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cbree88
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When did Jeep Wranglers and Ford Broncos become girl vehicles?

I always see women driving these vehicles nowadays. They seem to get a thrill from driving them. It probably makes them feel badass and dangerous or something.


TheWalrus
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April 13th, 2009


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Chad504boy
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They are them vehicles


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go ta hell ole miss
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Since at least the early 2000s for newer jeeps. I don’t know about Broncos. I don’t really see them driving broncos much.


Run up middle
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Since Man buns started being a thing


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fightin tigers
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50% of the population is female.


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Obtuse1
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quote:

They seem to get a thrill from driving them. It probably makes them feel badass and dangerous or something.


The same could be said about the large number of dudes driving F250 class trucks with pristine beds and hitch balls that don't have a scratch on them after 50,000 miles.


cbree88
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The same could be said about the large number of dudes driving F250 class trucks with pristine beds and hitch balls that don't have a scratch on them after 50,000 miles.


Good point lol


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tduecen
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About 10 years ago


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cgrand
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you sure do have a lot of questions


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The same could be said about the large number of dudes driving F250 class trucks with pristine beds and hitch balls that don't have a scratch on them after 50,000 miles.


My 2022 hasn’t even had anything in the bed and hasn’t been filled up since I brought it home a couple weeks ago.

Won’t get used until September for start of hunting season.



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Sun God
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Early 2010s I guess?

In BR if it’s an older two door Wrangler it’s usually a dude. If it’s a new jacked up dealer package four door it’s a chick. Psychologists should study this


Tigerpaw123
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When they put heated and cooled seats in them
Along with auto transmission
AC
This post was edited on 5/13 at 7:11 pm


NimbleCat
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When did Jeep Wranglers and Ford Broncos become girl vehicles?


You left out 4-Runners?


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nerd guy
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Hey, frick you buddy. I did this thread last week.

LINK


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MikeyFL
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I remember girls I went to school with back in the mid-90's wanting Wranglers. Especially the ones who liked to ride around in bikini tops.


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BayouBlitz
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Most Bronco owners are dudes.

Bronco Sports, not so much.

What do you drive?


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jrodLSUke
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I’m thinking about getting a bronco sport for my girl.


jaytothen
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How do you know they're female? You a biologist?
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hey benji
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I’ve been waiting 7 months for my cactus gray badlands bronco.

At this rate, I’m hoping for a MY23 but it could readily be a 24.


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