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"Bear in mind, this is still a pre-production model, so you’re not seeing everything there will be when the car reaches production. If you think, “man, the wheels look a bit basic,” the Badlands will have five-spoke alloys. This car also seems to be missing its recovery hooks, from the two holes in the lower bumper."

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Looks good. I actually like the look of the 'fake steelies' aluminum rim option. The look of steel but the weight savings of aluminum.
 

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Already some Slob is eating in the car. I refuse to let anyone eat in the car. lol
 

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Isn’t that badlands sticker design different to the Bronco badlands one?
 
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Isn’t that badlands sticker design different to the Bronco badlands one?
Yes, it's much cooler. This is the Bronco Badlands logo.

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vs Bronco Sport Badlands

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Thanks for confirming, I don’t know why they don’t use the same. They have the same names and would simplify their supply chain having the same.
 
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Thanks for confirming, I don’t know why they don’t use the same. They have the same names and would simplify their supply chain having the same.
It looks to be just a thick sticker (glued onto the vehicle without any holes/pins), so it probably doesn't impact supply chain.
 

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The badge will be one of the first items to get the vinyl overlay treatment.
 

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Everything I’ve seen since is the sport with the other badlands badge. Anyone thing the longhorn one will be available?
 

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I like the fact that this vehicle has a bumper that looks like it could get bumped without wrecking the whole front end.
 
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