Now that the Wrangler is available with 4 doors, interior space comparable to other SUV offerings, and an ever increasingly refined interior, you have a percentage of buyers who aren’t truly “Jeep People”. buying them.
So, this may just be my own bias, but last summer in my area I saw many 2-door Jeeps topless/doorless -- but almost all of the 4-doors had their hardtops on. I'm curious if that's true across the country, and if so I wonder why that might be...
Leadnut, hope you didn’t take my comment the wrong way. I meant no disrespect with the Jeep People categorization. For me, top off, doors off, off road is the total Jeep experience, but I’m not trying to take anything away from those who bought a Jeep with a bigger emphasis on off road than the open air experience.
That's funny right there!The 4 doors are big and heavy and are self-conscious about taking their tops off.