Jeep Adds Half-Door Option to Wrangler

Published on February 25, 2021 in News by Guillaume Rivard

Answering the call of many customers across Canada and the U.S., Jeep is finally adding the option of half-doors to the latest-generation (JL) Wrangler via its Mopar division. It’s part of a package called Dual-Door Group.

“The open-air freedom of driving the Jeep Wrangler is a one-of-a-kind experience,” said Jim Morrison, Vice President, Jeep Brand North America. “Now with the latest Dual-Door Group factory offering from Mopar and its full catalog of authentic Jeep Performance Parts, our active-lifestyle enthusiasts can easily push the open-air envelope further.” 

Half-doors allow occupants to feel closer to the outside world while still having a rigid structure to prevent a fall or an intrusion into the cabin. With lower window ledges than conventional doors, they also provide improved visibility while maneuvering on- and off-road.

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The new Dual-Door Group can be ordered with all Jeep Wrangler models (starting at $3,175) and Wrangler Unlimited models (starting at $5,395). Full-steel production doors are installed at the factory, while matching body-colour half-doors are conveniently packaged within the vehicle.

Another thing that’s great with the new half-doors is that they’re designed to work with power mirrors, blind-spot detection, passive and non-passive entry handles, and power locks. In other words, you don’t have to sacrifice convenience or security. Plus, the upper-window assemblies create a weather-tight seal and feature zippered plastic windows for quick, easy removal.

Jeep says making the swap from full doors to half-doors can be accomplished within minutes using the existing hinge locations and the exact same wiring connections.

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