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Old 03-07-2014, 08:15 AM   #1
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I have a Wrangler Sport...and a newborn. I have the rear facing seat behind the passenger, however I have to lift him up & over the front seats to get him back there (which I can do now @ 5 weeks, but he seems to just keep getting bigger , or I turn him on an angle he does not particularly care for to squeeze behind the pushed forward seat. I am still left with a passenger seat unwelcoming to anyone over 5' & limited to a flimsy stroller that barely fits in the back. I cannot even use my super cool Jeep Jogger stroller as it will not fit anywhere in the vehicle.

I am considering an Unlimited, but having a hard time with the transition. Are the four doors & space worth trading in my beloved JW?

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If you are financially able to swap for a JKU, I would do it in a heartbeat.

When my daughter was born I had a two door mustang. That was a never ending exercise in frustration. Car seat didn't load well, no stroller would fit in the hatchback. Just had to get out. Thus began the minivan years!!!

Be glad you have a four door option now!

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If you are financially able to swap for a JKU, I would do it in a heartbeat.

When my daughter was born I had a two door mustang. That was a never ending exercise in frustration. Car seat didn't load well, no stroller would fit in the hatchback. Just had to get out. Thus began the minivan years!!!

Be glad you have a four door option now!
Star, you know it's about time to convince her to get a 4 door Willys right?! I know you're with me here...

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Star, you know it's about time to convince her to get a 4 door Willys right?! I know you're with me here...

A Willys would be an ADMIRABLE choice.
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"a never ending exercise in frustration"

My thoughts exactly! I'm loving all the mom stuff, I can get up all night long. But parting with my first Jeep is a tough one. Looking into your Willys suggestion. If its between minivan & *Mom Jeep* I choose *Mom Jeep*! It just seems so BIG
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Thus began the minivan years!!!
Ahhhh, the minivan years!!!! Been there, done that, have the badge! Fortunately, we never took any pics as proof.........

StaBrite, that brought back so many memories.
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My thoughts exactly! I'm loving all the mom stuff, I can get up all night long. But parting with my first Jeep is a tough one. Looking into your Willys suggestion. If its between minivan & *Mom Jeep* I choose *Mom Jeep*! It just seems so BIG
If you can afford the Unlimited I would def do it. I had an 08' 2door when my kids were little little, and it was a total pain getting both of them in their when my wife's Expedition wasn't around.

Check out Club WILLYS for some great info. The Willys is basically a Sport with Rubicon tires, wheels, shocks, etc. We like to consider it a Rubicon light if you will.

If you want all the creature comforts, the Sahara is probably your best bet. You can't get GPS or leather in the Willys, but you CAN get side airbags now so long as you get the W package and pay for the airbags separately. All of us Willys owners would love to see you hop on over if you care to...
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"a never ending exercise in frustration"

My thoughts exactly! I'm loving all the mom stuff, I can get up all night long. But parting with my first Jeep is a tough one. Looking into your Willys suggestion. If its between minivan & *Mom Jeep* I choose *Mom Jeep*! It just seems so BIG
We have two four doors, and I haven't been in a two door in YEARS, so I can't help with the BIG impression. I can tell you though that we have two teenagers now, and they both fit in the backseat without legroom issues. We were able to fit four small to medium suitcases, a big yellow toolbox and backpacks in the rear cargo area. It's not a HUGE space, but you should be able to fit a full sized stroller, diaper bag and some shopping.

Depending how much space you need, you could also consider a rack in the back like the ACE cargo basket. It gives you another level to stack stuff up.

BIG CAVEAT!!!

If you are getting a new jeep with a newborn/infant, make SURE you get a hard top (or dual top, if you are so inclined)!! Trying to work the rear soft top window and hold a newborn at the same time would be worse than trying to load the car seat in the back of your two door!

Good luck!
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Ahhhh, the minivan years!!!! Been there, done that, have the badge! Fortunately, we never took any pics as proof.........

StaBrite, that brought back so many memories.
Glad I could help!
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If you think it is inconvenient with the rear facing infant seat wait until he is bigger and in the forward facing. They somehow take up just as much room and will keep your passengers knees jammed until your son is big enough to go without the car seat. As for the Jeep stroller that you can't fit in the back, when he is a little bigger you are going to want to have that stroller with you everywhere you go, trust me I also have a son and a Jeep stroller and I swear I'm keeping that thing until he is ten lol. Seriously though it is real convenient because when he is older there is plenty of room for him to sleep in it and sleeping babies while you're shopping are the best thing in the world. One last thing, if you are even remotely thinking of doing any kind of road trip or a long day trip you need a ridiculous amount of gear, not recovery gear, I call it sanity gear, things you will need to keep your son occupied and happy so that you don't go insane.
I've never owned a two door but I love my four door, makes travelling with a toddler almost bearable. Lol. Good luck with your choice!
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This makes me feel so much better!
My hubby & I are big campers & I was dying thinking of taking his Focus camping just so the 3 of us could fit.
I'm in Mom Jeep here I come! (Good to hear about the jogger too, it's so stinking cute.)

I just wanted to make sure I wasn't missing something in the 2 door, or taking the easy way out. Jeep dealership this weekend. Forrest will be happy, I really don't think he enjoys the up & over game any more than I do. But that bumpy ride puts him to sleep every time.

Thank you!
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I have a Wrangler Sport...and a newborn. I have the rear facing seat behind the passenger, however I have to lift him up & over the front seats to get him back there (which I can do now @ 5 weeks, but he seems to just keep getting bigger , or I turn him on an angle he does not particularly care for to squeeze behind the pushed forward seat. I am still left with a passenger seat unwelcoming to anyone over 5' & limited to a flimsy stroller that barely fits in the back. I cannot even use my super cool Jeep Jogger stroller as it will not fit anywhere in the vehicle.

I am considering an Unlimited, but having a hard time with the transition. Are the four doors & space worth trading in my beloved JW?
Well, only you can make the call on it being "worth" it since you will be looking at a financial hit of some sort.

The rear entry of the 4 door is still a bit odd, (as the entry is farilry narrow), but, the biggest benefit is that the child seat is in the midddle "latch" and that there is plenty of room to carry all of the other stuff that comes with an infant.

I suggest stopping by a dealer and giving a hard look at a 4 door.
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I have a Wrangler Sport...and a newborn. I have the rear facing seat behind the passenger, however I have to lift him up & over the front seats to get him back there (which I can do now @ 5 weeks, but he seems to just keep getting bigger , or I turn him on an angle he does not particularly care for to squeeze behind the pushed forward seat. I am still left with a passenger seat unwelcoming to anyone over 5' & limited to a flimsy stroller that barely fits in the back. I cannot even use my super cool Jeep Jogger stroller as it will not fit anywhere in the vehicle.

I am considering an Unlimited, but having a hard time with the transition. Are the four doors & space worth trading in my beloved JW?
As your child grows, you (unless you are 6' tall and have serious muscle in your arms) will have an extremely difficult time "installing" your child into the carseat. I have a JKU and my wife (5'7") has a very hard time lifting our 33lb daughter into the carseat (no problem for me). I really hate to say it, but for your sanity, you are going to want to trade it in for a JKU.
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This makes me feel so much better! My hubby & I are big campers & I was dying thinking of taking his Focus camping just so the 3 of us could fit. I'm in Mom Jeep here I come! (Good to hear about the jogger too, it's so stinking cute.) I just wanted to make sure I wasn't missing something in the 2 door, or taking the easy way out. Jeep dealership this weekend. Forrest will be happy, I really don't think he enjoys the up & over game any more than I do. But that bumpy ride puts him to sleep every time. Thank you!
Good for you! I went from a two door TJ to a JKU. It is truly amazing how much additional space you have. All of our friends that always cruised with us have told us it is so much less "claustrophobic" on the inside. To be honest, I didn't know what to do with all the rear cargo storage space, I was used to having the 2'x3.5' area that nothing but 4 bags of groceries fit in!
Cheers on the Jeep shopping! Obviously we want pics when it's all said and done!
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I usually put our 8 month old in the back of mine (4 door with 3"lift) but my wife can do it. The plus is that you can use the middle of the backseat with Wranglers. A lot of the newer SUV's make it to where you cannot put the carseat in the middle by adding armrest/cupsholders in the middle. Especially with a wrangler (side impact ratings not the best) I want my kid in the middle.
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My almost 4-year-old rides in the back of my 2-door. I would not have wanted to deal with a rear-facing seat, but her forward facing seat fits great and I have no problems buckling the harness. The passenger seat moves forward enough to give me plenty of room.
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Keep your JK! Our car seat fits fine...for our youngest.
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Why are you lifting him over the seat? You should be able to fit the carrier behind the seat with it flipped forward. You can use a hitch carrier for your fancy stroller.
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This makes me feel so much better!
My hubby & I are big campers & I was dying thinking of taking his Focus camping just so the 3 of us could fit.
I'm in Mom Jeep here I come! (Good to hear about the jogger too, it's so stinking cute.)

I just wanted to make sure I wasn't missing something in the 2 door, or taking the easy way out. Jeep dealership this weekend. Forrest will be happy, I really don't think he enjoys the up & over game any more than I do. But that bumpy ride puts him to sleep every time.

Thank you!
I suggest spending LOTS of time at a dealer: test driving, putting the carseat and your child in and taking out, putting the stroller in the back, etc. Make sure a JKU really fits your needs and you're not trying to shoehorn one into your family.
I'm just trying to be the devil's advocate. On a Wrangler forum you're going to get a lot of fanboy responses.
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The seat doesn't go far enough forward to get him in without tilting the child seat considerably. Believe me, I have tried & tried.
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I went from a 2 door Camaro to a JKUS and it fits my rear-facing 6 month old and forward-facing 2 yr old very well. And I can get our BOB stroller in the back plus groceries no problem. Definitely worth it

I agree with test-fitting you seat and taking it for a spin to make sure it works for you. Then when you find the right one make sure to tell the dealer you hate the color!
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As this seems to be an opinion thread, and the OP asked for opinions......In my wife's words, "We are never going back to JUST A 2 DOOR JEEP".
I have an '04 TJ is was great for us to run around, but my wife wanted something a little better...so we got her a JK '12 Sport...nice little Jeep in Cosmos Blu. and yeah than "Life Happened"...but not ours...the kids has had a baby March the 28th of '13 and by AUG it was a real struggle to get her in the SPORT...enter our Polar edition (well there was a brief 2 months with a '14 Sahara JKU but that is gone) my wife will not give up the Polar. She loves the extra room, being able to easily load things into the back (like groceries, her mother's walker, a computer chair) etc. because of the HT.
and of course it still has the freedom panels in front......our kids have an Equinox..and it is easier to load the baby in the JKU than that "family SUV".

Yeah she is sold on it and the ride is a bit better, but now we are stuck with 3 Jeeps.. .....so the '12 has become ALMOST my DD, and more plans for Mods for the '04.

Bottom line if you can swing it afford it IMO do it!!!!
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I have a JKUR and my toddlers Britax car seat fits without any issues behind the passenger seat. I have no problems sitting in the passenger at 6'0. Go to the dealership and place your car seat in an Unlimited. Any reputable dealer will even assist you. Good luck with your shopping. 😄
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I just got an Unlimited and I love it. My 3.5 year old is forward facing and loves riding in my Jeep. He was riding his tricycle around our muddy back yard and said "I'm driving my off-road vehicle in the dirt like daddy's Jeep." Our 1.5 year old is still rear-facing and his legs are pretty squished by the vertical back seats. He will be forward facing soon. Before we purchased the vehicle, my wife and I went as far as trying the kid's seats in an Unlimited at the dealer before we purchased. We were also concerned with the side crash safety since the Wranglers are rated pretty low. But that's nothing a lift can't fix. I've seen cars crash into Jeeps that just slide under so higher must be better, right? When I have just one of the kids in the Jeep I always put them in the middle. The 3.5 year old loves being up high and able to see everything. He loves trying to climb in and is getting pretty good at it. But the 3.5" lift is on the way so he'll need a step soon. Go for an Unlimited!
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I can't speak as an owner, as I have yet to take delivery of my JKU, but I did thorough testing of installing my daughter's car seat in a JKU, and going for test drives prior to taking the plunge and ordering. She is 2, and is riding forward facing in a Britax Boulevard 70G3 and it fit with no issues. Fitting a stroller in the cargo area isn't going to be an issue either. If I had a 2 door when she was born, I would have bit the bullet and traded for a JKU for sure.
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i did this upgrade when my daughter was 20 months old. I also downsized from three vehicles to two. The JK was our third and least driven vehicle. Now I get more Jeep and family time. Win win.
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I just got an Unlimited and I love it. My 3.5 year old is forward facing and loves riding in my Jeep. He was riding his tricycle around our muddy back yard and said "I'm driving my off-road vehicle in the dirt like daddy's Jeep." Our 1.5 year old is still rear-facing and his legs are pretty squished by the vertical back seats. He will be forward facing soon. Before we purchased the vehicle, my wife and I went as far as trying the kid's seats in an Unlimited at the dealer before we purchased. We were also concerned with the side crash safety since the Wranglers are rated pretty low. But that's nothing a lift can't fix. I've seen cars crash into Jeeps that just slide under so higher must be better, right? When I have just one of the kids in the Jeep I always put them in the middle. The 3.5 year old loves being up high and able to see everything. He loves trying to climb in and is getting pretty good at it. But the 3.5" lift is on the way so he'll need a step soon. Go for an Unlimited!
Personal comment....most carseat makers and people have a misconception about when it is appropriate to flip the kids from rear to forward facing. Most will tell you an age or a lb figure, but the kid must be flipped around when their legs can no longer fully extend. If your kid sits (the rear facing one) and his/her knees are bent, time to flip it around.
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Personal comment....most carseat makers and people have a misconception about when it is appropriate to flip the kids from rear to forward facing. Most will tell you an age or a lb figure, but the kid must be flipped around when their legs can no longer fully extend. If your kid sits (the rear facing one) and his/her knees are bent, time to flip it around.
Everything I've read, from NHTSA reports to car seat manufacturer instructions, says the kids should be rear facing until a certain age or weight and that their legs should not be a consideration in the decision to turn them around.
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Found a used, 28k miles, in my price range (important), to trade my 2 door in for.

Any thoughts on 2011 Unlimited Sport?

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