“I don’t know what they were smoking as they decided to build it the way they did. I know they had to come up with a quick solution to clean the mess from the first generation but … have the decency to paint it or cover it with something,” he adds. Even though the Bronco is designed to be a hardcore off-roader, we have to agree – it is poorly finished and has no place in any vehicle costing $55,000.
Despite Ford’s reassurances, poor-quality hardtops remain a source of frustration amongst the community. To his dismay, one owner came home to find his retro SUV filled with snow. Soft tops may not be as secure as their tin-top counterparts, but this is an issue no modern car should suffer from.
For Arnold1, what should have been an exciting moment turned into one of discontent. “This is a Bronco which has almost the same price as a Mercedes-Benz GLE … I hope [Ford] listens and will do something about it.”