The Wrangler is known to many as the definitive Jeep, aided by its party trick of removable doors and roof. Only one other vehicle can do this, and that's the Ford Bronco. Since 2017, the Wrangler JL generation has ruled the roost, and examples such as this 2021 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 392 are perfect ways to wrangle your way into the Jeep lifestyle. Read on to find out why you should buy this 20,000-mile vehicle ASAP, then get in touch with us.
Jeep has long been synonymous with off-roading, and their reputation for producing vehicles that can handle tough terrain is unparalleled. This 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT is a prime example of their expertise in this area. With 33,000 miles on the odometer, this SUV is ready to take on any challenge. The Grand Cherokee SRT is equipped with a powerful American V8 engine that is capable of producing impressive amounts of horsepower, giving it the ability to leave many sports cars in its dust on the tarmac. While this SUV is built for rugged terrain, it also provides a comfortable and luxurious ride. The interior is packed with modern features, including a premium sound system and a large infotainment display, making this Jeep an excellent choice for both off-roading and everyday driving. Whether you're headed down a dirt trail or cruising through the city, the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT is a true performer that is sure to impress.
Jeep has been at the forefront of the four-wheel drive train. The company was founded in 1945 to provide a cheap and effective 4x4 vehicle during World War II. The Jeep name itself was slang used by US Army soldiers for new vehicles. The brand also inspired the British Series I Land Rover. When Jeep launched the first ever CJ, which stands for Civilian Jeep, in 1945, it inadvertently became the first and the oldest four-wheel drive mass-production SUV. Their CJ series were built well into 1985, while the Jeep CJ-7 was produced from 1976 to 1986 and featured many variants. Here's a chance to own a fabulous 1986 Jeep CJ-7 Renegade with a few tasteful upgrades and 186,000 miles on the odometer.
When it comes down to offroading and the American automotive industry, you can't match Jeep's standards. While the Jeep brand of today might be a comfortable cruiser that has serious off-road potential, back in the day, venturing into the greater outdoors was a journey always confidently completed in a Jeep CJ. Regarded as "America's workhorse," the humble CJ was built to last and take its owners where no one dared venture in complete confidence. Out of the many model years and designations, the CJ5 stood out as being more modern and also reputed as a vehicle that is hard to kill off. This legendary status helped it stay in production for 30 years, and over 600,000 units were made. With a rich pedigree and remarkable off-road capability, this 1964 Jeep CJ5 we have today is a true legend and a piece of American automotive history. What's better? It can be yours to drive off in today!
Known popularly as the first ever mass-produced four-wheel drive vehicle, the CJ, short for 'civilian Jeep,' was introduced in 1945 and continued in production for a further 41 years. In 1954, the CJ-5 made its debut. One can argue that it was the most influential CJ of all time, as its success kept in production for three decades thereafter, even after new models were released. For those looking to own an iconic piece of 4WD history, congratulations, your time has come in the form of this beautiful 1976 Jeep CJ-5.
Ever scrolled through YouTube and seen cars set top speed records? Well, if you do, the name Hennessey sure comes to mind. The American performance powerhouse is known for one thing, taking a fast car, and making it faster. With an impressive history of breaking records, the year 2020 would bring about their latest project, the Jeep Gladiator Hennessey Maximus. The Maximus is one mean machine that sits on top of the off-road food chain and when unveiled at SEMA with just a limited run of 24 units you sure were missing out if you didn't get your hands on one. Ever wondered what life would be like with a high-performance off-roader? This is your chance to own one of 24 rare beasts with this 2020 Jeep Gladiator Hennessey Maximus we have today. With just 3,400 miles on the clock, you sure get exclusivity and performance.
The Wagoneer is a prime example of an advanced luxury 4x4 from the early ’60s and ’70s. It was created as a response to competition from the ‘big three’ swooping in on Jeep’s four-wheel-drive market. The Wagoneer began production in 1964 and was a replacement to the Willy’s Jeep Station Wagon. Unlike its competitors, the Wagoneer’s luxury is what made it stand out. The example featured is a 79 model that has been given a complete make-over and is up for grabs for someone looking for a little vintage 4x4 luxury.
Here, you're looking at the first ever mass-produced four-wheel drive vehicle worldwide. The Jeep CJ was pioneered as a rugged military vehicle during World War II, so much so that it was the inspiration behind many iconic off-roaders we see today. However, the CJ was small and compact when it first came out, and it took 32 years before we finally saw a fully-fledged CJ-7. Overall, the Jeep CJ-7 is a classic SUV that is well-loved by both off-road enthusiasts and collectors alike, and it remains a popular choice for those who want a vehicle that can handle tough terrain and provide a unique driving experience.
Jeep has been in the business of producing amazing 4x4 vehicles since World War II. Their vehicle's capabilities are legendary, so much so that certain parts of the world call all SUVs as Jeeps. Jeep's most popular model is the Wrangler, it's the direct successor of the Jeep CJ. The Wrangler was introduced in 1986 and is still going strong in its fourth generation. Up for grabs is a 2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon with a host of upgrades and 99,000 miles on the odometer.
When venturing deeper and beyond the unknown, your weapon of choice to tackle the obstacles you will face makes a big difference. The vehicle we have today laughs in the face of tough motoring on or off the road and comes in the shape of this 2023 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 392 4WD we have today. With a reported 1,500 miles on the clock, this near-factory fresh example cuts down on the wait time and gets you behind the wheel of an American legend.
The 2022 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited High Altitude 4XE is a beast of a vehicle with a rich history and a reputation for tackling just about any terrain. But it is more than just a means of transportation - it's a lifestyle. From its iconic design to its go-anywhere capabilities, this vehicle has long been a symbol of adventure and freedom. This SUV is the ultimate combination of ruggedness and modernity, with a cutting-edge hybrid engine that delivers power and efficiency. With just 7,400 miles on its clock, the 2022 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited High Altitude presented here is practically brand new and boasts roughly $12k in mods with associated receipts. So if you're looking for a reliable modern-day trailblazer, the 2022 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited High Altitude 4XE is definitely worth checking out.
The Wrangler has come a long way since its initial production in 1986. Once considered a compact SUV inspired by the grandfather CJs ruled the second world war, the Wrangler progressed into a respected entity in the off-road game. As we all might have witnessed, the Wrangler's unique characteristics make it a true favorite for SUV enthusiasts who like to personalize their vehicles. This 2010 Jeep Wrangler is the perfect representation of that statement. The car has gone through a complete conversion that the current owner reports were done by Auto Pros. If you want a Jeep Wrangler that turns heads, you're in the right place.
The Grand Cherokee, a big player in the Jeep world, is one of their greatest hits. Production of these vehicles dates back to 1992, and the Grand Cherokee was always grand; it was Jeep's unibody heartthrob, and the fourth generation SRT-8, as featured here, was given a little more than a boost in its power. Speaking of which, this 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT-8 is looking for a brand-new owner.
Turn back the clock to 2019 and among all the EV news and performance record breaking Jeep decided to break the internet with the release of the Gladiator. What customers got was a pick-up truck from Jeep and the internet couldn’t stop raving about it. It didn’t take long for people to start customizing their very own Jeep Gladiators and this gave way to many aftermarket shops providing their services in sprucing up your brand new Gladiator. Amongst heavy competition Soflo Customs stands out with their custom builds and features, built to high quality standards decking your Jeep Gladiator through them meant you meant business. The 2021 Jeep Gladiator Custom we have today is a mix of Jeep’s golden standard and custom features done right by Soflo. With 39,000 miles on the clock, its time you hit the off road trails hard an in style.
The humble SUV has come a long way since its inception, while you get great performance and luxury that is unmatched. The golden years sure were when the SUV market started to take shape. Back in the day you could have one, either with performance or luxury but some rare cases enabled car buyers to experience the best of both worlds. One vehicle in particular did this really well. The Jeep Wagoneer marque boasted comfort like no other, reliability to get you through the day and a little bit of performance when you need some spicing up. Take a look at this lovely 1986 Jeep Wagoneer Limited we have today for instance, you get all that Wagoneer goodness, just a reported 67,769 miles on the clock and one neat way of sprucing up your driveway.
Introduced in 2006, the JK generation of Wrangler was the third generation of the nameplate, which itself can trace its origins to the CJ-7 of the 1980s. One of the most iconic nameplates in Jeep’s line-up, the JK Wrangler was offered as a two or four-door convertible or hardtop SUV. This 2018 Jeep Wrangler JK Unlimited Altitude 4x4 is an Altitude Edition 24L from the last year of production for the JK, before the JL took over that year, and comes to you with just 26,809 miles. If you’re looking for a no-nonsense SUV that can handle the rough stuff as well as regular school and office runs, it’s the ideal family vehicle from one of America’s most iconic manufacturers.
The recipe to build a Jeep is simple. Build an off-road machine that gets you where no one has been. The Jeep brand has come a long way since its utilitarian days and with the 2020 model Jeep was set to introduce a V8 back into its production lines. This, coupled with a lot more factors boosted the brand into automotive nirvana with even MotorTrend crowning the 2022 Wrangler Rubicon 392 its four-wheel SUV of the year. With a rich pedigree and performance like never before you really can’t go wrong driving off in this lovely 2022 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 392 we have today. With just 50 miles and a Customer Preferred Package 27X with a Trailer Tow Package ticked off, this future classic serves as a great investment and a true off-roading legend.
For well over 75 years, Jeep has stood the test of time and made a name for itself in the intervening years. Jeep introduced the Jeep Wrangler in 1986 as a successor to the revered WWII Jeep. The Jeep Wrangler is a compact, mid-size four-wheel drive off-road SUV intended for adventure and still comfortable being utilized in an urban area. Currently, on its fourth iteration, the Jeep Wrangler is a much sought-after off-road vehicle by many enthusiasts and collectors alike. Up for grabs is a very special 2006 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon with a Hemi engine and with just 32,519 miles on the clock.
Based on Jeep’s military CJ-7, the second-generation Wrangler, known also as the TJ, was first introduced in 1996. Unlike the original, the TJ had a few extra comfort options, but it was still very much a Wrangler. This 2000 Sahara edition is reported to have just 52,000 original miles on the road, and its record shows an extensive list of modifications that we will get into further into the discussion. What’s most important is that this stunning SUV is currently up for sale, and for any classic SUV enthusiast, this find is gold.
The Jeep Wrangler have been around since 1986 to grow into a world recognized nameplate, with a competitive attitude and as well as a great sense of humor. It arrives with a surprise beneath the hood for the 2021 model year. After almost four decades of dreading a V8 engine, Jeep took a leap and shoehorned just that in their new Wrangler Rubicon 392. This astute commercial plan only enthralled Jeep aficionados and boosted the Wrangler's allure. The Rubicon 392, being the Wrangler line's most rugged and range-topping model, undoubtedly deserves more oomph to set it apart from the rest. It won’t get better than this, for now. So, get your hands on this 2021 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 392 from Texas, which has logged less than 4,000 miles. It has all the bells and whistles for absolute road pleasure, and it has only scratched the surface of its full potential.
It doesn’t get more iconic than the Jeep, in every person's mind Jeep is known for the WWII Willys Jeep. The Jeep marque has changed hands many a time over the decades currently being in Chrysler's ownership since 1987. The Jeep Grand Cherokee is a mid-size SUV produced in 1992. At its introduction, the Grand Cherokee was known for its unibody chassis compared to other SUVs built with body-on-frame. The fourth-generation Grand Cherokee was produced from 2010 to 2022. Breaking all boundaries in how fast an SUV can go, Jeep introduced the SRT Trackhawk trim level an over the top performance model of the Grand Cherokee. A chance to own a beast of an SUV is now in sight with this 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Trackhawk with just 9,975 miles on the clock.
The muscle car market wasn't the only segment of the automotive industry bustling. With its Jeeps', International Scouts, and Toyota Land Cruiser, the SUV market was also booming. The increase in competition and demand was met by a unique model seeing the light of the day. One particular model is the Jeep Jeepster Commando of the 60s. Built-in four unique body trims, the one to have was the convertible. Driving one is undoubtedly an experience, so why not drive off in this lovely 1967 Jeep Jeepster Commando we have today. With a restoration job complete, this Jeep has a reported 64,000 miles on the clock in total, working out to 61,720 at purchase, and just 2,646 miles run after the restoration. What's better? The seller notes that all receipts and restoration documentation are also available.
A well-regarded model from Jeep is the Jeep Commando, a pickup produced from 1967 to 1973. While initially it was known as the Jeepster Commando, eventually it was changed to Jeep Commando. The Commando was created to compete with the likes of the Broncos and Scouts. During 1972 and 1973, Jeep made many an excellent change to the venerable Commando, and it was the last two years of the Commando as well. A rare chance to own one of these iconic models is at hand with this 1973 Jeep Commando in topping condition. It comes with just 19,724 miles on the odometer, which is less than 500 miles driven per year since its manufacture!
2020 was an eventful year in the motoring world, for starters Jeep announced the Jeep Gladiator Launch Edition. 4,190 units of this special edition were sold out within a day. Tracking back with a brief history lesson, Jeep was first introduced in 1943 by Willys MB, which was used during the second world war and thereafter. Jeeps were known for their ease of use and their rugged capabilities. Down the line, the Jeep marque exchanged various hands until it landed in Chrysler's hands in 1987, and now with Stellantis. Why not own one of those 4,190 units made, with this 2020 Jeep Gladiator Launch Edition that comes with some very tasty upgrades, and just 14,000 miles on the clock.
With the current SUV war in full swing, it’s important to look back and understand how it all started. Back in the early 60s the Jeep Wagoneer was set to be released, and started the full-sized SUV segment. The models following it revolutionized and set the bar high for its competitors. The jeep standard was very high; you got the perfect mix of luxury and performance. Take a look at this 1989 Jeep Wagoneer Limited for example. With just 41,000 original miles reported, a rare factory fresh example is waiting for its new owner.
Jeep’s Wrangler nameplate is a renowned one in off-road circles, not just in the USA but many countries across the globe. Produced since 1987, the Wrangler is now on its fourth generation. What we’ve got here, however, is a third-generation (JK-series) 2016 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon AEV Conversion that’s somewhat of a special thing. The story goes that since 2012, American Expedition Vehicles (AEV) offered a double-cab pickup variant of the Jeep Wrangler, called the ‘Brute’. It was inspired by the pickup truck variant of the Land Rover Defender 130. The Brute’s wheelbase is 139 inches, and the overall vehicle stretches to 216 inches. Only four years of production ensued, before the Brute retired. Here’s a Brute with just 38,600 miles on it, from New York. If a Wrangler has been your lusting, why not go for something just a little out-of-the-ordinary?
The SUV market is in overdrive with what's being released. Ford released the iconic Bronco and is taking the automotive world by storm with its trim options and classic styling but on the other side of the tracks, the folks over at Jeep sure shocked the automotive world with the release of the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392. Whilst you got the same looks as a top spec JL Jeep Wrangler what lies under the hood was something that Jeep has not done in over 25 years. With its aggressive styling cues and its go anywhere attitude this 2021 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 392 is something you need in your life. Located in Missouri and with just 450 miles on the clock this beast of a vehicle is one way to travel in style be it cruising down the highway or tackling the toughest terrain.
When you think of Jeep an image of the great American brand comes to mind. Conquering everything in its path and happily chugging along a good 50 years after they were made. The design of the original Jeep was built out of the need to create a civilian version of the rugged World War II military Jeep and in 1944 the folks over at Willys-Overland came up with the first Jeep CJ short for Civilian Jeep. The Jeep brand was so influential and important in automotive history that people to this day refer to any off-roader or SUV as a jeep and is now regarded as one of the most successful utility vehicles ever made. During its 42 year production run many different models were to come, each adapted to their times and giving customers a rugged and go-anywhere vehicle that they can truly depend on. Here’s a 1983 Jeep CJ7 for sale. Located in Colorado this one owner is reported to be a garage kept example but is also no garage queen with a reported 185,000 miles on the clock, which have been enjoyed the way they should be, going places. What’s even better? All maintenance records are included in the sale.
Picture the scene. It’s a battlefield, and in the midst of it all comes a Jeep steadily powering through the toughest of terrain and ensuring soldiers get to their destination. To this day, the mere mention of Jeep creates a perception of rugged, rough and go anywhere attitude but in recent times this is all starting to change with their Trackhawk models. With a Trackhawk you wouldn’t have to give up high speed and crazy performance for practicality. Why not set blistering 0 to 60 times and cruise with family in this 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk we have for sale right now? It’s located in Florida, has just 21,638 miles on the clock and is a high-performance SUV you might not want to miss out on.
Jeep’s Wrangler is a range of compact and mid-sized four-wheeled drive SUVs that were designed to specialize in off-roading since 1986. Although no clear-cut evidence exists, it is widely believed that the Wrangler’s DNA is the same of that from the World War II Jeep. The third-generation Wrangler was introduced in 2006 and was available in a longer wheelbase, four-door option called the Wrangler unlimited, just like the one featured here. As the visuals reveal, this 2015 Jeep Wrangler Sport 4x4 has been modified extensively to improve its off-road performance and overall driving experience. The vehicle currently sits in Florida and is up for sale with 32,000 miles on the road.
Jeep’s popular Wrangler model first saw the light of day way back in 1987 as a compact (two-door) and midsize (four-door) four-wheel-drive off-road SUV. It’s iconic style and unique features have continued on to the Wrangler of 2021 as well. This is a first-generation 1989 Jeep Wrangler 350ci LT-1 that we have on sale, from Maryland with 51,945 miles on its wheels. It’s got some nice upgrades on it and will be a fine partner for your off-roading adventures as well as on-road escapades.
The Jeep brand was launched in 1945 and quickly gained popularity. Jeep started as the choice of the United States armed forces and many of its allies during World War 2. They were able to take troops places where not much else could. The term "Jeep" is now widely used to describe SUVs due to the sheer popularity back in the early 1950s. Consequently, the Jeep brand is now one of the oldest mass-produced four-wheel-drive vehicles out there. The Jeep Wrangler is closely related to the original Willies Jeep and is quite possibly the most well-known modern Jeep on sale today. It has been produced most notably as a compact and mid-size SUV available as a two-door and a four-door 4x4 off-road SUV. The Wrangler nameplate came into being in 1986 and is currently on its fourth generation, with the most recent gen, the Wrangler JL. Up for sale today is a 2-door adult-owned 2012 Jeep Wrangler with just 20,600 miles on the clock.
The first generation Wangler was a small off-road vehicle that made its debut in 1986 as the replacement for Jeep’s CJ series. Although the Wrangler did inherit some of its genes from the CJ-7, most of its design focused on offering a new experience, including an updated interior for more comfort, improved safety features, and a revised chassis for better handling and on-road drivability. These changes were made in an attempt to attract more daily drivers. Up for sale is a beautiful 1993 Jeep Wrangler Sahara that can be seen in Florida with nothing more than 500 miles on its new motor.
The 2018 Jeep Wrangler, the fourth Iteration of its name, is a no-nonsense off-road vehicle for those who want to ditch the asphalt & rough it out on a dirt trail. The 2018 Wrangler brought a fresh look to the tried & tested series while remaining distinctly Jeep. With an updated & modernized interior, this vehicle is a popular choice among outdoor enthusiasts. What we have available is a 2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport 4x4 trim, with all the bells & whistles that it entails and more. Though this is one of the best vehicles for off-roading, it doesn’t mean that it can’t be used to get groceries from the nearest Walmart, with comfort and refinement greatly improved over previous models. Our subject car features some tasty additions, including a dealer-installed lift and some great visual, performance, and audio upgrades.
The new Gladiator was the first pickup truck to be released by Jeep in almost thirty years, where the original Gladiator ceased production in 1992. This new-age Gladiator started rolling out of the factory in the Spring of 2019 and is based on the same platform as the Wrangler JL. The new Gladiator is an aggressive-looking and capable off-roader that comes in a variety of exterior modifications that enable it to feel at home in different types of terrain, as well as have a considerable towing capacity. The Mojave trim featured here is the first-ever ‘Desert-Rated’ Jeep in existence and has been given an extensive list of modifications, making it the ultimate off-road machine.
The Wagoneer appeared in the automotive world seven years before the Range Rover arguably setting the trend for premium SUVs. This luxury off-roader debuted in 1962 and was produced until 1991. However, the 1987-1991 Wagoneer model years were known as the "best of the breed" as they were built after Chrysler acquired the American Motors Corporation. Belonging to this period, our subject 1990 Jeep Grand Wagoneer, has also undergone a professional restoration performed by Wagon Masters in Texas. The modifications make it one of the most unique Grand Wagoneers you can lay your eyes on. This highly sought-after luxury SUV has just 72,612 miles on its clock and is located in South Carolina.
The Jeep Grand Wagoneer may not be the most well-known classic SUV, but with dollops of character, and a luxury off-road design that predates even the Range Rover, it certainly deserves its time in the spotlight. Jeep initially offered the Wagoneer in the 1960s, with the design staying largely the same throughout production. Although Jeep then went through several different owners, the Wagoneer stuck around with subtle upgrades over time, culminating in the Grand Wagoneer you see today. This 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer embodies the luxury, car-like theme that was intended—resulting in a period-correct interpretation of one of America’s forgotten classics.
If you’re on the lookout for an imposing rendition of the 2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon, this modified example could fit the bill. The Gladiator—unveiled as the first Jeep pickup truck since 1992—is based on the much-loved architecture of the JL Jeep Wrangler. This Overland edition has been upgraded since purchase, most notably with a set of oversized wheels and tires. With just 2000 miles, this unique 2020 Jeep Gladiator could present itself as the perfect opportunity of owning a stunning pre-owned example.
The back-bone of Jeep’s line-up, the Wrangler is one of the most familiar forms of off-roader to be found. It’s also one of the most commonly modified; with an abundance of aftermarket parts available to make any Wrangler specialized to any task, an entire industry has spawned to customize the Wrangler into something significantly different and, in many cases, improved upon. Our subject car, a 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon, is one such vehicle. It originally started life as a decked-out AEV JL350. AEV—otherwise known as American Expedition Vehicles—treat each Wrangler to a host of upgrades, although this particular Jeep has since seen most of these parts removed or replaced. What remains, though, is the 6.4-liter Hemi engine swap. With up to 470hp and 470lb-ft of torque, this Wrangler is guaranteed to outrun all other contemporaries.
Possibly the Quintessential Jeep, the Wrangler is one model within their lineup that, throughout its production, holds fast to a set of design norms that keep it distinctly different from the rest. A name that has been around since the 80s, the Wrangler goes back to World War 2, with many design elements retained from the original Willies Jeep. Up for sale is a top-of-the-line 2019 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon. This off-roader has had a lot of money spent on it, evidenced by the choice range of optional extras and upgrades installed.
This 2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara is up for sale. Located in Cooper City, Florida, this Jeep comes heavily customized with various custom and hand-painted panels. The Jeep Wrangler started as a long-loved tribute to the original Jeep CJ-7. Today, despite having a more car-like and comfortable interior, the Jeep Wrangler retains its crown of being a no-nonsense alternative to the increasingly soft SUVs on offer today. This 2018 Jeep Wrangler is a perfect example of what can be achieved and has been customized into what many would consider to be a perfect head-turning off-road-capable vehicle.
The Wrangler is arguably one of the most well-known 4x4s in the market today. Production began back in 1986, with the Wrangler sharing DNA with the World War II military model Jeeps. The JL trim featured here is a fourth-generation Wrangler that has been heavily personalized with some choice upgrades. With just 45,000 miles traveled, the Wrangler is up for sale in Arkansas hosting a long list of custom features that makes it a real eye-catching beast on the road — or any other terrain you wish to push through.
Few SUVs can offer the kind of power, poise, and performance that you get from the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk. As the name implies, it’s designed for track-going antics—somewhat surprising considering the sheer weight and size of the regular Grand Cherokee. Nevertheless, the Trackhawk exists and has been praised internationally as one of the most enjoyable and well-equipped performance-SUVs on sale. It remains the most powerful Grand Cherokee that Jeep has ever offered. This 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, with 20,500 miles, is a great pre-owned option with a clean Carfax report and a few choice upgrades performed by the previous owner.
If you’re in the market for a 2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon this pre-modified example is just what you’re looking for. Launched as the first Jeep pickup truck since 1992, the Gladiator is based on the much-loved JL Jeep Wrangler platform. Being a Rubicon, this Jeep Gladiator was set-up for extreme off-roading. But with just under 14,000 miles, this lovingly upgraded Gladiator Rubicon has been treated to a host of modifications that enhance virtually every aspect of the off-road Jeep experience.
This 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer is restored and ready for that big family trip. Jeep’s classic styling and massive sightlines make this a viable daily driver. The Wagoneer was introduced in 1962 for the then-ailing luxury 4x4 niche and completely revitalized it. The secret to the Wagoneer’s success? It was a 4-wheel drive SUV that sat on a pickup truck’s chassis and drove like a compact car. This ease of handling makes it ideal for anyone looking for something a little different to take the kids to soccer practice in.
Though it has rarely left pavement, this 2015 Jeep Wrangler Sport 4WD has been extensively modified with a functional off-road aesthetic. From its aggressive tires and high-clearance bumpers to its improved driveline with air lockers and Fox suspension components, this JK Wrangler is equally at home cruising the Florida coast and clawing its way down muddy backwoods trails. The exterior, interior, and upgrades show minimal signs of wear, but you don’t have to keep it that way. This Wrangler Sport 4x4 is being offered on consignment with a clean title, a clean Carfax, and 42,800 miles at the time of listing.
The final year of the JK generation, this 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited has been extensively customized with a luxury on-road aesthetic. Among the highlights are quilted red leather upholstery and a flush-mounted Android tablet, a custom-painted hardtop to match the factory Bright White finish, and a multitude of bolt-on exterior modifications in a red and white color scheme. Showing 1,878 miles at the time of listing, this Wrangler Unlimited is being sold through Exotic Car Trader’s consignment program with a clean title and a clean Carfax.
Extensively enhanced by customization house South Florida Jeeps, this 2020 Jeep Gladiator Sport 4x4 has covered just 1,476 miles since new and retains its original factory warranties as detailed below. SoFlo’s modifications began with a 4-part Epoxy Blend with interwoven Kevlar fibers, a durable and maintenance-free finish covered by SoFlo’s own 3-year warranty. Additionally, a custom interior was upholstered in marine-grade Saddle leather. This 2020 Jeep Gladiator is listed on consignment through Exotic Car Trader to be sold with a clean title and a clean Carfax.
Finished in gloss white over Cordovan upholstery, this 1988 Jeep Grand Wagoneer benefits from recent maintenance including new tires, new fluids, and a rebuilt carburetor. An unrestored Florida truck with no notable rust or damage, it was given a repaint about a decade ago and the original wood vinyl is believed to have been preserved. Around that time, a lift kit and dual exhaust were installed and the original wheels were refinished. Now showing just over 173,000 miles, this SJ Wagoneer is now offered for sale from the Exotic Car Trader inventory with maintenance records, a clean Florida title, and a clean Carfax.
Powered by the same 6.2-liter, 707-horsepower Hemi V8 as the Dodge Challenger Hellcat, the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is one of the most potent SUVs ever built. This all black Trackhawk sports a slew of performance upgrades including a tune, exhaust, intake, and other modifications as described below. It is being offered for sale from the Exotic Car Trader collection with just under 9,400 miles, a clean title, and a clean Carfax.
This 2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon is finished in Bright White over black leather. Motive power comes from a 6.2-liter V8 Hellcat engine mated to a Hellcat eight-speed automatic transmission. Extensive modifications were performed by America’s Most Wanted 4x4 in Holly, Michigan when the truck was brand new. This Hellcat swapped Gladiator now shows under 3,000 miles and is being offered by the seller on consignment. This was the fourth Hellcat Gladiator swap completed by America’s Most Wanted 4x4 in Holly, Michigan with a focus on creating a reliable daily driver. As such, all systems are functional. Stock off-roading components include Dana 44 axles, skid plates, tow hooks, and switchable four-wheel drive. Driver aides include locking differentials and an electronically activated front sway bar. In true Jeep fashion, the 2020 Jeep Gladiator sports a removable top and doors.