This is a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee. It has two doors on either side and one big door on the back. Inside the back behind the big door on the drivers side near the floor, there is a button. That button controls the door when you want to close it. So if you're short, you don't have to reach up and risk tipping your coffee cup, spilling the delicious, delicious liquid all over your shirt as you retrieve your bag in the parking lot at work. Let's say you get a package while you're at work. 100 boxes of Triscut crackers and you now have to load it into your Jeep Grand Cherokee. The ground is wet so you don't want to put the box down to open the big door. The button to operate the big door is on the inside right? Yes, but there is also a button on the key fob, and if you click it twice, it will also open the door while you're walking towards it. I guess what I'm getting at here is that, buttons are good, aren't they? Direct Buy Truck Center, home of the "Press The Buttons And Get A Deal" (Ask us how), 2321 East Trans Canada Highway, Kamloops.