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Old 11-22-2013, 06:40 PM   #1
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Resentment Towards JKU

So I've weighed in on a few of the 2
Door v. 4 door discussions on this forum and I feel like there is a common theme of a # of 2 door loyalists "hating" the 4 door. I'm not saying this is all 2 door owners. Here's what I'm wondering:

Given that we're wired to fiercely defend what we own (kids, pets, etc) is that what drives it?

Are 2 door owners afraid of that model disappearing ?

Does the 4 door "cheapen" the jeep legacy?

Is it the $ difference ?

I would venture to say a large # of the jku owners owned a 2 door at some point ( like me) but have seen that the 4 door is the perfect evolution of a timeless vehicle.

Ultimately we all make peace with what we have or change - I constantly tell myself I didn't need the Rubicon and it's a waste of money and so one and so forth....but if I won the lotto it would be a 10a JKUR with another 50k in it.

Let the games begin......

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Old 11-22-2013, 06:48 PM   #2
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I have always wanted a wrangler, with the 4 door I was finally able to justify getting one as my daily driver. It can fit way more "stuff". I happy to have it!!

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I have friends who own both.

The people with JKUs usually have families or dogs, but some just because they wanted it.

I got the 2 dr because we have kids and no dogs. In fact I took the back seat out.

Buy what fits your needs and what you like and drive it lime boss.
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Yeah it's really strange. I'm single - 1 black lab, owned two 2drs prior and loved them, but the 4 door stole my heart and I'm not sure i would go back.
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Get over it ... who cares? .
Apparently a lot of people do because these threads come up every day and no one has ever really talked about this.

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I had a 2012 jk for a year. Then I realized with wife, two kids and a dog I needed more space. If I kept my crew cab pickup I would have kept the 2 door. Now after driving the 4 door don't know if I would go back.
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This is pointless ... really, a thread about resentment between 2 door vs. 4 door ownership? The two vehicles serve a common goal, but offers a unique purpose based on individualistic needs.

How can there be resentment?

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Old 11-22-2013, 07:13 PM   #9
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I have had a handful of 2 doors TJ's and JK's and a handful of 4 doors. My first 4 was because I wanted the longer wheel base for wheeling. I wanted something between the 2 and 4 but figured I would give it a shot. What I found was I liked the longer wheel base as I didn't feel like I was going to roll as easy and only very infrequently was it a PITA to have the extra length.
That being said I am single with no kids and one dog. I just bought a 2013 10A and went to one vehicle for a little while and I guess I got rock crawling out of my system for right now and I am happy with the idea of a vehicle that can handle moderate trails and be a DD. I like the room for all my gear and my dog
I can not imagine going back to a 2 door but I had a hard time convincing myself to make the leap to the 4 given the wheel base.
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My past 3 jeeps were 2 doors. I swore I would never get a 4 door because I liked the look of the 2 door better. My last 2 door I made a decision, after having to take the back seat out all the time for room for my GSD, I was going to get a 4 door and The better engine and tranny. So far I love this thing and YES it is definitely a JEEP Don't worry about what other people think, get what you can use and enjoy.
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This is pointless ... really, a thread about resentment between 2 door vs. 4 door ownership? The two vehicles serve a common goal, but offers a unique purpose based on individualistic needs. How can there be resentment? .
And you may be right. I don't have a history of being a troll on here.

Just curious as i was historically a 2dr owner and now every thread I see on the topic seems to come down to 4dr owners talking about the room, ease for passengers, longer wheelbase, towing, etc and the 2dr owners often say " it's not a real jeep etc etc"

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This is pointless ... really, a thread about resentment between 2 door vs. 4 door ownership? The two vehicles serve a common goal, but offers a unique purpose based on individualistic needs.

How can there be resentment?

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If its pointless then why waist your time responding to the thread? Someone wanted to ask a question and people are responding in a polite manner. Let it go. I like having my 4 door due to I have a son and a dog, plus if I drive it to work whether it be National Guard duty or my Police gear it holds it all with no issues. Thanks my newbie 2 cents...
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And you may be right. I don't have a history of being a troll on here.

Just curious as i was historically a 2dr owner and now every thread I see on the topic seems to come down to 4dr owners talking about the room, ease for passengers, longer wheelbase, towing, etc and the 2dr owners often say " it's not a real jeep etc etc"

If mods think this thread is worthless please lock/ delete
Its general discussion and may help those debating on the two to know what 4 door owners think. Pointless to some maybe helpful to others. I can think of other threads that have a lot less meaning.
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And you may be right. I don't have a history of being a troll on here.

Just curious as i was historically a 2dr owner and now every thread I see on the topic seems to come down to 4dr owners talking about the room, ease for passengers, longer wheelbase, towing, etc and the 2dr owners often say " it's not a real jeep etc etc"

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Well I think you're being too sensitive ... don't allow these small minded comments bother you.. it's no one's business what you buy, or I buy. We buy what we need because it serves our purpose..

I used to only buy 2 door vehicles as well ... when I was 16, never in my wildest dreams I thought I'd buy a 4 door vehicle - just wasn't cool. Then I matured, activities changed and I slowly learned the value a 4 door offers.

I'd still only buy a 2 door.. but not a 2 door Jeep - I use it for a utility vehicle.

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Having a family and wanting to enjoy road trips, camping, off roading and just the needs of day to day life precludes a 2dr for us. We had a 2dr TJ when first married, it lasted until our first child. If it had not been for the JKU there would have been no returning to a Wrangler for us. As is the JKU is just the right size for us.
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If its pointless then why waist your time responding to the thread? Someone wanted to ask a question and people are responding in a polite manner. Let it go. I like having my 4 door due to I have a son and a dog, plus if I drive it to work whether it be National Guard duty or my Police gear it holds it all with no issues. Thanks my newbie 2 cents...
There's already a 2 doors vs 4 doors thread going right now...

This one is about resentment toward JKU's - appears to be fueling a fight.

I'll drop out of this thread now for you to debate, I still believe it's pointless.

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2dr, and no I don't "hate" 4drs, but I darn sure don't want, envy, nor resent them. It's just me and my wife, and a 80lb Lab....we don't need the extra space, I don't want the extra space and longer wheelbase, and darn sure don't want the look of the two extra doors. BUT, if that's what you want, it's your money.

Here is how I look at it; Porsche has been building a classic in the 911 (and all of it's variants) for 50 some odd years. They added two extra doors and SCREWED IT UP. Sure, they changed the name to Panamera, but everybody knows it's a 911 4dr. Does it fit a certain market (ie, do they sell)? Yes. But did it screw up an absolute classic design? Yes. Do the Porsche purists think it's the Devil's Spawn? Yes they do.

To me (and it's my money so it's OK) the JK is the direct decedent of the MB; the 2dr, short-wheelbase classic "Jeep". I wouldn't want one any other way.
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Old 11-22-2013, 07:59 PM   #18
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I bought my 2011 2door and had it for a year. I chose the 2 door for the more "classic" jeep look and feel and swore the 4 doors just didn't look right. Now I have a wife and two kids and within that year we've gained 2 dogs (german shepherd and a lab). I originally thought with the kids I'd just get a neat little trailer to tow gear for any camping or fishing trips but as time went on that idea kept getting put aside. I also work in the car audio business and after working on so many 4 doors all the extra room starting to look so appealing. I have a friend at a dealership and he called me letting me know they had a 4 door 2011 for sell and he could make me a super deal. So I traded mine in and my monthly note was cheaper... I do miss the shorter wheel base and look but I wouldn't go back now for all the room I've gained. The entire family and dogs can all enjoy riding in the jeep on those camping/fishing/or whatever trips and we aren't stuck taking the stupid Altima.

I do feel like I get the jeep wave a lot less than I originally did in the 2 door though, or maybe I'm just paranoid.

But either way. I enjoy both.. but when my kids are full grown I'll be getting another two door and removing the back seat full time...
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Dude, you need to relax. People tease each other all the time about all sorts of things.

Basically, we are all Jeep Wrangler owners. It's all in the family.

People say the "TJ" stands for True Jeep. People say the JK stands for "Just Kidding" Jeep. People say the 4 door JK looks like a Hummer.

It's all in jest. If you take everything so seriously, you are going to give yourself high blood pressure or a stroke.

People might say you look like Bruce Springsteen on drugs. You would hopefully just laugh it off.

Hopefully, I mean seriously hopefully, you wouldn't punch the guy out.

Just laugh it off, and you know that you have a new model Jeep.

Don't rant and rave about something so silly. Relax my friend,
life is too short. And, lets just laugh and share a beer.
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Well I think you're being too sensitive ... don't allow these small minded comments bother you.. it's no one's business what you buy, or I buy. We buy what we need because it serves our purpose.. I used to only buy 2 door vehicles as well ... when I was 16, never in my wildest dreams I thought I'd buy a 4 door vehicle - just wasn't cool. Then I matured, activities changed and I slowly learned the value a 4 door offers. I'd still only buy a 2 door.. but not a 2 door Jeep - I use it for a utility vehicle. .
No harm no foul. I'm just curious as to the rationale behind the fierce defenders of the "true" jeep - whatever that current definition may be.

In what I've read it just seems to be more animosity from the 2d crowd towards
There being so many 4 door mall crawlers or mom jeeps , or w/e they want to call them.

I think the general consensus from the 4 door guys is that if you can afford
To have a 2 door as your off-roader and have a
Separate dd, awesome. For Those of us forced to keep a jk as a dd the 4 Door Tends to make sense
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Dude, you need to relax. People tease each other all the time about all sorts of things. Basically, we are all Jeep Wrangler owners. It's all in the family. People say the "TJ" stands for True Jeep. People say the JK stands for "Just Kidding" Jeep. People say the 4 door JK looks like a Hummer. It's all in jest. If you take everything so seriously, you are going to give yourself high blood pressure or a stroke. People might say you look like Bruce Springsteen on drugs. You would hopefully just laugh it off. Hopefully, I mean seriously hopefully, you wouldn't punch the guy out. Just laugh it off, and you know that you have a new model Jeep. Don't rant and rave about something so silly. Relax my friend, life is too short. And, lets just laugh and share a beer.
Believe me the last thing I will lose sleep over at night is what people on the Internet think about me.

It's a friendly discussion so I want to keep it open to those who care to weigh in unless a moderator decides it's trolling or wasting everyone's time.


Teasing = " women like it longer , so go jku " or " short bus , short jeep"

I was pointing out what seemed to be an unwarranted slam on a valid question.


But if I'm wrong everyone can tell me to shut up
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This is pointless ... really, a thread about resentment between 2 door vs. 4 door ownership? The two vehicles serve a common goal, but offers a unique purpose based on individualistic needs.

How can there be resentment?

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I think this would have been a more 'colorful' conversation back in 2007. I remember when the first 4 doors appeared, and between the changes in design for the JK, and the 4 door coming on the scene, there were a lot of TJ owners that were pretty PO'ed.

I was one of them, to a degree. I really wasn't happy about a 4 door Wrangler because as I saw it, Chrysler was making a lot of changes to the Wrangler all at once, and there was a chance this would lead to it becoming just another crossover (this was when turning everything into a crossover had just started).

Think about it, at the time we had body and frame changes, a new engine (3.8), and a four door. I didn't like it one bit, I just got the Autozone guy trained to know my I6 engine is a straight six and there were no V6 Wranglers. It felt like I was seeing a piece of history get modernized very quickly and rather than holding onto some things that made it special, it became more plastic, more common (3.8), and expanded to the mass market (4 door). The rough and tough 4.0 was a beautiful engine, even though I had a 2005 known for the oil pump issue, I never had a single issue in regards to the engine or drivetrain, outside of a replaced transfer case for a defect.

It wasn't until the Pentastar came out with the redesign of the interior that I even considered a JK. For me, the outside of the Wrangler was ok, not great (I still don't like the parking lights on the front grill being on the outside), but ok. The Pentastar was a redeeming moment to me, more power, what seemed like a good design (gripe ticking, gripe sand casting destroying things, gripe odd issues). The interior redesign is nice (gripe cheap leather, gripe cheap seat fabric). The TJ still holds a special place for me, my TJ still held up better than my 2013 JKU is too.

I came around to the 4 door because I needed the room. I made the TJ work, and unfortunately I couldn't find a LJ to buy. I should have, I still believe I would be better off with a clean, low mileage LJ because the engine, drivetrain, seats, leather steering wheel, all ill hold up better - but it wasn't in the cards for me. The LJ would have given me enough room to not move up to a JKU.

Now that I have moved to the JKU I have to say I do like quite a bit. I has taken a year of owning it to really have it grow on me though. The gripes I listed above play into this. While many people are buying the JKU as there first Jeep, and they love it right away, I am always comparing it to the TJ. The JKU excels in some areas the TJ didn't have, traction control, longer wheelbase makes it smoother, better suspension, more comfort features (some I'm not sure I really need, but they are nice). I'm not in love with the JKU though, not like I was with the TJ. I've built it a bit, it does what I need it to do, but I'm already thinking that if the diesel is released, I will probably trade for a diesel and take a chance on that one.
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I have owned both, but with 2 kids and a wife the JKU just makes more sense to us. I wish I didn't have to get rid of my TJ to buy the new one, but I couldn't keep them both. I actually bought the TJ and planned on keeping it as a toy, but when my other vehicle sat untouched for 6 months because we always wanted to take the Jeep I knew it was time to get the bigger one that would serve the family better.
I love the look of the 2 door though, and when the kids get older and get to driving age I will be looking for one for them.
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buy what you want to buy. If you are worried about somebody thinking you aint a real jeeper then you probably are not a real jeeper lol.
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Old 11-22-2013, 09:31 PM   #26
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All my Wranglers have been 2 doors. However, if Jeep hadn't started offering 4 doors, Wranglers might be gone completely due to lack of sales.
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I really don't see any bashing or resentment. I see people voicing their opinions about what they like and don't like. People need thicker skin and don't take it to heart if someone doesn't agree with them.
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Drove a 4 door once and felt like I was driving a bus. Should Ferrari make a 4 door just so people with kids can own one? Deep down, the 4 door owners have 2 door envy every time they see one. LOL, I'm just kidding .... sort of.
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WOW!!! I hate to think where I would be in this......Because.....

I got "Hooked" on Jeeps in the late '70s
Drove the M1's in the Army in the '80s
Bought a YJ in the '90s...sold it
Bought a Tj in '04 still got it..is still my "prefered ride"
Bought a '12 JK in Dec '11 for my wife still got it..is my "practical Jeep"
Bought a ;14 JKU for the wife so she could haul the Grandkids easier...yeah its "nice"

To me it is like when you are working on the Jeep you don't use a spark plug wrench to clean the windows...well you could but it wouldn't work well.

I drive the one that fits the purpose "best" and that is a matter of opinion

If it was just me and i had to choose one...yeah it would be the TJ.....
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JKUs make a great "expedition vehicle" lots of space for gear, kids, dogs, camping stuff etc.
For straight up wheeling, I like the agility and handling of the 2 door.
It's an individual choice, for what your planning to do with it. Either are a great off-road vehicle.

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