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Gonna make a really unpopular opinion here. Try not to stone me to death...

But the 4-door feels "soccer-momish" to me. I dunno. The 2 door just seems like it was built to maul like a cougar and the 4 door feels like a kitten.

This is also coming from a mid-30 year old dude with no kids, so I have no use for a 4-door. So, likely just biased.
I don't necessarily disagree, but for me to get the wife's permission...compromises had to be made! :D
 

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Gonna make a really unpopular opinion here. Try not to stone me to death...

But the 4-door feels "soccer-momish" to me. I dunno. The 2 door just seems like it was built to maul like a cougar and the 4 door feels like a kitten.

This is also coming from a mid-30 year old dude with no kids, so I have no use for a 4-door. So, likely just biased.
Hmmm, let's point to the Bronco Sport as being the "soccer-mom" transporter. Just my opinion. 4-dr Bronco is the off-roader that just carries more people/equipment ;)
 

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Man, nothing prettier than a clean, shiny black vehicle....the problem is 30 mins later it's no longer a clean, shiny vehicle :(

I will say black has crawled into my color choice though, just looks good on the OBX w/ the body-color-matched bits. Still praying for Kodiak Brown to magically appear on the builder, so now I can start the daily color waffle LOL

And believe it or not, I think I have finally settled on the 4 door, no more 2 door/4 door daily waffle for me :oops:. Call me a soccer mom, just don't call me late for dinner (y)
 

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If you can get a 2-dr and a 4-dr, make one the Base and go crazy with mods. I think there's enough models to cover everyone's needs and fantasies.
 

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Gonna make a really unpopular opinion here. Try not to stone me to death...

But the 4-door feels "soccer-momish" to me. I dunno. The 2 door just seems like it was built to maul like a cougar and the 4 door feels like a kitten.

This is also coming from a mid-30 year old dude with no kids, so I have no use for a 4-door. So, likely just biased.
I get what your saying. Jeep is the same way I feel. When we bought our JLU Sahara, it didn't have that aggressive look we were after. It was riding on Bridgestone duelers and just had a suburban cruiser feel. After the Mopar lift and 315's, the attitude completely changed. But I feel like that with most 4x4's now. My F250 Lariat looked rather timid until I added a level and wheels and tires. That's the good thing about options. The Bronco will have a flavor for just about everybody.
 

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Man, nothing prettier than a clean, shiny black vehicle....the problem is 30 mins later it's no longer a clean, shiny vehicle :(

I will say black has crawled into my color choice though, just looks good on the OBX w/ the body-color-matched bits. Still praying for Kodiak Brown to magically appear on the builder, so now I can start the daily color waffle LOL

And believe it or not, I think I have finally settled on the 4 door, no more 2 door/4 door daily waffle for me :oops:. Call me a soccer mom, just don't call me late for dinner (y)
agreed, 4 door for me no matter what trim I end up with. I’m still planning badlands or wildtrak, but I could get much more convenience/tech with the loaded outer banks for less $. I just don’t love the 255 width tires and no lift, but could just update aftermarket too. Read they’re likely going to offer fox shocks eventually which could be a good factory update down the road.
 

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One of the things I love about the Bronco, can go from mild to extra spicy, rugged to classy, DD to weekend warrior, and just about everything in between with just a little configuration.
There are a lot of essential workers (think medical) that have to travel in lousy weather at all hours. Give me skinny tires in rain and road snow anytime.
 

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Man, nothing prettier than a clean, shiny black vehicle....the problem is 30 mins later it's no longer a clean, shiny vehicle :(

I will say black has crawled into my color choice though, just looks good on the OBX w/ the body-color-matched bits. Still praying for Kodiak Brown to magically appear on the builder, so now I can start the daily color waffle LOL

And believe it or not, I think I have finally settled on the 4 door, no more 2 door/4 door daily waffle for me :oops:. Call me a soccer mom, just don't call me late for dinner (y)
I bought a black M550 two years ago now (wife instigated on a sedan, so I said fine, I’ll get a fast sedan) and it is a thing of beauty, and I pay a local car wash for unlimited washes and that is the only way it stays that way!
 

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agreed, 4 door for me no matter what trim I end up with. I’m still planning badlands or wildtrak, but I could get much more convenience/tech with the loaded outer banks for less $. I just don’t love the 255 width tires and no lift, but could just update aftermarket too. Read they’re likely going to offer fox shocks eventually which could be a good factory update down the road.
There will be lots of very low mileage badlands and Sasquatch suspensions for sale cheap as some of these beauty's get lifted.
 

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I wonder how this would look with a satin or matte black? Of course with the tinted windows
 

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I don't necessarily disagree, but for me to get the wife's permission...compromises had to be made! :D
HA! Same. Wife gave me the greenlight. She doesnt know the trims, but after having the kids in the back of the OBX, i probably only have a 20% chance of being forced to sell it, as opposed to a 90% chance on a Badlands.

And the 32s look like stilts. 33 from the factory please
 

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Speaking of soccer moms, I’ve heard they have a thing for woodies. ;) Perhaps they’ll be drawn to this Full-Size 2022 Jeep Grand Wagoneer. 😄
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