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Guess that’s why the 2-door doesn’t have power seats... can you imagine how long it would take to move the seat just to let rear passengers in and out?
I grew up in the 70s and 80s when many cars only had 2 doors. All we did was release the seat lock so it tilted forward.
Not sure if 2 doors these days even have that feature anymore.
Btw, my parents had a Maverick and Mustang II for 2 door cars. Their 4 door was a ford country squire wagon that looked like the car from national lampoons vacation movie.
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He's right. Glad my kids are grown.

Looking at the side pick of the 2dr with squatch, I'd like to offer my most sincere and deepest condolences to all those forced to buy a 4 door. :p

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Well said. That 2 door is perfection. Ford really hit a grand slam with this thing. 100s of thousands of Jeep owners are going to be wanting one. I want a 2 door but I have 2 young kids and I will be getting a 4 door. Which I think is perfection for a 4 door convertible off roader.
 

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What is surprising for me in all of this discussion of 2 door v. 4 door is the lack of emphasis on the fact the 4 door can carry its own doors in the back. This is a huge consideration for me and definitely makes the choice easy.
I really like that option too... but if we drive with little ones in the car, I don’t know how comfortable I’ll be with their doors off.

So many things to consider...
 

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What is surprising for me in all of this discussion of 2 door v. 4 door is the lack of emphasis on the fact the 4 door can carry its own doors in the back. This is a huge consideration for me and definitely makes the choice easy.
2 door still looks cooler but yeah how many times are your gonna actually take the doors off? So many decisions....
 

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For the last time "Sasquatch" is a package not a model! Quit saying that they are a "Sasquatch Bronco"...
What we are trying to say when we type "Sasquatch Bronco" is that it's a Bronco, with the Sasquatch package. Therefore a Sasquatch Bronco. As of now the models are hard to tell apart so we use what we got
 

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Would you looky there.... 😲

Man, that 2 door in Cyber Orange is a sight to behold. Wife would kill me, but may be worth using one of my 9 lives just to bring that loud ass thing home for the pleasure of staring at it all day. 🤪

Think I may have finally found the cure for my porn addiction! 😊

Well, maybe.....
 

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I'm trying hard to convince mine too :/
Originally I wanted 2 door, then my son liked how he could see better out of the 4 door, then we saw a 2 door Wrangler with the doors off, and he loved it. Now I'm stuck, but my wife is telling me we have enough 4 doors with my Truck and her SUV. So now I'm back to 2 door, but am hesitant. I need to see the actual space the back seat riders will have.
 

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Originally I wanted 2 door, then my son liked how he could see better out of the 4 door, then we saw a 2 door Wrangler with the doors off, and he loved it. Now I'm stuck, but my wife is telling me we have enough 4 doors with my Truck and her SUV. So now I'm back to 2 door, but am hesitant. I need to see the actual space the back seat riders will have.
The hell? If your wife has given you the green light, read between the lines man. This is her testing to see if you're still a risk taker and still have a wild side.

(Tip), She still likes wild! So, if she wants to see wild, give her wild, then she may give you WILD!

Keeping up with what I'm saying to you here? Make sure you put some whipped cream on top by going with the color that you really want, not the practical (i.e. boring) one you may have already settled on.

Bronco may help to spice things up. Good luck and have some fun. ;)
 

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I’m the opposite...I don’t really care for cyber orange, but I want to like it. The cactus grey is growing on me, and so far I’m not liking Area 51. 🤷🏻‍♀️
So your one of those cautious / conservative color people who have cornered the auto color market into a set of gray variations “everyone can agree on” ... ;)

Not a criticism, just the reality of what marketing has done in response for the most part.

In my mind there should be silver, non-metallic gray, black, white, blue, and several creative choices.
 
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