What's your other ride(s)?

Fuzzbear

Badlands
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2022 Badlands, '21 Badlands (RIP), '02 Ranger Edge
2002 Ranger Edge -- rolled over 300,000 miles a few months ago. I plan to get rid of it but for now, it's the truck my dog rides in since I've not yet allowed him into the Badlands (he's vaguely visible in the passenger seat here).

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BSBB4Les

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'03 Mustang conv, '19 écosport titanium
This is our 2003 convertible summertime cruiser with 85k on the clock. My wife drives it to work on sunny days.
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Tall Timbers

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22 Badlands Bronco Sp,'18 F-250 CC 4X4, '17 Escape
2018 Ford F250 Crewcab, long bed 4X4 Platinum. That truck replaced 1999 and 2000 F250s similarly built. I also have a 2017 Escape that I'll be gifting to one of my sons this summer, probably about a month before my Badlands arrives.
 

Outback Texan

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San Antonio, TX
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2022 Bronco Sport
Wife's car is a 2022 Hyundai Tucson Hybrid Limited.
 
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WinTech

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2021 Bronco Sport Big Bend, 2020 Passport
Just picked up a 2022 Passport Trailsport. Wife drives it primarily and it is our road trip vehicle since it has a ton of room. Lots of power (280hp v6), very quiet ride and the new truckish front end looks much better than the previous style. Not as cool as the Bronco Sport but a great rig.

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‘12 Golf R
Just picked up a 2022 Passport Trailsport. Wife drives it primarily and it is our road trip vehicle since it has a ton of room. Lots of power (280hp v6), very quiet ride and the new truckish front end looks much better than the previous style. Not as cool as the Bronco Sport but a great rig.

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I’ve seen some of those kitted out to look much more aggressive. It was on my list until the BS came out.
 

WinTech

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2021 Bronco Sport Big Bend, 2020 Passport
I’ve seen some of those kitted out to look much more aggressive. It was on my list until the BS came out.
It's definitely Honda's attempt to have an 'offroad' trim but it is mostly appearance. Fake bash plate on the front and all. No different ground clearance. I do like the 18" wheels better than the 20's. My wife is short and refuses to sit higher so curb rash on all the wheels is a thing with low profile tires. The tires are supposed to be AT but they are 'sort of' AT. Kind of a hybrid highway tire with a little more aggressive tread. They are Firestone Destination LE2's but when I google those tires the only returns I get are all season highway tires. For daily driving I love my Bronco Sport but the Passport is more comfortable on long drives.
 


 
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