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2018 Jeep Wrangler: A More Modern Mountain Goat

What It Is: The 11th-generation descendant of the warrior that helped win freedom in World War II.

Why It Matters: Jeep sold more than 200,000 Wranglers last year. It s a cash-spewing ATM that pays a lot of the company s bills. It s also the heart of the Jeep brand.

Platform: Jeep will continue with rugged body-on-frame construction to serve the off-roading aspirations of its faithful and multiplying constituents. That said, the coming edition will use modern materials to cut weight and boost mileage. Expect a hydroformed steel ladder frame carrying a body made of high-strength steel, aluminum, and plastic. A four-door pickup will join the lineup of two- and four-door models with hard- and softtops.

Powertrain. Today s 3.6-liter DOHC V-6 will soldier on with manual and automatic transmissions. Fiat Chrysler s current product plan also includes a turbo-diesel alternative in the near term and a hybrid after 2020, along with a possible turbocharged gasoline four-cylinder code-named Hurricane making around 300 horsepower.

Competition: The Wrangler is without peer, a gully-busting rock climber you can drive to work. Compact crossovers bow in its presence. A new Land Rover Defender, expected next year, may re-invade this sphere, though at twice the price.

What Might Go Wrong: Failure is not an option. With Ferrari pawned off, Jeep is Fiat Chrysler s hero, the rare American brand with global admiration, solid profitability, huge sales potential, and a brilliant future.

Estimated Arrival and Price: Late next year, with stickers starting around $25,000.


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Jeep Wrangler Unlimited For Sale

Wrangler Unlimited Classifieds

You have reached the definitive website for finding Unlimited Jeep Wranglers For Sale across the United States .  This includes the original TJ Unlimited Jeeps known as the “LJ” which were produced in 2004, 2005 and 2006 along with the current generation four door JK Jeeps which have been produced since 2007.  Our goal on JeepWranglerUnlimitedForSale.com is to aggregate all ads from popular online classifieds sites such as Craigslist, eBay.

Although the main purpose of this site is to combine the various posts and listings of various Jeep Wrangler Unlimited SUVs for sale across the United States; we also provide a comprehensive overview of both the original Unlimited TJ and new 4-door JK.  (See Below)

Feel free to browse through this site and use it as a resource to find your ideal Unlimited Jeep Wrangler.  Contact Us should you have any questions and be sure to check back soon for updates and additional content.  Additionally you can also add any comments you have below any post on this website.

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The main purpose of this site is to display Jeep Wrangler Unlimited ads from various online classified resources including but not limited to Craigslist and eBay.  If you are looking for a unique Unlimited, or a Jeep with certain aftermarket upgrades the best tool to find this on our site is to use the Search box functionality in the upper right hand corner of this page.   Otherwise you can use one of the following resources to narrow your search.

  • Browse By Model Year
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When you use any of these navigational tools you will be redirected to a list view where you must then click on the ad title to see the ad snippet.  Each ad snippet includes a majority of the information from the original ad along with the sellers contact information or a link redirecting back to the source site.

If this link is broken or leads to a dead page it is likely that the Jeep has been sold.  Additionally we keep the ads from previously sold Wranglers on this site for record keeping purposes.  You may find posts with the “See Full Ad” link crossed out and the words “SOLD” underneath them.  However, you may come across an ad that has not been marked as SOLD yet has been sold by the seller.  This is a function of lag time between updates, and we apologize for any inconvenience.

Selling a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

If you are selling a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited and you are posting your rig on either Craigslist or eBay it is likely that we will re-post your ad on this site within a week or so.  However, if you would like to have the process expedited please let us know by sending us a message on our Contact Page .  Be sure to include a link to your ad in the message body.

About the Wrangler Unlimited

The Unlimited moniker was first used to describe the longer wheel base TJ Wranglers introduced for model year 2004.  This Wrangler Unlimited was unofficially dubbed the LJ and was produced in both a standard and Rubicon trim package through model year 2006 which was also the end of the TJ Jeep Wrangler generational body style.

In 2007 a new Jeep JK was introduced that featured a major body redesign, engine overhaul along with various modern upgrades.  This was also offered in an Unlimited four door version which has since become extremely popular and contributed to the rise in Jeep Wrangler sales.  A large portion of this is due to the four door’s accessibility and additional trunk/cargo space which has broadened the consumer audience and expanded the utilitarian use of the wrangler to better serve the following areas.

  • Hunting / Scouting
  • Camping Trekking
  • Passenger friendly weekend vehicle
  • More rugged and capable family SUV

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2015 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

2015 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

  • BLACK CLEARCOAT
  • 4WD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • V6 Cylinder Engine 3.6L
  • SUV/Crossover

CARFAX 1-Owner, GREAT MILES 1,871! Rubicon trim. iPod/MP3 Input, CD Player, Satellite Radio, Aluminum Wheels, 4×4.

KEY FEATURES INCLUDE

4×4, Satellite Radio, iPod/MP3 Input, CD Player, Aluminum Wheels MP3 Player, Steering Wheel Controls, Rollover Protection System, Electronic Stability Control, Brake Assist.

EXPERTS CONCLUDE

KBB.com explains There’s generous ground clearance, minimal overhangs, and that distinctive Jeep look, of course. Being equipped with 4-wheel drive, the Wrangler is nearly unstoppable off road.

SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE

CARFAX 1-Owner

OUR OFFERINGS

Imperial Cars, in the little town of Mendon, treats the needs of each individual customer with paramount concern. We know that you have high expectations, and as a car dealer we enjoy the challenge of meeting and exceeding those standards each and every time. Allow us to demonstrate our commitment to excellence!

Please confirm the accuracy of the included equipment by calling us prior to purchase.


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Jeep Wrangler

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Model Years and Variations:

There have been three generations of Jeep Wranglers built since 1987, each one an evolution of the last. The model can be considered a successor to the CJ line of Jeeps, which also featured open tops, fold-down windshields, and solid off-road chops. The first Wrangler, known as the YJ, is unique in that it’s the only one to have used rectangular headlights. It was offered from 1987 to 1996 and came with a choice of four- or six-cylinder power and manual or automatic transmissions. Several appearance packages were offered over the production run including the Islander and very popular Renegade models.

The Wrangler is a convertible SUV that’s hard to miss, even with so many on the road. The automotive icon continues to pay homage to the design of WWII military Jeeps and has one of the more recognizable forms in the automotive world. The Wrangler is now available in both short and long wheelbases.

Competitors to the Wrangler continue to be few, with the closest being the Nissan Xterra and the now-deceased Toyota FJ Cruiser and HUMMER H3. GMC is said to be considering a competitor, but it will certainly not have the heritage of Jeep’s legendary off-roader.

MORE: Read our 2016 Jeep Wrangler  review for pricing with options, specifications, and gas mileage ratings.

Beginning in 1997, the utility vehicle got an upgraded suspension design to improve on-road comfort and roadholding, plus new engines to boost power and fuel economy. The so-called “TJ” built from 1997 to 2006 carried on the original two-door soft-top design, with instantly recognizable classic Jeep lines. In 2003, the Wrangler got its most capable production model yet, the Rubicon, named for the famous trail where Jeep tests its creations. And in 2004, a long-wheelbase Unlimited (LJ) model joined the line, bringing a roomier back seat and a little more storage, as well as a somewhat quieter ride thanks to its extended wheelbase.

Numerous upgrades arrived for the 1997–2006 Wrangler, including a return to the round headlights found on CJ models. It also added a new 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine in 2003, the same year the automatic transmission was upgraded from three speeds to four. Trim packages expanded to add the Rubicon, beefed up with stronger front- and rear differentials, a 4:1 low-ratio transfer case and other off-road improvements. The Wrangler Unlimited (“LJ”) extended the wheelbase by 10 inches, offering more cargo room but still just two doors. A limited-production Sahara Edition also debuted in 2005, offering a range of desert-themed appearance upgrades inside and out.

The new Jeep Wrangler

In 2007, the introduction of the “JK” Jeep Wrangler turned the Unlimited into a four-door model with an available hardtop roof. The old AMC in-line six-cylinder engine (which dated all the way back to Rambler days) was replaced with a 205-horsepower, 3.8-liter Chrysler V-6 that year. The two-door model is still available and comes in both hardtop and soft-top versions, and the doors on all models are still removable.

Given its extreme off-road abilities, the Wrangler has never been known for on-road manners, but with this generation the streetability has improved greatly. The long-wheelbase Unlimited provides the best ride of any Wrangler yet, and a series of powertrain and suspension changes have further enhanced things for both models. Both models are larger than before, with greater comfort for passengers and rom for their stuff, and the Wrangler now offers such niceties as power windows and locks with a remote, items only dreamed of before.

Overall, with its classic looks, superior off-road capability and unique packaging, the Jeep Wrangler manages to stay relevant despite continuing largely with tradition. Ride quality, comfort, steering, and even occupant safety might not be up to the standards of some daily road commuters or families, but if you head to the trails on the weekends the Wrangler is king.

You might even be happy with a used Wrangler if you’re a serious trail hound and expect some dents, scrapes, and gouges. Meanwhile, new Jeep Wranglers come priced from less than $24,000 to about $40,000, with the latter being the loaded top-of-the-line Rubicon.

The Wrangler received a heavily revised interior in 2011, with an all-new instrument panel and upgraded materials throughout the cabin—plus better noise insulation. For 2012, Jeep then added its new 285-hp Pentastar V-6 to the Wrangler. Hooked to a stout five-speed automatic or six-speed manual, the new engine yields much quicker acceleration and better responsiveness compared to the 3.8-liter pushrod V-6 it replaced.

The Wrangler received a few additional changes for 2013, limited to comfort and convenience additions like new LED map lighting, interior lighting, and available Alpine speakers. A new easy-lift top mechanism was also introduced for 2013. Jeep also offered a Moab special edition that borrowed much of the Rubicon’s look, but without its front locker and super-low 4:1 ‘creeper’ transfer case–which gave it a more affordable price, too.

Changes for 2015 include the usual new paint colors and trim packages, as well as a new standard eight-speaker audio system, a new nine-speaker system that includes a subwoofer, a package that bundles steel wheels with 31-inch tires for Sport models, and a Torx tool set that’s standard on all models, allowing owners to remove the windshield or doors wherever they are. And for 2016, the Wrangler gained a new Black Bear Edition that includes off-road rock rails, five-spoke black wheels, Silent Armor tires, and some other blacked-out details.

In addition to the standard Sport, Sahara, Willys, and Rubicon models and their variants, the Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited are offered in a variety of special-edition packages and models. Currently, those offerings include the military-inspired Freedom edition, the Willys Wheeler, the Rubicon Hard Rock, and the X.

A next-generation Jeep Wrangler is expected for the 2018 model year, and is expected to offer more modern underpinnings throughout—including an available turbo-diesel engine and eight-speed automatic transmission. The changes would be aimed at improving the iconic model’s safety and fuel economy, while ensuring that it lives on and retains its rugged capability.

Used Jeep Wrangler Models

The Jeep Wrangler is the world’s only four-wheel-drive convertible SUV. It’s an off-road specialist that attracts hardcore users, so buying one secondhand means knowing more about it than usual. Has it been modified? How often is it taken off-road? Since it’s also popular with first-time drivers, the Wrangler also shows up often on used-car lots in four-cylinder form, or as an Unlimited–a longer-wheelbase model with either two or four doors, depending on the model year.


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2014 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

2014 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Black. Direct steering leads the way. Zippy runner! Wow! What a nice smaller SUV. This attractive 2014 Jeep Wrangler has a great ride and great power. I really enjoyed driving it. It’s very clean, almost new, and really fun to drive. The cream of the crop.

2012 Jeep Wrangler Sahara

2012 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

2012 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 4X4 2-Door equipped with 6-Speed Manual Transmission, Navigation, Cloth Seats, Hard Top, and 17inch Alloy Wheels.

This vehicle is covered by our exclusive lifetime powertrain warranty at no additional cost. Major parts of the Engine, drivetrain, and transmission will be covered as long as you own the vehicle with no year or mileage restrictions. See dealer for details.

3-Piece Black Hard Top (originally: $735.00)

Freedom panel storage bag; Rear window defroster; Rear window wiper and washer; Tinted rear quarter and liftgate windows

– Privacy Glass

– Rear Wiper: rear window wiper

– Rear Defogger

– Liftgate Window: manual flip-up

– Removable Roof: hard top

Media Center 430N CD/DVD/MP3/HDD/NAV (originally: $1035.00)

AM/FM stereo; Single disc CD/DVD player with MP3 playback; 40GB hard disk drive with 28GB of available storage; Navigation system with GPS; SiriusXM Travel Link with 1-year of included service; 6.5 touch screen display; Audio input jack for mobile devices; Remote USB port

– Navigation System: navigation with voice activation

– Video Player: DVD player


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Jeep Wrangler

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At The Car Connection we are continually striving to get you timely, relevant information about the vehicle you are interested in. Our email updates will notify you whenever we have new information on this vehicle.

Model Years and Variations:

There have been three generations of Jeep Wranglers built since 1987, each one an evolution of the last. The model can be considered a successor to the CJ line of Jeeps, which also featured open tops, fold-down windshields, and solid off-road chops. The first Wrangler, known as the YJ, is unique in that it’s the only one to have used rectangular headlights. It was offered from 1987 to 1996 and came with a choice of four- or six-cylinder power and manual or automatic transmissions. Several appearance packages were offered over the production run including the Islander and very popular Renegade models.

The Wrangler is a convertible SUV that’s hard to miss, even with so many on the road. The automotive icon continues to pay homage to the design of WWII military Jeeps and has one of the more recognizable forms in the automotive world. The Wrangler is now available in both short and long wheelbases.

Competitors to the Wrangler continue to be few, with the closest being the Nissan Xterra and the now-deceased Toyota FJ Cruiser and HUMMER H3. GMC is said to be considering a competitor, but it will certainly not have the heritage of Jeep’s legendary off-roader.

MORE: Read our 2016 Jeep Wrangler  review for pricing with options, specifications, and gas mileage ratings.

Beginning in 1997, the utility vehicle got an upgraded suspension design to improve on-road comfort and roadholding, plus new engines to boost power and fuel economy. The so-called “TJ” built from 1997 to 2006 carried on the original two-door soft-top design, with instantly recognizable classic Jeep lines. In 2003, the Wrangler got its most capable production model yet, the Rubicon, named for the famous trail where Jeep tests its creations. And in 2004, a long-wheelbase Unlimited (LJ) model joined the line, bringing a roomier back seat and a little more storage, as well as a somewhat quieter ride thanks to its extended wheelbase.

Numerous upgrades arrived for the 1997–2006 Wrangler, including a return to the round headlights found on CJ models. It also added a new 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine in 2003, the same year the automatic transmission was upgraded from three speeds to four. Trim packages expanded to add the Rubicon, beefed up with stronger front- and rear differentials, a 4:1 low-ratio transfer case and other off-road improvements. The Wrangler Unlimited (“LJ”) extended the wheelbase by 10 inches, offering more cargo room but still just two doors. A limited-production Sahara Edition also debuted in 2005, offering a range of desert-themed appearance upgrades inside and out.

The new Jeep Wrangler

In 2007, the introduction of the “JK” Jeep Wrangler turned the Unlimited into a four-door model with an available hardtop roof. The old AMC in-line six-cylinder engine (which dated all the way back to Rambler days) was replaced with a 205-horsepower, 3.8-liter Chrysler V-6 that year. The two-door model is still available and comes in both hardtop and soft-top versions, and the doors on all models are still removable.

Given its extreme off-road abilities, the Wrangler has never been known for on-road manners, but with this generation the streetability has improved greatly. The long-wheelbase Unlimited provides the best ride of any Wrangler yet, and a series of powertrain and suspension changes have further enhanced things for both models. Both models are larger than before, with greater comfort for passengers and rom for their stuff, and the Wrangler now offers such niceties as power windows and locks with a remote, items only dreamed of before.

Overall, with its classic looks, superior off-road capability and unique packaging, the Jeep Wrangler manages to stay relevant despite continuing largely with tradition. Ride quality, comfort, steering, and even occupant safety might not be up to the standards of some daily road commuters or families, but if you head to the trails on the weekends the Wrangler is king.

You might even be happy with a used Wrangler if you’re a serious trail hound and expect some dents, scrapes, and gouges. Meanwhile, new Jeep Wranglers come priced from less than $24,000 to about $40,000, with the latter being the loaded top-of-the-line Rubicon.

The Wrangler received a heavily revised interior in 2011, with an all-new instrument panel and upgraded materials throughout the cabin—plus better noise insulation. For 2012, Jeep then added its new 285-hp Pentastar V-6 to the Wrangler. Hooked to a stout five-speed automatic or six-speed manual, the new engine yields much quicker acceleration and better responsiveness compared to the 3.8-liter pushrod V-6 it replaced.

The Wrangler received a few additional changes for 2013, limited to comfort and convenience additions like new LED map lighting, interior lighting, and available Alpine speakers. A new easy-lift top mechanism was also introduced for 2013. Jeep also offered a Moab special edition that borrowed much of the Rubicon’s look, but without its front locker and super-low 4:1 ‘creeper’ transfer case–which gave it a more affordable price, too.

Changes for 2015 include the usual new paint colors and trim packages, as well as a new standard eight-speaker audio system, a new nine-speaker system that includes a subwoofer, a package that bundles steel wheels with 31-inch tires for Sport models, and a Torx tool set that’s standard on all models, allowing owners to remove the windshield or doors wherever they are. And for 2016, the Wrangler gained a new Black Bear Edition that includes off-road rock rails, five-spoke black wheels, Silent Armor tires, and some other blacked-out details.

In addition to the standard Sport, Sahara, Willys, and Rubicon models and their variants, the Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited are offered in a variety of special-edition packages and models. Currently, those offerings include the military-inspired Freedom edition, the Willys Wheeler, the Rubicon Hard Rock, and the X.

A next-generation Jeep Wrangler is expected for the 2018 model year, and is expected to offer more modern underpinnings throughout—including an available turbo-diesel engine and eight-speed automatic transmission. The changes would be aimed at improving the iconic model’s safety and fuel economy, while ensuring that it lives on and retains its rugged capability.

Used Jeep Wrangler Models

The Jeep Wrangler is the world’s only four-wheel-drive convertible SUV. It’s an off-road specialist that attracts hardcore users, so buying one secondhand means knowing more about it than usual. Has it been modified? How often is it taken off-road? Since it’s also popular with first-time drivers, the Wrangler also shows up often on used-car lots in four-cylinder form, or as an Unlimited–a longer-wheelbase model with either two or four doors, depending on the model year.


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2015 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

2015 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

  • BLACK CLEARCOAT
  • 4WD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • V6 Cylinder Engine 3.6L
  • SUV/Crossover

CARFAX 1-Owner, GREAT MILES 1,871! Rubicon trim. iPod/MP3 Input, CD Player, Satellite Radio, Aluminum Wheels, 4×4.

KEY FEATURES INCLUDE

4×4, Satellite Radio, iPod/MP3 Input, CD Player, Aluminum Wheels MP3 Player, Steering Wheel Controls, Rollover Protection System, Electronic Stability Control, Brake Assist.

EXPERTS CONCLUDE

KBB.com explains There’s generous ground clearance, minimal overhangs, and that distinctive Jeep look, of course. Being equipped with 4-wheel drive, the Wrangler is nearly unstoppable off road.

SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE

CARFAX 1-Owner

OUR OFFERINGS

Imperial Cars, in the little town of Mendon, treats the needs of each individual customer with paramount concern. We know that you have high expectations, and as a car dealer we enjoy the challenge of meeting and exceeding those standards each and every time. Allow us to demonstrate our commitment to excellence!

Please confirm the accuracy of the included equipment by calling us prior to purchase.


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Jeep Wrangler

What will I get by subscribing to email updates?

At The Car Connection we are continually striving to get you timely, relevant information about the vehicle you are interested in. Our email updates will notify you whenever we have new information on this vehicle.

Model Years and Variations:

There have been three generations of Jeep Wranglers built since 1987, each one an evolution of the last. The model can be considered a successor to the CJ line of Jeeps, which also featured open tops, fold-down windshields, and solid off-road chops. The first Wrangler, known as the YJ, is unique in that it’s the only one to have used rectangular headlights. It was offered from 1987 to 1996 and came with a choice of four- or six-cylinder power and manual or automatic transmissions. Several appearance packages were offered over the production run including the Islander and very popular Renegade models.

The Wrangler is a convertible SUV that’s hard to miss, even with so many on the road. The automotive icon continues to pay homage to the design of WWII military Jeeps and has one of the more recognizable forms in the automotive world. The Wrangler is now available in both short and long wheelbases.

Competitors to the Wrangler continue to be few, with the closest being the Nissan Xterra and the now-deceased Toyota FJ Cruiser and HUMMER H3. GMC is said to be considering a competitor, but it will certainly not have the heritage of Jeep’s legendary off-roader.

MORE: Read our 2016 Jeep Wrangler  review for pricing with options, specifications, and gas mileage ratings.

Beginning in 1997, the utility vehicle got an upgraded suspension design to improve on-road comfort and roadholding, plus new engines to boost power and fuel economy. The so-called “TJ” built from 1997 to 2006 carried on the original two-door soft-top design, with instantly recognizable classic Jeep lines. In 2003, the Wrangler got its most capable production model yet, the Rubicon, named for the famous trail where Jeep tests its creations. And in 2004, a long-wheelbase Unlimited (LJ) model joined the line, bringing a roomier back seat and a little more storage, as well as a somewhat quieter ride thanks to its extended wheelbase.

Numerous upgrades arrived for the 1997–2006 Wrangler, including a return to the round headlights found on CJ models. It also added a new 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine in 2003, the same year the automatic transmission was upgraded from three speeds to four. Trim packages expanded to add the Rubicon, beefed up with stronger front- and rear differentials, a 4:1 low-ratio transfer case and other off-road improvements. The Wrangler Unlimited (“LJ”) extended the wheelbase by 10 inches, offering more cargo room but still just two doors. A limited-production Sahara Edition also debuted in 2005, offering a range of desert-themed appearance upgrades inside and out.

The new Jeep Wrangler

In 2007, the introduction of the “JK” Jeep Wrangler turned the Unlimited into a four-door model with an available hardtop roof. The old AMC in-line six-cylinder engine (which dated all the way back to Rambler days) was replaced with a 205-horsepower, 3.8-liter Chrysler V-6 that year. The two-door model is still available and comes in both hardtop and soft-top versions, and the doors on all models are still removable.

Given its extreme off-road abilities, the Wrangler has never been known for on-road manners, but with this generation the streetability has improved greatly. The long-wheelbase Unlimited provides the best ride of any Wrangler yet, and a series of powertrain and suspension changes have further enhanced things for both models. Both models are larger than before, with greater comfort for passengers and rom for their stuff, and the Wrangler now offers such niceties as power windows and locks with a remote, items only dreamed of before.

Overall, with its classic looks, superior off-road capability and unique packaging, the Jeep Wrangler manages to stay relevant despite continuing largely with tradition. Ride quality, comfort, steering, and even occupant safety might not be up to the standards of some daily road commuters or families, but if you head to the trails on the weekends the Wrangler is king.

You might even be happy with a used Wrangler if you’re a serious trail hound and expect some dents, scrapes, and gouges. Meanwhile, new Jeep Wranglers come priced from less than $24,000 to about $40,000, with the latter being the loaded top-of-the-line Rubicon.

The Wrangler received a heavily revised interior in 2011, with an all-new instrument panel and upgraded materials throughout the cabin—plus better noise insulation. For 2012, Jeep then added its new 285-hp Pentastar V-6 to the Wrangler. Hooked to a stout five-speed automatic or six-speed manual, the new engine yields much quicker acceleration and better responsiveness compared to the 3.8-liter pushrod V-6 it replaced.

The Wrangler received a few additional changes for 2013, limited to comfort and convenience additions like new LED map lighting, interior lighting, and available Alpine speakers. A new easy-lift top mechanism was also introduced for 2013. Jeep also offered a Moab special edition that borrowed much of the Rubicon’s look, but without its front locker and super-low 4:1 ‘creeper’ transfer case–which gave it a more affordable price, too.

Changes for 2015 include the usual new paint colors and trim packages, as well as a new standard eight-speaker audio system, a new nine-speaker system that includes a subwoofer, a package that bundles steel wheels with 31-inch tires for Sport models, and a Torx tool set that’s standard on all models, allowing owners to remove the windshield or doors wherever they are. And for 2016, the Wrangler gained a new Black Bear Edition that includes off-road rock rails, five-spoke black wheels, Silent Armor tires, and some other blacked-out details.

In addition to the standard Sport, Sahara, Willys, and Rubicon models and their variants, the Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited are offered in a variety of special-edition packages and models. Currently, those offerings include the military-inspired Freedom edition, the Willys Wheeler, the Rubicon Hard Rock, and the X.

A next-generation Jeep Wrangler is expected for the 2018 model year, and is expected to offer more modern underpinnings throughout—including an available turbo-diesel engine and eight-speed automatic transmission. The changes would be aimed at improving the iconic model’s safety and fuel economy, while ensuring that it lives on and retains its rugged capability.

Used Jeep Wrangler Models

The Jeep Wrangler is the world’s only four-wheel-drive convertible SUV. It’s an off-road specialist that attracts hardcore users, so buying one secondhand means knowing more about it than usual. Has it been modified? How often is it taken off-road? Since it’s also popular with first-time drivers, the Wrangler also shows up often on used-car lots in four-cylinder form, or as an Unlimited–a longer-wheelbase model with either two or four doors, depending on the model year.


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2014 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

2014 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Black. Direct steering leads the way. Zippy runner! Wow! What a nice smaller SUV. This attractive 2014 Jeep Wrangler has a great ride and great power. I really enjoyed driving it. It’s very clean, almost new, and really fun to drive. The cream of the crop.

2012 Jeep Wrangler Sahara

2012 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

2012 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 4X4 2-Door equipped with 6-Speed Manual Transmission, Navigation, Cloth Seats, Hard Top, and 17inch Alloy Wheels.

This vehicle is covered by our exclusive lifetime powertrain warranty at no additional cost. Major parts of the Engine, drivetrain, and transmission will be covered as long as you own the vehicle with no year or mileage restrictions. See dealer for details.

3-Piece Black Hard Top (originally: $735.00)

Freedom panel storage bag; Rear window defroster; Rear window wiper and washer; Tinted rear quarter and liftgate windows

– Privacy Glass

– Rear Wiper: rear window wiper

– Rear Defogger

– Liftgate Window: manual flip-up

– Removable Roof: hard top

Media Center 430N CD/DVD/MP3/HDD/NAV (originally: $1035.00)

AM/FM stereo; Single disc CD/DVD player with MP3 playback; 40GB hard disk drive with 28GB of available storage; Navigation system with GPS; SiriusXM Travel Link with 1-year of included service; 6.5 touch screen display; Audio input jack for mobile devices; Remote USB port

– Navigation System: navigation with voice activation

– Video Player: DVD player