Thinking About Ordering a 2 Door? - Watch this video!

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Bought a Subaru Crosstrek last winter and the only occupant of the back seats so far is our dog. Getting a 2dr.





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This is the only video I've seen of someone getting in and out of the backseat of a 2 door Bronco.

WARNING: This video contains images that may increase the difficulty of choosing your future Bronco.


Ok... the guy entered the rear seat from the wrong side. The passenger side will, like the Jeep’s, slide forward and tilt up for easier access. Engineers aren’t this stupid.
 

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I think the 2 and 4 door both look great. Each has its very own vibe that’s different than the other. I’m in agreement with many that you can get away with a smaller tire on the two door and it seems a four-door needs a much larger tire to look right. For me it’s the four-door with easier access and a little more interior storage space.
 

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Bought a Subaru Crosstrek last winter and the only occupant of the back seats so far is our dog. Getting a 2dr.
My STi is 10 years old almost and the backseats are immaculate because theyve been used probably 3 times lol, while my front seats look 20 years old.

My two 35-40 lb Border Collies sit together on the passenger seat usually or one lays on front passenger floor.

2 door is plenty of room!!
 

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For a 6'3" bubba, I thought he got in and out with relative ease.

I don't understand this, why can't you put two doors in the back... do they mean without folding down a back seat??
Yes.
 

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Ok... the guy entered the rear seat from the wrong side. The passenger side will, like the Jeep’s, slide forward and tilt up for easier access. Engineers aren’t this stupid.
That is what I was thinking. I think there is another video with Doug? getting in psngr side.

This guy just fucked up the driver settings:ROFLMAO:
 

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I wonder if the aftermarket will make a 2-door in-vehicle storage solution for the doors, assuming the rear seats are removed? It looks like they would fit in that case.
 

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I routinely crammed 3 young kids, and even 4 on occasion, into an ‘02 911 cabriolet. They’re all grown now, but should the need arise, I’m banking on muscle memory for them to squeeze into my 2 door Bronco!
 

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Earlier today a coworker demonstrated just how cramped the back seats are in his Mazda CX-30, and that's a four-door. I think we can handle the minor inconvenience with passengers in a 2-door Bronco.
 

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I personally will never be in the backseat so I don't care. If I have a passenger back there they better be grateful for what they get or they can find another ride.
We wont use the back seat either....we will probably leave them folded down so our dog's crate will fit in the back. More room for "stuff" that way too!!!
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