Nope. Fully enjoying my 2 door. Even forced my cousin to get rid of his 4 dr Jeep for a 2 dr.....Jeep, but still.
Your comments make me wonder if you're the guy who bought my Bronco the dealer sold out from under me. Intrigued to see your rack setup as bike racks + associated gear are also my only logistical hurdle with the two door configuration. I love using a rear footwell for shoes/helmet/etc. I used my 4Runner trunk for that since you could roll down the tailgate window using the key!After thinking I wanted a 4 door from the beginning, I recently decided to consider a 2-door since they are somewhat easier to acquire from dealer stock. I just bought one and take delivery next week, so thanks y'all - this thread is making me feel good about my decision.
My main concern with the 2-door is that I transport a bike all the time, and a hitch rack makes it difficult to access the tailgate without taking the bike off. Rear doors would work around that issue, but my solution instead is going to be a custom rack that attaches to and swings with the tailgate (and will stay within the tailgate weight limit with a 33" spare).
I have the 4 door and regret not going 2 door. Also, get the hardtop.I have been going back and forth on getting a 2 dr or 4dr Bronco. I was wondering if anyone here bought a 2dr and now wished they had gotten a 4 dr.
no kids, 99.9% of the time it’s just me or one other person going camping, fishing to the store or whatever. My worry is the space for cargo that has me second guessing the number of doors. Not that I haul a ton of crap but will there be the “man I wish I had more space” thoughts causing regret.
I don’t plan on wheeling, it will be exploring logging roads while in the PAC NW and desert roads when I head south for vacations.
The 2 dr seems more nimble for exploring the mountains and a lot easier around town. The 4 dr just seems huge to drive around but I spent decades driving an xtra cab Toyota pickup that is not as wide but is longer than a 4dr and it was fine.
this decision is making me nuts!
many wisdom passed my way is greatly appreciated!!
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the only regret I’m thinking is I can’t lay down and camp inside the bronco, which I never have yet, but I have a fantasy of doing it once.