pilot360 Assist 2.0 upgrades Ford Co‑Pilot360 Assist+
  • Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Adding a new feature: Intersection Assist.
This is great, Albert. Thanks for posting it. I had been looking for a chart or something to compare them and couldn't find anything.
 

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This is great, Albert. Thanks for posting it. I had been looking for a chart or something to compare them and couldn't find anything.
Yes that information is from 3 separate technology files that I have from Ford...

We have to test on them and I keep all for future reference like this...
 

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According to my dealer the build and price is wrong. So yes, the upgrade Badland wheels (Low gloss aluminum 64V) do come standard with Falken 235/65r17 tires, but the cost is actually $795. You'll notice on Build and Price if you look at quoting just the cost of upgraded tires to the standard wheels, it quotes you $495.
I was going to add the wheels and tires for $300 but $795 is just too much IMO. I will just buy bigger tires (maybe wheels, too). Then I can sell the stock set. I'm sure a Big Bend or even an Outerbanks customer would love to have the stock Badland wheels

Or another option is to get winter tires for the OEM wheels and then buy aftermarket wheels with bigger tires for the summer months.
 

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I was going to add the wheels and tires for $300 but $795 is just too much IMO. I will just buy bigger tires (maybe wheels, too). Then I can sell the stock set. I'm sure a Big Bend or even an Outerbanks customer would love to have the stock Badland wheels

Or another option is to get winter tires for the OEM wheels and then buy aftermarket wheels with bigger tires for the summer months.
Hmm...good thinking, standard gray-painted wheels aren't too bad in photos, darker than I would have thought. $800 for a set of winter or summer tires, with $ left over and sell stock tires and might be able to put toward 2nd set wheels...hmmm.
 

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Hmm...good thinking, standard gray-painted wheels aren't too bad in photos, darker than I would have thought. $800 for a set of winter or summer tires, with $ left over and sell stock tires and might be able to put toward 2nd set wheels...hmmm.
Unless you are planning on buying actual steel wheels, I don't see how you would have money left over?

I was going to add the wheels and tires for $300 but $795 is just too much IMO. I will just buy bigger tires (maybe wheels, too). Then I can sell the stock set. I'm sure a Big Bend or even an Outerbanks customer would love to have the stock Badland wheels

Or another option is to get winter tires for the OEM wheels and then buy aftermarket wheels with bigger tires for the summer months.
While I agree with you that $800 is quite a bit considering that there is a fine set of wheels and tires on the car as it comes... however, finding another set of wheels & tires that I/or you would "want" are probably going to cost more than $800.

With that said.. yes selling the stock tires and wheels will offset the cost.. but at best how much do you think you can get for the stock set? $200? $400?

I guess if you are planning to have two sets of wheels anyways, then that would make sense.
 

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The wheel and tire upgrade is a must have for me. I’m picky about wheels. Most cars wheels look terrible to me because I have a very specific taste, different from the majority of both stock and aftermarket customers. The $795 option is one of the few wheels I’ve seen and actually liked. This cost is justified for me personally for that reason.

This is my reasoning.. I haven’t priced the 225 tire but I’m just going to estimate the 235 is $30 more each. So including the spare it’s $150. That would make each wheel about $130 more than the included wheel. I’m okay with that.

Also.. I will be financing. So this cost will be about a couple cups of coffee a month. I brew my own coffee so I can tell myself this is a free option
 

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Unless you are planning on buying actual steel wheels, I don't see how you would have money left over?
Bad wording, yes $800 put toward new wheels (2nd set) essentially.

I should note after seeing the BL today the steelies look phenomenal. Having said that I imagine the stock are darker than the CGI photos as shown in user uploaded content and should look nice too. Might have put me over edge for steelies but unfortunately didn't have time during lunch to wait for them to open the doors.... so BL package still on the fence.
 
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The wheel and tire upgrade is a must have for me. I’m picky about wheels. Most cars wheels look terrible to me because I have a very specific taste, different from the majority of both stock and aftermarket customers. The $795 option is one of the few wheels I’ve seen and actually liked. This cost is justified for me personally for that reason.

This is my reasoning.. I haven’t priced the 225 tire but I’m just going to estimate the 235 is $30 more each. So including the spare it’s $150. That would make each wheel about $130 more than the included wheel. I’m okay with that.

Also.. I will be financing. So this cost will be about a couple cups of coffee a month. I brew my own coffee so I can tell myself this is a free option

I'm kinda sort of the same way... and I do like those fake steelies. Honestly if they put a package of 1" lift + the BFG MT tires on fake steelies for $1000 I'd be much happier camper...
 
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