there will be. jeeps have tons of options.Hopefully Ford or aftermarket make bags for the 2 doors
I want to PPF the whole truck and it sounds like that will be a factory option.
He probably means dealer installed, like the undercoating....
Main problem there is they may not have the best installers
I was unclear, I used undercoating as an example of an often dealer installed add on that would likely get sold in the finance office as a pure profit add on
I do not think ppf application at the factory level makes sense and I suspect that someone crossed their wires somewhere
Easier to get in the back seat with bigger doors.If the seats fold forward Im sure you could probably fit it in the vehicle that way. Back in the day with my Geo tracker I only ever kept one rear seat in it. Ill probably do the exact same thing with a 2 door when I buy one. I fully expect the front seat part of the top and doors will be able to fit in the 2 door if i pull a seat like I plan to.
Also yes on the Wrangler they use the same doors between 2 and 4 door models because Chrysler penny pinches in any way they can. Just like the Gladiator back doors look weird because they use the door set from the 4 door (which has the rear tire a lot closer to the back doors, hence the odd shape on the Gladiator).
Im not sure yet if i like the bigger door on the 2 door model. It will be more open when you go doorless will be neat but i always hate bigger "coupe" doors when it comes to parking lots and getting in/out of cars.
Not to mention you wouldn't be able to leave anything in the cargo area if you wanted to store them all back there.The ability to store the doors in the back is vastly overrated. You definitely don't want them back there while wheeling, but even for trips to the mall it would be better to just leave them at home.
Yeah, it's cool they have bags to store the 4door, but in reality I doubt many people do other than a time or two. I plan on having stuff back there anyway, so the doors wouldn't fit regardless.
Not to mention you wouldn't be able to leave anything in the cargo area if you wanted to store them all back there.
Yeah, I do see myself using it from time to time, but not ALL the time. I agree with the scenario you present with the way home from work. But if I'm at home on a gorgeous sunny winter day here in S FL and go for a drive, I'll leave them at home so they're not back there in the way.I disagree. Coming home from work, throw the doors in the back. Going to an all day family thing, throw the doors in the back. 5 hours later if it looks like rain, put the doors back on. I'm looking forward to doing this.