Monica Gonderman  Posted on  Dated February 9, 2021. Click here for the full article.

Half-doors have officially come to the new Jeep Wrangler JL. The half-door option was recently added to the Jeep configurator, meaning the symbolic and useful half-door feature is finally a factory option for the newest Wrangler, the JL generation. Once upon a time—say, when the two-generations-ago TJ Wrangler was on sale in the 1990s and early 2000s—half doors were standard on the Wrangler, with so-called full doors and their framed roll-up windows, were optional.

There are actually two half-door options for today’s Wrangler: the Dual Door Group with Premium Uppers and the Dual Door Group with Base Uppers. The difference between the two has to do with the materials used for the removable (pull-straight-off) upper section. The Premium Uppers are made of fabric-like twill that match the premium soft tops nicely, while the Base Uppers are made of plastic-like vinyl that correlate to the base tops.

The Dual Door Group is not currently available for the Jeep Gladiator, the Wrangler’s pickup-truck sibling, in case you were wondering.