Jeep: Wrangler Sport Utility 4-dr on 2040-cars
Lenexa, Kansas, United States
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This Jeep Wrangler has been my baby for the last 3 years. I thought I would have owned it forever, but with a newborn on the way the wife cant get up into the jeep any longer and its simply not practical for our family. This is a Florida car. I recently moved up to Boston, but this car has never seen a winter. I have a Tahoe I recently purchased so the Jeep is sitting in the garage until sold. The upgrades as you can see are about 10k in value. The upgrades include3.5 Lift35 TOYO TiresFront BumperSteel Side RailsTail Light Cages In February of 2016 the jeep underwent major service.Engine Replaced with NEW (NOT REFURBISHED) ENGINE from Chrysler Jeep (this cost 6k)The new engine has a 1 year warranty and less than 12k miles on it.Front bearings were replacedNew Lifter Arm(receipts to show all work performed are in the listing)Current ConditionDrives up to 100 miles per hour on the highway without it feeling like its going to flip, etc. Great liftTop is in good condition. No holes, tears etc. Starts immediately. Feels solid in and out. Always dependable and an extreme head turnerNormal wear and tear on the inside of the vehicle.Small dent near the drivers door on the front driver fender as shown. Front bumper has minor rust on one small pocket. Will not spread to the rest of the bumper and isnt noticeable unless you are standing over the passenger left corner.
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Auto blogWed, 15 Oct 2014
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is hauling a multitude of modified models to the annual SEMA show in Las Vegas this November, and the company is releasing the first teasing sketches of many of them.
Unfortunately, FCA isn't giving many solid details on any of the concepts other than saying the vehicles from Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram and Fiat all benefit from tuning from its Mopar performance brand. The teaser photos include a sinister-looking Chrysler 200S, Fiat 500 Abarth with two-tone paint and a scorpion on the hood, a red and black 500L, seemingly two different takes on the Jeep Renegade, a green Dodge Challenger wearing the T/A badge, an orange and black Dart, a very neon Charger, just the outline of a red and black Viper, a Ram ProMaster in Mopar livery and a Ram pickup called the Outdoorsman.
Take a look through the gallery to see what you think of the sketches for these concepts, and scroll down for the full announcement from FCA.
The headlines are still rolling in for the new Renegade that Jeep unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show last week, but already reports are surfacing, citing sources within the company, about what Chrysler's iconic off-road brand will do next.
Speaking with Auto Express (whose reports we tend to take with a grain of salt or two), Jeep chief Mike Manley suggested that two courses of action are currently under consideration at Auburn Hills to develop two very different new models - one smaller and one larger than anything Jeep currently makes.
One plan would be to make an SUV or crossover even smaller than the new Renegade, although it isn't immediately clear what platform it would take. The Renegade (pictured above in Trailhawk spec) will be built in Italy alongside Fiat's upcoming 500X, but uses a heavily modified platform. We figure the smaller model, if approved, could base itself on the new Fiat Panda Cross.
During the Fiat-Chrysler briefings on Tuesday, Reid Bigland, head of Ram Trucks, outlined the new product plans for his brand, including confirmation that an all-new light-duty Ram 1500 will launch in 2017. From there, discussions spun off in two directions, with the main questions being: will Ram build a midsize pickup? And, following Ford's move to extensively use aluminum in its new 2015 F-150, will Chrysler be using this weight-saving material for the next round of its fullsize truck, as well?
"I think there is room for a Ram 1000," Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne (pictured above) told members of the media, saying this is a conversation the automaker has been having internally for several years now. "We've tried this ... we've actually taken it to clinics," Marchionne stated, adding that the "response has been lukewarm."
"I have better use of aluminum in this house than a pickup truck." - Sergio Marchionne