Multiple non promotional Bronco Sport pictures found on Instagram

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Great find. I'm surprised there isn't more interest in the Sport. Granted, I would be in line for a 2 door if my lease wasn't up in JAN. But still, I think they look sharp. And love the Cactus Grey photo - reaffirms my decision.
 
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Great find. I'm surprised there isn't more interest in the Sport. Granted, I would be in line for a 2 door if my lease wasn't up in JAN. But still, I think they look sharp. And love the Cactus Grey photo - reaffirms my decision.
My lease is up in February! I really want a 2 door but do not want to extend my lease until they are widely available. I currently drive a 19 Jeep Cherokee, so I’m used to a smaller SUV type. I’m not much of an off-roader but do enjoy the ability to drive to trial heads, driving on I paved roads with little worries etc.

I’m seriously thinking of a lease on a Sport (in Cactus Grey too), I also think they look really sharp. Once that lease is over then switch over to a 2 door or see what the Bronco line has to offer then.
 

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My lease is up in February! I really want a 2 door but do not want to extend my lease until they are widely available. I currently drive a 19 Jeep Cherokee, so I’m used to a smaller SUV type. I’m not much of an off-roader but do enjoy the ability to drive to trial heads, driving on I paved roads with little worries etc.

I’m seriously thinking of a lease on a Sport (in Cactus Grey too), I also think they look really sharp. Once that lease is over then switch over to a 2 door or see what the Bronco line has to offer then.
I think it's not a bad thing to wait on the 2 and 4 door Bronco.
They are almost completely new.
Let them iron out first generation car issues, and expand the options list.
The sport is 80% escape, so that lends to a more reliable experience out of the gate.
 
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