Mine is bone stock, but it gets driven almost every day. I know these new cars have a power draw from the security system and such as they sit. But I would agree that a dealer visit should be in order for our friend here.
They line up perfectly, but to each his own I guess. It gets nice and tight, and its the furthest possible point from any potential collision impact site or airbag, so frankly I don't care what the manual says. It's the safest spot I can conceive.
I'm 6'3". I like it just fine! I learned to tweak the seat in different ways over time, because I did feel like it didn't slide far enough at first. But really it is good and comfy once it's set right.
I did go with an XLT, and noticed I like the seats better than the Lariat
I think the chrome bumpers look terrible, because of the silver insert. IMO, pearl white on chrome is the worst color scheme on Rangers. It just screams old man to me. But to be fair, a lot of buyers are old men so there's that I guess.
I like the badging, if I like the product. I won't do dealer stickers and such, but any aftermarket stuff I want to be badged. Maybe it's my vanity but I want those who are interested in my truck to know I didn't put cheap fleabay parts on it.
One that I have is my spray in bed liner; it came...
2002 Subaru WRX wagon. I loved this car, and had wanted one since I was a kid. It was stupid loud, and super cheap. I needed a better car, it was a huge piece of crap. If I'd had room in the garage, I would have kept it, I only got 2k for it.