213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 2004 Jeep Wrangler is the proof that a modern Jeep really get the formula right. It still retains all the usual Jeep ruggedness, 4x4 drivetrain, classic squared-off bodywork, round headlights, and even adaptability for nice upgrades. But this low mileage modern classic proves why later models are the best with plenty of modern comforts - including fuel-injection and A/C. So on or off road, this is the tool of choice.
While all Wranglers are "Trail Rated," this one's body doesn't look like there have been many hard days off the beaten path. In fact, averaging 1,300 miles annually tells you this one has seen less service than many others. The factory black paint isn't perfect, so you won't think twice about having some fun when the time is right. And at the end of the day, it still shines up nicely down the side to keep this one looking good. The black fenders and crisp-looking folding roof are all part of a midnight package. Plus, all this darkness is a nice backdrop for well-done shining upgrades. Some pieces highlight the iconic Jeep style, like the seven-bar grille. Other upgrades are about extra ability with the upgraded meaty wheels, handy full-size spare, tubular side steps, tubular rear bumper with trailer hitch, and tubular front bumper with brush guard and spot lights. So in total, this is a Wrangler that looks like it hasn't spent it's life on the trail, but it has the upgrades already in place for when you feel like really getting out there.
While early Jeeps give you a minimalist setup, this modern one is comfortable enough to drive every day. The high-back bucket seats are all-day comfortable, and the factory fabric looks terrific because it's still protected by a cover. You get a ton of terrific features, like dual airbags, a tilt steering column, cup holder center console, insulated half-doors, and a factory AM/FM/CD stereo. And these were built with ice-cold modern R134a air conditioning and plenty of vents. So you really get to stay comfy even when the full top is off. A full roll cage has been part of the Jeep spec sheet for decades, but this modern one takes advantage of a better design. It's not only a reassuring presence off-road, but also it incorporated nice features like thick padding and stereo speakers.
The 4.0-liter inline-six was a Jeep mainstay for many years. It's quite energetic in the relatively lightweight Wrangler and its reliability can't be beat. You can tell by the ultra-clean pictures that this Jeep has led a nice life. Fuel injection and other advances mean that it starts easily and idles well. Plus, it makes the kind of power where doesn't ever complain about slogging through the rough stuff in 4x4 low range. Of course, the extra suspension lift and upgraded 33-inch Procomp tires help with this ability. And no matter if you're on the street or trail, you'll welcome the driving experience provides by power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and the control of a five-speed manual transmission.
Complete with owner's manual packet, this Wrangler is an affordable package that can keep you smiling on AND off the road in any weather. Call today!!!
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