What are you driving while you wait?

Alith7

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Jul 6, 2020
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Tashina
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I'm curious what everyone is driving while you wait for your Bronco? My hubby took advantage of the current market and sold his 2018 Rubicon back to the dealership for almost what we paid for it. He started driving my EcoSport, and I got a car I've always wanted! Can't wait to put my cute little toy next to my Bronco!

Meet my 2012 Scion iQ. Tripped on her with 36,000 originals single owner miles in May, drove from Milwaukee to KC, MO to pick her up the next day. I can't wait for my Bronco, but I do love driving my little roller skate!

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Joeyeo

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Oct 8, 2020
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Joel
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Stern
I am driving a 2004 Honda CR-V grocery go getter hoping it would be a reliable car (money pit so far, but cant get a decent used vehicle) . I live in phx and this is the second summer i am without AC in the car not wanting to put dollars into the Honda. build date has gotten pushed back and dont think I will take delivery till the weather cools.
 
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Jakob1972

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Aug 17, 2020
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Steven
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Jakob
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Well we will be trading in the wife’s 2009 Suburban with 180k for the Bronco but I am rolling in a 2020 equinox and my 2004 F250 Fummins. We plan on sharing the bronco when it gets here. Well my wife might let me drive it one in a while. My only hope is that she gets tired of rowing through gears and she takes the Nox
 

Bronco5.0

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May 29, 2020
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My 2013 Focus great mileage. Best shifter I have ever driven in a front drive. The 150 rust bucket on weekends, 351W 325 lb⋅ft burns the tires with ease. Might re-body it, cheaper to rebuild it than buy a new 150.
 
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