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What this 2012 Jeep Wrangler Sahara Unlimited represents is the best in stout Jeep off-roading, enhanced by a list of well-chosen upgrades, including a fresher crate. So if you've wanted to live your life at the intersection of true comfort and exceptional ability, this is the one to take you there.
A modern Wrangler has style to go with its ruggedness. So not only is this a factory black 4x4, but also the fenders are color-matched. So are optional pieces such as the full hard doors and full hardtop. When they are in place, this looks like a four-door SUV with a clean but carefree style ready for everyday use. And there are even nice details like the tow hitch, fog lights, and running boards. But there's also a wild side to this one. The lifted suspension showcases the 17-inch Fuel bead lock wheels done in a bold red - including a full-size spare. So this one instantly announces that roads are for those who haven't used their imagination today.
The modern Jeep's hardtop comes out in three pieces, so you can have the option of a huge sunroof. Plus, like any good Jeep, you go without any roof or doors. So you have a ton of options on how you want to run with this every day. A modern Jeep also means you get a level of comfort that isn't found in legends like the CJ. As an upper-level Sahara trim, this is loaded with the best features, like power windows, power locks, dual front airbags, anti-lock brakes, cruise control, and a full AM/FM/XM infotainment touchscreen that runs the stereo, Bluetooth, and navigation system. And factory cold-blowing air conditioning is one of the best features around to keep you comfortable even when open to the world.
Under the hood is Chrysler's 3.6-liter V6 fuel-injected Pentastar engine. Not only is this a great modern motor, but you're looking at a fresher Jasper crate engine installed about 30k miles ago. So while the odometer represents this Jeep's full actual mileage, it really is running with plenty of investment in fresher fundamentals. That's why it also has newer pieces like the front driveshaft, starter, battery, camshaft position sensor, and front steering components. You'll even spot an upgrade to a Rubicon Express 3.5-inch lift and suspension components. It's a true off-roader with a two-speed 4x4 transfer case, hill descent control, and newer BF Goodrich All-Terrain KM3 tires. Plus, five-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and four-wheel power disc brakes make it a solid cruiser, too.
Complete with maintenance records, this is the Jeep that's upgraded for even more go-anywhere versatility, and yet, it never loses all the best comforts you get from a modern machine. So if you love doing it all in comfort and style, don't miss this deal. Call today!!!
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