Key Prices (At least in a Badlands Build)

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Hey everyone, here are the prices that I can see in the Badlands B&P. Check my math here...we've needed more of that tonight.

Sasquatch Package - $2,495
Towing Capability - $595

Wheels and Tires

17" Black High Gloss-Painted Aluminum Wheels - $995
LT285/70R17 Mud-Terrain (M/T) Tires - $695

Paints

Cyber Orange - $595
Rapid Red - $295

Seats
Leather Trimmed/Vinyl - $2,195

Equipment Groups

Mid Package - $1,495
High Package - $2,790
Lux Package - $5,085

Exterior Options

Paint Protection File - $295
Brush Guard - $300
Wheel Lock Kit - $90
Engine Block Heater - $100
Keyless Entry Keypad - $110

Roof

Hard Top MIC - $695
Hard Top Sound Deadening Headliner - $495
Roof Rails with Crossbars - $365

Transmission

10 Speed Manual Transmission - $1,595

Accessories

Rock Rails - $595
Tube Door Accessory Kit - $1,500
Top, Soft Canvas - $499
Top, Soft Mesh - $399
Yakima Hitch Mounted Bike Carrier, Full Swing - $569
Yakima Roof Rack Mounted Bike Carrier with Lock - $289
Yakima Hitch-Mounted Bike Rack, Two Bike - $569
Roof Mounted Cargo Box with Locks - $539
Yakima® Roof Rack-Mounted Basket - Extra Large With Net - $539
Yakima® Roof Rack-Mounted Basket - Medium With Net - $469
Yakima® Roof Rack-Mounted Basket - Small - $369
Yakima® Roof Rack-Mounted Basket - Light Brackets - $69
Yakima® Kayak Carrier With Locks - $ 289
Yakima® Kayak Carrier Load Assist With Locks - $589
Yakima® Snowsport Rack With Lock - $329
Yakima® Paddleboard Carrier With Lock - $309
Yakima® Awning - Retractable - $309
Yakima® Roof Top Tent HD Skyrise, 2-Person - $1859
LockNLoad™ Flat-Top Cargo Carrier, Large, Roof-Rail Attachment - $1069
LockNLoad™ Flat-Top Cargo Carrier, Small, Crossbar Attachment - $869
Yakima® Roof Rail Crossbars - $559
12" Hitch Extension for Racks - $79
Yakima® Hitch-Mounted Ski/Snowsport Rack - $259
Yakima® Canoe Carrier - $129
Off-Road Recovery Kit - $149
Off-Road Recovery Kit, Heavy Duty - $329
Winch and Winch-Mounting Solution Kit - $2,500
Off Road/Track Air Compressor Kit - $369
Ford Performance Slim License Plate Frame - Black Stainless Steel - $35
Ford Performance Slim License Plate Frame-Brushed Stainless Steel - $35
Portable Fridge/Freezer - $759
Pod Lights - $650
Large Light Bar - 40-Inch Roof, by Rigid - $1,800
Off-Road Underbody Lighting Kit – Amber - $379
Off-Road Underbody Rock Light Kit – White - $379
 

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I didn’t see all the accessories you did, although I was building a FE. But something that stood out on both... aren’t rock rails included on both BL and FE? What’s the $595 charge?
 

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I didn’t see all the accessories you did, although I was building a FE. But something that stood out on both... aren’t rock rails included on both BL and FE? What’s the $595 charge?
It seems that the standard Sasquatch package on FE takes anything mounted on the roof out of the running.
 

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I didn’t see all the accessories you did, although I was building a FE. But something that stood out on both... aren’t rock rails included on both BL and FE? What’s the $595 charge?
I understood rails were standard on BD and they're extra there too. Hopefully just a day one bug...
 
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Also just noticed that Sasquatch is $4495 on Black Diamond vs $2495 on Badlands.
 

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I am kind of bummed with B&P and I hope it’s just first day bugs. What I notice is the second you move up to the V6 for Badlands it really limits your options on accessories. For example hard top sound deadening liners. Why? Makes no sense. I have these on our Jeep and I would say it’s a must with these type of vehicles. Also, I know that black modular hard top that you can pop out the back windows is now a late available option, but was there any word Badlands would have it as a option? If so I have no problem waiting.
 
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I didn’t see all the accessories you did, although I was building a FE. But something that stood out on both... aren’t rock rails included on both BL and FE? What’s the $595 charge?
Hopefully a glitch. Not sure why you couldn’t get the roof rack (or the Yakima racks) with the Sasquatch package
 

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Agreed. Rock rails should be included as standard on Badlands, Black Diamond, and First Edition. Hopefully that spec hasn't been changed.
Double checked the Bronco brochure PDF and rock rails are indeed standard equipment. However it also says, "Some information and photos in this brochure are preliminary and are subject to change."

So I'm not counting on them coming back. A pleasant surprise was the V6 upgrade is $1,895 and I had it written down as $3,500 so overall a net change in expectations $1,000 in the good direction.
 

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Double checked the Bronco brochure PDF and rock rails are indeed standard equipment. However it also says, "Some information and photos in this brochure are preliminary and are subject to change."

So I'm not counting on them coming back. A pleasant surprise was the V6 upgrade is $1,895 and I had it written down as $3,500 so overall a net change in expectations $1,000 in the good direction.

You may have had it written down as $3,500 because the BL upgrade to 2.7L would also upgrade you to the automatic transmission. The B&P is showing the automatic transmission at $0 "included" when you upgrade to the 2.7L. This is the case for all models actually. This may or may not be the case. The auto transmission upgrade is at $1,595 before you upgrade to 2.7L ($1,895 + $1,595 = $3,490). On another site (Bronco6G) a few have contacted Ford for clarification on this issue.
 
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You may have had it written down as $3,500 because the BL upgrade to 2.7L would also upgrade you to the automatic transmission. The B&P is showing the automatic transmission at $0 "included" when you upgrade to the 2.7L. This is the case for all models actually. This may or may not be the case. The auto transmission upgrade is at $1,595 before you upgrade to 2.7L ($1,895 + $1,595 = $3,490). On another site (Bronco6G) a few have contacted Ford for clarification on this issue.
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You may have had it written down as $3,500 because the BL upgrade to 2.7L would also upgrade you to the automatic transmission. The B&P is showing the automatic transmission at $0 "included" when you upgrade to the 2.7L. This is the case for all models actually. This may or may not be the case. The auto transmission upgrade is at $1,595 before you upgrade to 2.7L ($1,895 + $1,595 = $3,490). On another site (Bronco6G) a few have contacted Ford for clarification on this issue.
Yeah I’m just waiting for the other shoe to drop on that.
 
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