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As the title suggests, My local dealer says the buy order isn't an official commitment or that you're not on the hook. However, I'm wondering if you're stuck with the vehicle if you're not happy when it arrives. You do have to sign the buyer's order, however, my dealer had no deposit requirement.
 

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I test drove a bronco sport and it rode like a brick. It the maverick is the same then I will pass on my reservation.
Do you mean rides like a brick on wheels? Was the ride harsh? I also drove a bronco sport, seemed pretty smooth but we just drove over the dealers pre selected course - no bumps or pot holes .

I will say, the bronco sport hood looked pretty long and big - not a showstopper, but could have been.
 

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Do you mean rides like a brick on wheels? Was the ride harsh? I also drove a bronco sport, seemed pretty smooth but we just drove over the dealers pre selected course - no bumps or pot holes .

I will say, the bronco sport hood looked pretty long and big - not a showstopper, but could have been.
What I am implying is that it was a rough ride. The steering and suspension are not as refined as other vehicles I have driven.
 

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Do you mean rides like a brick on wheels? Was the ride harsh? I also drove a bronco sport, seemed pretty smooth but we just drove over the dealers pre selected course - no bumps or pot holes .

I will say, the bronco sport hood looked pretty long and big - not a showstopper, but could have been.
The Bronco is body on frame (think Truck), the Bronco Sport is Unibody, (think SUV). That’s why the Bronco rides way harsher than the Sport.
 
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