Possible Bronco Sport Interior Dimensions?

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I found this on a bronco Facebook group. The poster said he worked at a dealership that just got a sport in for training purposes. I have no idea if it’s accurate or not. Looks to be about 5 ft of space when the second row is folded down.
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I marked 61 inches with a red line. The dealer either has the front seat pushed all the way back, measured incorrectly, or might be referring to the 4 dr like other mixed up dealers
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Here is a picture of the front seats at different positions. My question is where were the seats positioned what exactly was measured? The cargo floor and back of the rear seats? My point is I bet I could also measure that space and get 72in
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I marked 61 inches with a red line. The dealer either has the front seat pushed all the way back, measured incorrectly, or might be referring to the 4 dr like other mixed up dealers
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Here is a picture of the front seats at different positions. My question is where were the seats positioned what exactly was measured? The cargo floor and back of the rear seats? My point is I bet I could also measure that space and get 72in
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Yeah, hard to know for sure since we don’t know where he measured from. It was definitely a sport he was looking at though since he had other pictures of it.

The length of the sport is 172.7” per ford’s website. I measured a pic of the sport from the rear of the vehicle to the middle of the B pillar (gap between the rear and front doors) and that was about 45% of the total length. That would make it about 77”. Now accounting for the bumper and liftgate that would make the back area around 67”.

without knowing other dimensions of the vehicle, we can only really guess right now.
 

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I'm confused. How is a measurement pronounced not accurate when what distance measured is not reported ?

Neither is there a qualifier given, such as, "with the seats in their forward most position" or, "the minimum floor length is".

If a different result can be acheived with a different front seat position is said result also not accurate, or only to some people? Or is there only one number that counts for everyone ?
 

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I'm confused. How is a measurement pronounced not accurate when what distance measured is not reported ?

Neither is there a qualifier given, such as, "with the seats in their forward most position" or, "the minimum floor length is".

If a different result can be acheived with a different front seat position is said result also not accurate, or only to some people? Or is there only one number that counts for everyone ?
How can a measurement be accurate if the area measured isn’t identified?

Also I know these measurements aren’t accurate because every measurement was estimated to whole inch.

If the area measured is accurately identified, 2 different people will get the same result.

In this case two people can get different measurements.
 

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How can a measurement be accurate if the area measured isn’t identified?
See post #2 :
"Not accurate."

Also I know these measurements aren’t accurate because every measurement was estimated to whole inch.
Rounding ?

If the area measured is accurately identified, 2 different people will get the same result.
Agree

In this case two people can get different measurements.
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Look, I'm here for info not to argue. I get that this is an enthusiasts site but -my perspective- it's a car, not a sacred cow.

I hope this vehicle turns out to be what I want. And I hope the same for you.

I guess now I'll just wait it out until I can see one myself ...
 

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Look, I'm here for info not to argue. I get that this is an enthusiasts site but -my perspective- it's a car, not a sacred cow.

I hope this vehicle turns out to be what I want. And I hope the same for you.

I guess now I'll just wait it out until I can see one myself ...
Yes not accurate.

Yes it’s rounded. Up or down?

I’m not claiming it’s a sacred cow, I’m claiming the measurements are incorrect.
 

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And I'm saying the challenging and defensiveness is off putting.

Anyway, enjoy your Bronco !
 

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So looking forward to mannequins arriving in dealerships so folks can start reporting what they see!
 

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Here is another dealer’s measurements. This one not only identified specifically what was measured but also videoed what was measured.
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Since my previous challenges were off putting, I’ll change my tone.. Told you so $&@“ers! This is a place to add other possible dimensions and you can decide for yourself the possible validity of each measurement.
 
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