Will you buy the 2 or 4 door?

Buying 2 or 4 door?


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Carolina Jim

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I really don't need a rear seat; so my plan is to buy the 2-door and store the rear seat in the garage. But that hinges on the presumption that the floor behind front seats will be totally flat.
 

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4 door for the wife to move the kids around and 2 door for my toy
 

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I'm not so sure yet. I already have a truck so hauling space isnt a huge deal but still having more space is better than less so its really down to how the overall package is to decide on a 2 vs 4.
 

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When I get to See, Walk Around, Touch, Sit In, Test Drive and Run The Pro's & Con's between the two...... that's when I decide if I'll be getting a 2D or 4D.

Until then, it's just speculation...
 

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I would love to have the 2 door just to have an iconic 2 door, but with a kid it’s so hard to load a car seat into a 2 door. The 4 door is going to be amazing tho!
 

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I would LIKE to buy a two-door, but right now it's wait and see.
 

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2 door if I get it, 4 if my wife does. Both would be ideal.
 

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What I want is a 4 door because I already have a 2 door Bronco2. Hopefully with a V-6 and I definitely want manual transmission. I certainly hope a manual is offered or surely I will be disappointed. I also want leather interior, because for me it’s easier to clean and keep clean.
 

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What I want is a 4 door because I already have a 2 door Bronco2. Hopefully with a V-6 and I definitely want manual transmission. I certainly hope a manual is offered or surely I will be disappointed. I also want leather interior, because for me it’s easier to clean and keep clean.
I’m worried that if a manual is available it will only be on the super base trim. (XLT) or the loaded “Raptor” trim to keep cost down.
 

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I'm holding out for the 5-door. I really want to be able to access the cargo area from the back...
4 door with a tailgate sounds more appealing to me :shrug:

I’m worried that if a manual is available it will only be on the super base trim. (XLT) or the loaded “Raptor” trim to keep cost down.
Honestly, I doubt that. Manufacturers usually do that for 2 reasons
1. Because they're looking for justification to cut that option from the lineup by nerfing its sales capability (see: 2015-2017 V6 Mustang)
2. Sole engine options in higher trim packages are too powerful for the manual's rating

Seeing as the leaked Getrag trans is rated for 400ft-lbs, it should be able to handle any engine Ford intends to throw at the Bronco, and since it's a new model I doubt they'll be looking to kill the manual right off the jump. I'm fairly confident you'll be able to get the manual in most trims
 

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4dr. The 2dr is sweet, but I need more room for activities. And the 4dr will be more than capable for my off-road needs.
 








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