I am referring to the soft brakes/foot travel, having to kind of ride them down to a smooth stop non intuitive, and the little warped drum on the front feel, just prior to stop.
The nose dive was absolutely attenuated to an acceptable degree for me with the Eibachs.
OP, The Eibach front and rear shocks took the "whiplash" out of the ride for me for me, the fronts are adjustable height I left them at the 0" setting. I drove that for awhile with stock wheels and tires 17" w/ bridgestone dueller AT's before adding sidewall. The improvement was worth the price...
I bought these shocks and used oem springs with 0" setting. This install alone increased ride quality tremendously. Combined with increased sidewall this fixed all of my various non-brake RQ issues. Level may give you a little different results.
The mech said at 0" setting on front he still...
I feel better about getting the initial year 2019 when I see that there are no significant changes in the 2020 other than price. If red had been available I probably would of gone that route, but I am happy with the Grey Manalishi.
Averaging 80 mph with 85 octane over the divide through a long stretch across the plains in high winds; 19.1 does not seem to far out of an expected range in my opinion. I would hope it would stay above 20-21 mpg in those conditions but I have yet to rode trip mine.
The Base Colorado 4 banger is $3700 less than the XL Ranger and comes with an actual long bed that a fellow can access via a nicely integrated bumper step; to boot.
When you say it is substandard to the XL that may or may not apply to the Base Colorado as compared to the XL, probably not when...
I am not going to agree that an entry WT Colorado is substandard by comparison unless you are including the 4 cyl non diesel version. That configuration is obviously an outlier model and did/does not even include a 4x4. That and due to reduced price for it provides that it is not a valid...
Have you owned any trim level Colorado? Nope!
Have you ever even owned a truck prior to the Ranger?
Are you critical of any anything about the Ranger? Because this truck although a good truck is not the end all and be all of mid size trucks. There will be better. The Ranger has raised...
2500 mile review
It depends on what you want. For me the Ranger allows confident access to rugged parts of my property that I would not have considered taking my old Colorado. That alone makes me glad i bought it over the F-150 or a new Colorado when replacing the 2015 Colorado.
Yo Hellwig wake up! I am not even going to consider your product until you address Burger's concerns. He gave you a pretty favorable performance review on top of making his truck available for you to access this revenue stream.
I am looking for the heated seat connectors so that I can disconnect or terminate the circuit for the bottom element and leave the back element circuit intact and working. Please help if you can. Thank you.