2015 Jeep Wrangler
2015 Jeep Wrangler
|Mileage Indicated||42 213 km|
|Engine||3.6L V6 Supercharged|
|Wheels||17 Inch Beadlocks|
The Jeep Wrangler stands as a series of compact and mid-size, four-wheel drive off-road SUVs, crafted by the American automaker since 1986. Currently, it proudly stands in its fourth generation.
Unveiled in late 2017 for the 2018 model year, the fourth-generation Wrangler, known as the JL, boasts remarkable features. It houses the Pentastar V6 engine, an ingeniously redesigned 8-speed automatic transmission, a conveniently fold-flat windshield, innovative zipperless soft tops, blind-spot monitoring, a backup camera, and a contemporary interior.
One standout example, aptly named “Beast,” truly encapsulates the audacious essence of this vehicle. Articles have lauded the prowess of this particular Wrangler. If you seek the ultimate off-road experience and aspire to be the center of attention, then undoubtedly, this is the vehicle for you.
Enumerating every modification made to this Wrangler would be an exhaustive task, but here’s a teaser:
Equipped with a TeraFlex six-inch Elite LCG Long Flexarm lift kit along with 9550 shock absorbers, it features two Dana 60 axles enhanced with ARB air lockers and a new 5.38 gear ratio. An upgraded steering stabilizer, KMC Machete 17-inch bead-lock rims embraced by massive 40-inch Cooper Discoverer STT Pro tires pave the way for limitless exploration. Additionally, a comprehensive tire pressure-monitoring system, high-performance free-flow exhaust, and an extended-range fuel tank elevate its capabilities.
Cosmetic enhancements are equally striking, including a new bonnet, grille, top-tier JW Speaker LED lights, a compact bull bar housing a Warn winch, a concise rear bar accompanied by a spare wheel carrier, and a prominent LED light bar. Inside the cabin, a dual-battery system intertwined with rooftop solar panels, an upscale Rockford Fosgate sound system, and a sPOD power management system redefine comfort and convenience. The cabin’s aesthetics have been thoughtfully color-coordinated, featuring subtle touches of yellow accents.
Originally a standard Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited with the 3.6L V6 engine, this vehicle now embodies its moniker “Beast” with pride. Its odometer records 42,213 km, and it’s ready for immediate ownership.
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