I've gone back and forth. My kids are 7 and 4 and I've decided on the Two Door. Life is too short. My wife has a full size SUV that we'll just have to rely upon for hauling the kids around.
I think that would be quite the step up on the Sasquatch. With a little help from you though, boost him up.Let's be honest, all of our kids will be grown by the time we finally get our first off the line 2022 Broncos.... Seriously though, I have a 4 year old who can climb in and buckle himself in, all I need to do is reach back and tighten it. My concern is can he climb in by himself if the 2 door is Sasquatched? That's a long way up for little legs even with the step bar. I'm actually more concerned with my kid about the Sasquatch then the 2 door. Thoughts?
Yea, I have put much thought into this. I was dead set on 2 door and making it work. And I still kinda want to, however for the reasons you list and the fact that my wife wants three kids, number two is not out yet.. I cannot risk the 2 door. Im trying to convince her 2 kids will be enough ha.I’m trying to imagine the scene where after months of me convincing her it will work, I buy a two door and my wife first says, “now show me how to get the baby into the car.”
Deep down, you know the two door is going to be a royal pain in the ass with kids and car seats. Get the four door.
You will also get better fuel range, bigger. trunk space, and a more imposing vehicle.
If my kids were older like yours I might consider the two door as my wife has an Explorer for family hauling but deep down I still feel like the 2 door would be to tough to live with. A vehicle the size of the bronco I don't want to shoehorn myself into always having to take the wifes car when the family wants to go somewhere so 4 door it is.I've gone back and forth. My kids are 7 and 4 and I've decided on the Two Door. Life is too short. My wife has a full size SUV that we'll just have to rely upon for hauling the kids around.
Okay, so it’s a little easier than a mustang. A mustang is completely impractical with car seats.For those comparing a 2 door sports car to a 2 door SUV please do a simple task..... Put a 50 pound rock on the ground and lift it up to your waste line. Now take the same 50 pound rock and set it on a table that is waste high. Now pick that rock up off the table and keep it waste high.... which one was easier?
You can not compare shoving a kid in the back of a mustang that has half the size opening and half height opening plus being low to the ground with a 2 door SUV. That’s like comparing getting into a 4 door Prius vs a 4 door Expedition...it’s not even close to being the same thing other than door count. Will it be easier with a 4 door getting kids in and out? Yes but 2 door won’t be too much more different since the leg room and head room is the same as 4 door. Just have to get used to folding that seat forward and jamming them in there.
Father of two here. A two door is a very poor life choice for with kids. We started with a two door Mercedes Coupe. It was miserable getting them in and out, as a rear fading baby and toddler. Flipping the toddler to front facing was not much better. It just sucks.I have a 14 month old now and another baby on the way due this spring (21'). Am I crazy for even considering a two door?? I keep telling myself I have to go with the four door, but something about a 2 door keeps pulling me toward that. Getting the babies (rear facing) in and out is going to be pretty tough (if at all possible) unless the top is off and I could maybe pull them out the sides or back. Once they are both facing forward it will be much easier but still going to be tougher then a four door I am thinking. This wont be my main vehicle as I have a fusion I commute in but would use it on the weekends and some week days. Any one out there driving around a Wrangler 2 Door with kids??